Lean Startup methods are obviously applicable among young companies and teams that are looking to reduce uncertainty for new products. Once you’ve hit product-market fit, though, it’s tempting to shift out of the learning mode and focus fully on execution. But that invites a boom-and-bust cycle and prevents maturing organizations from finding steady sources of growth. In this webcast for advanced entrepreneurs, Eric Ries will talk with Palantir’s Ari Gesher and Shutterstock’s Wyatt Jenkins about the challenges of scaling a learning organization. Their discussion will be followed by live Q&A with the webcast attendees, so come with your questions in mind.

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