This is post 11 in our 13-part Lean Startup Co. Education Program series. A curated collection of pieces designed to cover topics ranging from cross-functional teams, to embracing failure, complete with real-world stories from our diverse roster of clients and insights from our Lean Startup Co. Labs Faculty.

In this webcast we’ll discuss how large enterprises can make climate action a part of their core business, not just wishful thinking or feel-good philanthropy. Join Boris Grinkot of Paths to Action, and Heather McGough, Co-Founder of Lean Startup Co. to discuss how principles of Lean Startup, discovery, “can vs. should,” and human-centered design play a key role in aligning climate action with strategy and market success, and how Lean Startup practitioners can use their expertise and corporate leverage to become sustainability champions, and make climate action part of their “day job.”

Yesterday we shared a blog and a webcast about Lean Startup as a National Security Imperative. Rapid iterative experimentation followed by validated learning is not new to military organizations. Both the American Navy and the German Army used experimentation to gain the military advantage. 

If you seek to bring the entrepreneurial spirit to your large, complex organization, Lean Startup Company can help. We offer live and virtual training, coaching and consulting to empower people and companies to solve their own problems using entrepreneurial management, no matter their industry, size company, or sector of the economy. Email us.


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