Lean Startup 101 for Everyone

The intersection of students & startups is a really happy place for me and so it’s been awesome that I’ve gotten to teach students about how to do startups at four (!) different universities over the last 4 weeks (yes, it’s been a whirlwind!). MIT, Harvard, London Business School and Northeastern. Developers, designers, business students, scientists, engineers – all  coming together around the excitement of creating their own startups.

To celebrate, I decided it was about time to create some new content – including this new Lean Startup 101 that I presented at Northeastern Entrepreneur Club’s Husky Startup Challenge this weekend – which was a ton of fun!

Here are the slides (and there’s a video of the presentation below):


And here’s a video of the presentation:



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5 responses to “Lean Startup 101 for Everyone”

  1. Love your blog! Thanx for the post!

  2. chadholdorf Avatar
    chadholdorf

    Great stuff. Thank you for the video and slides. It really keeps me thinking.
    Maybe my only question is, I keep seeing – Startups are NOT small versions of large organizations. While I agree with your point, I feel like many programs we run are like a startup. No one has ever done it. I think you can take Lean Canvas and apply it to a risky program and achieve better results using an easier process. That’s my experiment I’m running. Would love to hear your thoughts.

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