Eric Ries defines a startup as a human institution designed to create a product or service under conditions of extreme uncertainty. Well, between Brexit and the Trump administration, to name two biggies, you dont get more uncertain conditions than our current global political climate.
Lets come together with innovative practitioners across industries (such as fintech, cleantech, Lean Impact, Lean enterprise) and discuss how we go from feeling immobile and ill-prepared for these massive changes to moving forward from a position of strength using proven strategies such as Lean Startup.
Let’s leave all the tech jargon and theoretical conference talk behind and really dig into the practical ways our organizations can continuously adapt and innovate for the long term through techniques validated in environments of extreme uncertainty—such as Lean UX, Lean Governance, and Lean Scale-Up. Well share the real stories of our successes and failures in these areas.
On June 13-14, well gather at the London Stock Exchange and Here East to bring together startup ecosystems, enterprise innovators, and Lean Startup coaches from around the world to network and share strategies that help us all navigate these choppy political and economic waters with greater confidence.
Attendees of the London Summit get an extra bonus: a special pre-publication edition Eric Ries’ latest book, "The Startup Way," which focuses on the implementation of Lean Startup techniques inside large companies. The book won’t be available to the public until October, but London attendees will receive a special early conference edition of the uncorrected paperback proof, being printed especially for you this summer! Attendees will also receive the hardcover book in the fall.