Summer is almost over. If you have been putting off reading “The Lean Startup” I have a time saving suggestion. If you have an hour and want to capture the gist I can recommend a good e-book summary for Lean Startup. If you have another hour I suggest a good summary for Four Steps.
E-Book Summary For Lean Startup by Steve Kim
|There are a number of e-book summaries for Lean Startup but by far the best is “The Lean Startup: An In-Depth Summary” by Steve Kim. This in depth summary runs about 1/6 of the length but captures the core insights of “The Lean Startup.” Read this if you want to extract the key points and the connections between them in the Lean Startup in less than an hour. Key concepts covered:
Entrepreneur’s Guide to Customer Development
|The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Customer Development: A cheat sheet to The Four Steps to the Epiphany by Brant Cooper and Patrick VlaskovitCovers the most useful portion of Four Steps: Customer Discovery. A number of well thought charts and diagrams that allows you to capture the actionable insights in less than an hour. I have to agree with John Shiple‘s assessment:
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