Last year in our Playing Lean expert webinar we dived deep into professionalizing lean innovation in the company and what conditions are needed to be set up to achieve it.

We were joined by Esther Gons, the author of The Corporate Startup , winner of the 2019 Golden Axiom Business…


Last year, the dreadful 2020, although full of uncertainty, for us was a chance to bring some light to our community with quality webinars, hosting some of the best practitioners in the world to discuss innovation.

One of those practitioners is Mohamad Mahdi , a certified Playing Lean facilitator and…


In this blog post, we will dive into our past Playing Lean Expert webinar with Sean Buckland in which he introduced two simple and effective ways to help you keep your eyes wide open to finding the right problem to solve: 9 Windows and Problem Explorer.

Sean’s thirty-year career includes…


Pivoting and iterating is an essential part of Lean Startup. You are probably already very well acquainted with what a pivot means and what it brings.

A pivot is a change in strategy, often necessary to realise the full potential of a vision and par for the course. …


In Playing Lean, teams can add new features to their products. That is not so surprising, perhaps. Players are more surprised to see that they also have the option to remove features. In fact, the most frequent question from players is this one:

Why would I ever want to remove…


If you ever watched the hit-series Silicon Valley, you may remember one of the early episodes when the series’ main startup Pied Piper got their algorithm stolen, or as they called it — they got brain raped.

Actually, throughout the series several companies tried to steal their algorithm, and…


In one of our Playing Lean expert webinars we had the pleasure of having Cris Beswick as our guest speaker, an advisor to some of the world’s most successful companies, to hear his thoughts on innovation, leadership, culture and strategy. …


Our goal with the Playing Lean expert webinar series is to invite the best practitioners so they can share their knowledge and wisdom on innovation, leadership and culture, and maybe inspire and help you in your professional and personal growth.

This is why the perfect guest to start off our…


Sidecar was a US-based ride-sharing company founded in 2011 by three entrepreneurs, that later pivoted to providing mostly delivery services . Although they were early-movers and pioneers in introducing new features, their competitors beat them in the race for the ride-sharing market.

In the ride-sharing market they were always far…


Since experimentation is the key to learning cheap and fast, we made it a fundamental component of Playing Lean.

But how does one experiment?

One of the five principles of Lean Startup is the Build — Measure — Learn loop. In order to design an effective experiment you have to…

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