The Lean Innovation Book

A Translation of Lean Startup™ & Co. for Larger Organizations

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Benefits of the Book

There are three reasons why you should want to buy the book.

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Why Lean Innovation?


The book will show why the Lean Startup™ approach will set the future standard for innovation and innovation management.

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How to Innovate the Lean Way?


The book will show how to adapt and use the Lean Startup™ method when leading innovation from a corporate point of view.

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What to Pay Attention to?


Lean Innovation reduces waste and increases the success of innovation. However, it is not that easy. Therefore we provide the most important methods, tips and tricks.

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We Want You!

We are searching for interviewees who meet one of the following criteria:

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Wannabe Lean Innovators


Are you planning to use Lean Startup™ for the innovation process within your corporation? And are you unsure how to do it?

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Stuck Lean Innovators


Have you started to use Lean Startup™ for the innovation process within your corporation but are you having problems using and adapting it?

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Lean Innovation Experts


Have you successfully implemented Lean Startup™ as a process for innovation within your corporation? Are there any inspiring success stories?

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About the Author

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David Griesbach


David Griesbach works at the intersection of strategy, innovation and organizational transformation. With his consulting firm Griesbach Consulting he advises middle- and large-sized companies in these topics.

He is one of Europe’s pioneers in Lean Innovation methodologies and also lectures at the University of Applied Sciences Lucerne where he started Switzerland’s first comprehensive 12-week course on Lean Innovation and Lean Startup™ back in 2012.

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Top Nine Lean Startup™ Books to Read

We recommend buying and reading the following books:

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Lean Startup
(by Eric Ries)


This is the book that gave the movement its name. Learn about the iterative build-measure-learn cycle.

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Running Lean
(by Ash Maurya)


Using the highly valuable Lean Canvas. An important tool and step-by-step guide to iterate towards product-market-fit.

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The Startup Owner's Manual
(by Steve Blank and Bob Dorf)


A step-by-step guide for building a startup focusing on customer development. Steve was the lecturer of Eric and invented the idea behind Lean Startup™

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Business Model Generation
(by Alex Osterwalder)


The global standard for business model thinking. Important tool to structure your innovation hypotheses.

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Value Proposition Design
(by Alex Osterwalder)


Want to know why your customers should buy? Do it in a structured way using the Value Proposition Canvas.

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Lean Analytics
(by Alistair Croll and Benjamin Yoskovitz)


The international standard for defining the right metrics to know whether you are on track.

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Lean Customer Development
(by Cindy Alvarez)


An in-depth guide for conducting the very important but not so easy customer interviews.

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Lean B2B
(by Étienne Garbugli)


A well-written book about the specifics of Lean Startup™ in the B2B sector.

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The Lean Enterprise
(by Trevor Owens and Obie Fernandez)


A guide for large corporations to innovate outside of internal structures: to incubate, acquire or invest.

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