Risk Modeling for Lean Startup Teams — Sam McAfee
Lean Startup is all about innovation. And innovation is risky by its nature. While Lean Startup methods are praised for supporting rapid feedback from customers through experiments, it is sometimes criticized for not being quantitative enough in its methods. Fortunately it is possible to quantitatively account for risk while executing the now famous “build measure learn” loop with teams.
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The key to understanding lean thinking is that it is primarily a human system. It’s easy to focus on specific practices and techniques such as kanban, but unless all people in your organization cultivate the right mindset, you’ll never be able to optimize the end-to-end processes to improve results at the organizational level.