Steve Blank

The father of the Lean Startup movement

The serial entrepreneur turned university professor on how corporations can beat startups at their own game, encode continuous innovation in their DNA and count of their technology leaders for survival strategies.

  • Countering the ‘unfair’ advantages of startups

    Countering the ‘unfair’ advantages of startups

    Steve Blank, co-creator of the Lean Startup movement, serial tech entrepreneur and lecturer at Stanford and Columbia Universities, shares a blueprint of how enterprises can take on — and beat — disruptive startups at their own game.
  • How the Lean Startup movement transformed the delivery of innovation

    How the Lean Startup movement transformed the delivery of innovation

    Steve Blank co-created the Lean Startup methodology with his former UC Berkeley student (now bestselling author) Eric Ries and business model design guru Alex Osterwalder. He shares his thoughts on why the approach has become the playbook for tens of thousands of young tech companies.

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