Applied Lean Startup Practices - 202
The Lean Startup methodology is an approach to building new businesses rooted in the belief that entrepreneurs must investigate, experiment, test, and iterate as they develop products. Unlike traditional startup approaches, lean startups move quickly, iterate often and continuously solicit feedback from their customers.
Applied Lean Startup Practices is a 6-week course exploring the topics that define lean startups and pulling knowledge from startup experts such as Eric Ries, Peter Thiel, Aaron Levie, and Reid Hoffman. The class will cover topics including, how to come up with ideas, how to get users/customers and grow, how to execute on sales and marketing, how to hire, how to raise money, how to build company culture, manage operations and more. All of these topic areas will rely on a build-measure-learn approach to make sure you find effective solutions quickly and inexpensively.
Lean Startup is a mindset and a methodology that is used across industries, sectors, and professions to solve problems and understand your customers. We welcome people from all backgrounds and encourage an open and engaged mindset!
The course is offered in both an instructor-led format and self-directed online. All course participants will have access to online resources pulled from Stanford, MIT, and Y Combinator. Instructor-led participants will be given weekly assignments that can be accessed through the online materials. The instructor-led class will convene Wednesday evenings to review and discuss the materials, illustrated with case studies and personal experiences.
Starting January 5 through February 9, the instructor-led course is 6 weeks in duration and offered on our virtual meeting platform. Online classes can be accessed and completed at any time.
Instructor Led Enrollment