Lean15 Conference


“Zero-day hacks” or why startups should be more evil

10:40PM | Thursday, 8 October 2015 |  Startups need to be a bit more evil, according to prominent Canadian entrepreneur and Lean Analytics author Alistair Croll.

Target the big boys and give your product away: South Park-inspired tips for startups from Larry Lieberman

10:54PM | Wednesday, 7 October 2015 |  Prominent US tech CMO, entrepreneur and investor Larry Lieberman says he’s learned everything he knows from South Park.

How acting like a startup led to a NZ snack company being sold for $641 million

10:56PM | Tuesday, 6 October 2015 |  Griffin’s Food, New Zealand’s biggest snack food company, utilised lean startup methodologies to quickly and effectively launch a new product in China.

Don’t use downloads as a measure of success, app pioneer Cody Bunea says

10:51PM | Tuesday, 6 October 2015 |  Mobile app developers and businesses need to stop focusing on downloads as a measure of success and instead build something that people will want to use repeatedly.

Incentivise learning or get swept away, says Neo’s David Bland

10:35PM | Monday, 5 October 2015 |  Companies need to incentivise learning in all aspects of operation to avoid meeting the same fate as the likes of Blockbuster and Blackberry.

Running out of heart, not money, the cause of startup failure: Christina Wodtke

10:11PM | Monday, 5 October 2015 |  Silicon Valley startup consultant Christina Wodtke says she’s seen more startups fail because they’ve forgotten what’s important.