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Polis University as Lean Startup Innovation

Peter Nientied
2015 International Business Research  
This is an unusual perspective because the lean startup approach is widely used for new ventures in the technology sector.  ...  Based on the case study of a newly established university, it is concluded that this claim holds: the lean startup approach proves to be meaningful and relevant for understanding the rapid development  ...  Rob Reitsma for comments and to Prof. Besnik Aliaj, Sotir Dhamo, Elona Karafili and Dritan Shutina for their collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v8n5p19 fatcat:xv7xbpnya5dcpfvithusrum5km

Learning From Start-Ups – Ideas for Business Developers [How ABB Entered the Market of Energy Management Solutions]

Andreas Gruener, Markus Ruppert
2017 International Journal of Family Business and Management  
Finally, it is shown to what degree even product lines in large corporations can act like innovative and agile start-ups.  ...  In the following work a mix of scientific methods like lean management, traditional and new established ones is used to investigate the process of business model generation.  ...  Customer Creation The iterative approach aims at further developing the adapted canvases and a first minimum viable product.  ... 
doi:10.15226/2577-7815/1/1/00107 fatcat:b2ovvohanffw7drgm2yg4qzw2e

Barriers in Implementing the Lean Startup Methodology in Indonesia – Case Study of B2B Startup

Michael Dwianto Nirwan, Wawan Dhewanto
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In that case, a new study has been emerging about how to succeed in developing a business idea. It's called the lean startup methodology (LSM).  ...  With LSM, a lot of companies in United States has succeeded and be well known all over the world.  ...  The Minimum Viable Product To maximize the validation of the solution hypotheses, a minimum viable product is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.01.282 fatcat:s3yg5iyzvnb5zp4zibt2nns5fa

A Framework for Designing Work Systems in Industry 4.0

Bzhwen A Kadir, Ole Broberg, Souza da Conceição Carolina, Nik Grewy Jensen
2019 Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design  
To ensure human wellbeing and overall system productivity, there is a need for interdisciplinary methods and approaches for dealing with the challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities.  ...  In this paper, we present a conceptual framework for designing Industry 4.0 enabled work systems, which serves to accommodate this need.  ...  In addition to Lean production, lean thinking has also branched into digital product development, that is, the Lean start-up concept (Ries, 2011) , from which we also include ICED19 elements in the suggested  ... 
doi:10.1017/dsi.2019.209 fatcat:eqqc4vcuh5birkhsu2pc2ycpu4

TECH START-UP: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND THE MARKET

Claudia M. F. A. Ribeiro, Suzyanne De Oliveira Queiroz, Marília Aranha Freire, Fellipe Araújo Aleixo
2015 EmpíricaBR - Revista Brasileira de Gestão Negócio e Tecnologia da Informação  
This paper presents an integrated approach for software development process, which aims to help the transition of innovative ideas with market potential, emerged from academic environment.  ...  This integrated process was applied in an undergraduate course at IFRN, and the results are presented and discussed, including a real case study.  ...  This work presents an approach for the integration of agile methodologies for [4] and the lean start-up methodology [5] .  ... 
doi:10.15628/empiricabr.2015.3334 fatcat:4hveasuy5rayxajhpk5qdbla4u

Can You Afford to Experiment? Reflections on Innovation

Andrea Contigiani
2020 Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange  
So, today a common route is to build an early version of a product-or, a minimum viable product (https://www.youtube.com/watch?  ...  Lean Startup & Minimum Viable Products have replaced planning and are helping entrepreneurs find product-market fit more quickly. But these tools also have costs and risks.  ... 
doi:10.32617/579-5fae88ea8d00c fatcat:cdohurzlizehzkjawwr4rthhuq

A Knowledge Management Challenges for Start-Ups: A Framework Proposal

Theocharis Stylianos Spyropoulos
2020 IJEBD (International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Development)  
In addition, the business financing and investment ecosystem (especially Banks & Venture Capitals) uses a traditional "business plan" approach for evaluating innovation companies.  ...  The study reviews the knowledge management challenges faced by innovative start-ups founders and entrepreneurs.  ...  Although the -lean start-up methodology‖ is just a few years old, its concepts-such as -minimum viable product‖ and -pivoting‖-have quickly taken root in the start-up world, and business schools have already  ... 
doi:10.29138/ijebd.v3i3.1006 fatcat:c3zueieg2vcgdeewwdkydmz2bq

Lean Commercialization: A New Framework for Commercializing High Technologies

Saheed Gbadegeshin
2018 Technology Innovation Management Review  
The lean commercialization framework was developed from a case study of high-technology companies and by interviewing commercialization experts.  ...  Meanwhile, there is a need for quick diffusion of innovations due to economic pressures for companies and research institutes.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the Finnish Cultural Foundation, the Foundation for Economic Education in Finland (Liikesivistysrahasto), the Turku University Foundation, Turun Kauppaseura  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/1186 fatcat:c2libryrj5dc7axcj7pdy4k74q

MERLIN H2020 Project: MERLIN.CIV.3.3.7.D2.1-LeanStartupAndModelCanvasContent [article]

MERLIN Consortium
2019 Zenodo  
them, by organising practical hands-on workshops; meet ups with potential partners, customers and investors; and by attending scientific conferences to reach a wider public.  ...  This document, D2.1 — Lean startup and business model canvas content – is a deliverable of the MERLIN project, which is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 under Grant Agreement #780460, and has  ...  Link: https://www.entrepreneurship.org/learning-paths/the-lean-approach/the-lean-method o Video -Kauffman Founders School -The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Products.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2585592 fatcat:3lgypdl3nbccvdjcjyx2dpt36i

Market-driven management of start-ups: The case of wearable technology

Milad Dehghani, A. Mohammed Abubakar, Mohsen Pashna
2018 Applied Computing and Informatics  
The purpose of this paper is to identify and describe the drivers of lean approaches and successful management of wearable technology start-ups.  ...  The paper is a descriptive study that employed a case study methodology based on semi-structured interviews with ten start-ups' managers in Wearable Technology 2017 conference.  ...  In comparison to traditional approaches, the lean start-up approach, which was presented by Reis [48] , is a synthesis of the foundations for agile methodologies and lean procedures.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aci.2018.11.002 fatcat:s6j6arbtszggnng6omsku4wggu

Is There a Lean Future for Global Startups?

Stoyan Tanev
2017 Technology Innovation Management Review  
The link between MVP and MVE could be expressed as follows: establishing a viable business means using an MVP as part of a customer development approach to transforming a lean startup into a new company  ...  , 2013) . • In parallel to the articulation of a viable business model, a lean startup is striving to build the minimum viable ecosystem (MVE) of partners that would enable the new company to demonstrate  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/1072 fatcat:odp54eivvnbxlhjgym46egasiy

Developing Corporate Entrepreneurship by Adopting Learning Practices of Startups

Grażyna Urbanik-Papp
2017 Studia i Materiały Wydziału Zarządzania UW  
S owa kluczowe: korporacyjna przedsi biorczo , lean start-up, przedsi biorstwo lean, inercja organizacyjna, korporacyjne inwestycje w przedsi wzi cia podwy szonego ryzyka.  ...  The concept of Lean Startup has revolutionized the creation of innovation in startups, as a way of accelerating learning and finding a functioning and profitable business model.  ...  start showing up en masse" (2014, p.  ... 
doi:10.7172/1733-9758.2017.24.3 fatcat:uiye5heyobecpftvqwahpm75wi

Is There a Lean Future for Global Startups?

Stoyan Tanev
2017 Technology Innovation Management Review  
The link between MVP and MVE could be expressed as follows: establishing a viable business means using an MVP as part of a customer development approach to transforming a lean startup into a new company  ...  , 2013) . • In parallel to the articulation of a viable business model, a lean startup is striving to build the minimum viable ecosystem (MVE) of partners that would enable the new company to demonstrate  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview1072 fatcat:tt3ooa6jjbfpzpftgaj7ubfoba

From Agile Software Development to Mercury Business [chapter]

Janne Järvinen, Tua Huomo, Tommi Mikkonen, Pasi Tyrväinen
2014 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
The Lean Startup In the Lean Startup framework [11] , so-called Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a key concept.  ...  Customer development is an essential activity in the Lean Startup approach, and it defines how the Lean Startup approach is applied as the company starts to grow.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08738-2_5 fatcat:2nbvhyqlgjf7hi2gbei2ufpiju

Minimum Viable User EXperience: A Framework for Supporting Product Design in Startups [chapter]

Laura Hokkanen, Kati Kuusinen, Kaisa Väänänen
2016 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
In this paper we introduce the Minimum Viable User eXperience (MVUX) that aims at providing users a good enough user experience already in the early, minimal versions of the product.  ...  Thus, building minimal product versions to test and validate ideas has emerged as a way to avoid wasteful creation of complicated products which may be proven unsuccessful in the markets.  ...  From these elements, a framework for supporting UX design in early product development was established.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-33515-5_6 fatcat:v3226wy3srhivhytijlkaksucq
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