Someone get the Fabreeze, because your idea STINKS!
A softer way of putting that is your idea has a hole in it somewhere. You should identify the holes in the boat before launching your transatlantic journey.
Forget your solution and run your first experiment by talking to customers and validating that they have the problem you think they have.
Learn the importance of Customer Development and why talking to customers is step one for any new idea, product, or service. After a brief intro to Lean and my personal story, we will set up your first problem/customer statement and conduct your first experiment using the Validation Board. Part of this class will be "out of the building" as we do in our Lean workshops.
We will cover the following in the this session.
Those who put the work in, getting out of the building doing customer development will be rewarded with extra help:) Note:
This class is not going to be comfortable or fun, and we’re not going to lecture, we’re going to put you through a process that has been distilled after using it with hundreds of startups. Some of the exercises will be intentionally
PRE-CLASS HOMEWORK (done in the workbook)
When you complete your homework, we will set you up with your first experiment and have you interview your first 5-10 customers.
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