THE LEAN STARTUP By Eric Ries (International Bestselling Sensation) How Constant INNOVATION Creates Radically SUCCESSFUL Businesses(Mandatory Reading For Entrepreneurs') (English,Paperback,Eric Ries,Startup) (Paperback, Eric Ries)
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‘The Lean Start up- How Constant Innovation Creates Radically Successful Businesses’ is a book that explains how to work on your innovative concepts as businessman through moments of anxiety and dilemma. The way to start a company has changed drastically over the time and this book will explain you how to utilize this change to our benefit. The book provides the plan, how a 'startup' is a company devoted to creating something innovative under circumstances of extreme uncertainty. As per author Every one of us has one thing in common and that is to clear the way of uncertainty and reach the target of having a sustainable, unbeaten and balanced company. The book emphasizes on the developed companies that are both economically proficient and make use of human imagination more frequently. Influenced by lessons from lean manufacturing, it relies depends on validate learning, rapid scientific testing, as well as a number of counter-intuitive exercises that shorten product growth cycles, measure actual development without resorting to vanity metrics and learn what consumers really want. Thereby, it a organization to move directions with agility, altering plans inch by inch, minute by minute. The book make you learn entrepreneurship, in organization of all sizes, a way to judge their vision continuously and to adapt and adjust according to situation.
THE LEAN STARTUP By Eric Ries (International Bestselling Sensation) How Constant INNOVATION Creates Radically SUCCESSFUL Businesses(Mandatory Reading For Entrepreneurs') (English,Paperback,Eric Ries,Startup)
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This version which is printed in India is unreadable, in short horrible.
The print size is small and a strain to the eye + the printing on the pages is badly positioned. By that I mean that to read one has to literally break the spine of the book.
This Replica press consistently doles low quality printing. Publishers should take note