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In the early stages of a tech startup's life, it's hard to decipher the meaningful
metrics from the distractions. How do you know if your product is working? Is it
the number of new signups? Average amount of time spent on the site? Revenue,
even if you don't have a revenue model yet?
In Scaling Lean, serial entrepreneur and author of the startup cult classic
Running Lean Ash Maurya offers a tactical handbook for measuring and scaling a
tech startup with maximum efficiency and efficacy. Maurya pairs real-world
examples of startups like Airbnb and Dropbox with techniques and language from
the manufacturing world to create a new model for measuring and describing an
early stage startup's success. Scaling Lean is an indispensable handbook for
startup founders graduating from the incubator stage to build their business in the
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August 09, 2016
Great compliment to Running lean. It gives good practical advice to help keep things real and keep you accountable. The quick "order of magnitude" calculations to help set goals are invaluable.
June 21, 2016
A must read book for anyone building solutions! The author uses Systems Thinking, Lean, Lean Startup, TPS and Theory of Constraints to create a great framework and process to understand how your product/business model is growing and tractioning in the market. I specially liked the first part of t...
July 29, 2016
Muy útil, claramente algo para releer. Modelos y ejemplos de como usarlos.
January 01, 2017
I really wanted to love this book: Running Lean is my favorite book for introducing someone to Lean startup as it provided scripts an aspiring practitioner could put to use right away. Ash didn't completely abandon this approach, but unfortunately he also added in too much extraneous commentary f...
March 20, 2017
This is one of those super easy books to read that communicates only so much to give what it wants to give and nothing more can be demanded of it.
There are basically three models that are explained in this book - lean canvas, traction and customer factory. Terms such as TOC, customer throughput,...
November 10, 2017
Brilliant book, and one I’ll be re reading + recommending to people in the future.
The book answers “what’s next?” after building an MVP, and validating a PMF (all outlined in his previous book, running lean)
Highly recommend if you’re looking for answers to questions like:
- how do I scale?
- what m...
December 13, 2016
A very practical book that wold hold even more power would I be working on a business idea right now.
This way I have only the theory to evaluate.
All in all I think it really is a strapped down, pragmatic approach to building a business and the didactic is solid.
November 23, 2017
First half is great. I love Ash's take on traction, constraints, cohorts and factory blueprint.
The second one was basically just a design sprint and UX validation. I like that the book contained practical tests you can do to check if you understand the chapter correctly.
November 18, 2017
I like how many steps Ash breaks down into their smallest components. In the case of a meeting or a sales call, he even gives minute-by-minute list of talking points.
September 16, 2017
This is another good book if you want to do startup. I personally like the book because they talked about metrics that are useful for startups to track.