The free webinar on January 23, 2014, at 2PM (Eastern) features tips from lean startup companies.
Innovation is essential to the survival of companies – new or established.
But as established companies try to protect and leverage existing assets to develop new products, startups aggressively attempt to disrupt established markets to carve out a place for themselves.
Lean practices help companies to incrementally improve the value delivered to customers in products and services, but the key to rapid innovation lies beyond lean tools and techniques, and is found in lean leadership practices.
In the free webinar, “Disrupt or Be Disrupted: How established enterprises can innovate like lean startups,” author andLean Enterprise Institute faculty member, Steve Bell will discuss the key leadership practices and share an overview of lean innovation and startup techniques.
- Webinar: Disrupt or Be Disrupted: How established enterprises can innovate like lean startups”
- When: January 23, 2014
- Time 2-3PM (Eastern)
To lean more and register, visit the webinar page today: http://www.lean.org/events/jan_23_webinar.cfm
Bell will offer a deeper dive on this topic at the 2014 Lean Enterprise Institute Transformation Summit, in Orlando, March 5 & 6. See the complete Summit curriculum supporting the theme of "Improve the Work; Develop the People." Register today to save $300!
About the Presenter
Steve Bell is the founder of Lean IT Strategies, LLC, specializing in coaching senior IT leaders as they partner with their business colleagues to meet the challenges in the rapidly changing, technology-enabled business landscape.
He also is the founder of Lean4NGO (www.Lean4NGO.org), providing humanitarian aid organizations with access to lean thinking and practices to more effectively utilize scarce resources.
He is the author of Run Grow Transform: Integrating Business and Lean IT, (Productivity Press, 2012), co-author of Lean IT: Enabling and Sustaining Your Lean Transformation (Productivity Press, 2010) and author of Lean Enterprise Systems: Using IT for Continuous Improvement (Wiley, 2006) which first introduced the term "Lean IT" in publication.