1. Eric Ries

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    2. Investopedia CEO Says These Are the 3 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

      Investopedia CEO Says These Are the 3 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know
      ... Player. It means Minimum Viable Product, a concept I’ve happily stolen from The Lean Startup by entrepreneur Eric Ries. (I like the book so much that I urged Investopedia staffers to read it at our in-house book club.) ...
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  2. Quotes

    1. In The Lean Startup, I said that entrepreneurship is the management discipline that deals with extreme uncertainty.
      In Eric Ries: How to bring lean thinking to big companies
    2. The other is tech startups that used to be three guys in a garage and now have five or 10 thousand employees.
      In Eric Ries: How to bring lean thinking to big companies
    3. Planning and forecasting are only accurate when based on a long, stable operating history and a relatively static environment.
      In Skip the Boring Business Plan. Focus on This Strategy Instead.
    4. His criticism is of Lean Startup as agnostic experimentation that is pretty much about doing surveys and asking customers what they want, and not really having a vision of your own.
      In Why I Back Eric Ries Over Peter Thiel
    5. Certainly cool is not the first word that comes to my mind when I think about the time I spent in the trenches working with my co-founders really trying to figure out what the heck are we supposed to do.
      In Why You Have to Get Better at the Boring Stuff
    6. Why isn't there dialogue in the photo montage? We all know the answer. It's because the work that happens there is too boring to make it into the movie.
      In Why You Have to Get Better at the Boring Stuff
    7. If we want to get better at entrepreneurship, we got to get better at the boring stuff.
      In Why You Have to Get Better at the Boring Stuff
    8. The video is banal, a simple three-minute demonstration of the technology as it is meant to work, but it was targeted at a community of technology early adopters.
      In Iterate or Eliminate? When You Need to Go Back to the Drawing Board.
    9. And so you're not dealing with one potential competitor but with thousands or millions.
      In Innovation Is an Attitude
    10. They look great in a press release, but what do they accomplish?
      In 3 Ways to Improve Your Metrics
  3. Quotes about Eric Ries

    1. Entrepreneurship Is Definitely Not Cool'2:37 Veteran entrepreneur Eric Ries talks about why the nitty gritty of start-up life isn't all that cool--despite what you see in the movies and on TV. Share: Build: Eric Ries
      Eric Ries in Extreme Uncertainty Is the Key to Success