Recently, I read the Lean Startup book written by Eric Ries and I learned a lot of about how to build a technology startup today.

Then, I extracted the fundemental ideas of Lean Startup philosopy. Below, I already answered the first question. I am waiting the answers and comments from you…


1- What is a Build-Measure-Learn Cycle?

Build: Initially, you need to start by building a minimum viable product (MVP). It is the essential part of learning whether the main idea of startup is promising or not. You do not to write any line of code for building an MVP. You will create the most basic environment to measure the behaviour of your potential customers.

Measure: In order to understand the interest of your customers, you need to use some analytical tools, the cohort analysis is the most important component of measuring the user behaviour. But the most important one is to directly contact with the customers who experienced your MVP. You need to organize focus sessions with those people. If you dont have any customer to measure, then try Google Ads to have a limited user base.

Learn:  Now it is time to decide to pivot or persevere. Pivoting means as transforming your initial idea through what customers want. If your customers find your MVP valuable and they commit to use it, then you dont need to pivot, which means you will persevere your MVP by adding additional features to your first product.

2- What is the meaning of Leaps-Of-Faith hypothesis? 

3- How do you decide whether a startup is on the right way or not?

4- What is the difference between successful and unsuccessful entrepreneurs?

5- How do you measure a value of a network?lean startuop

Lean Startup Book by Eric Ries

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