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ABOUT

OCT 5-7, WLG NZ

MICHAEL FOWLER CENTER

WHY LEAN 15

The Lean Startup methodology provides best practice to innovate at speed in the face of rapid change and technology disruption. Coined by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Eric Ries, Lean Startup methodology is all about maximizing impact with minimal resources at extreme pace.

Whether you are building a mobile app, a new service, working in a non-profit, or in government, adopting Lean Startup methodology can help you overcome obstacles and set up effective systems. You’ll learn how to codesign with end users, maximise your team’s innovative capability and and develop tools to manage uncertainty.

WHAT IS LEAN 15

300+

Like minded public and private sector delegates from New Zealand, Australia, and Asia.  

6

Super stars from USA/Canada delivering insight on LEAN enterprise best practice.  

3

Days of keynotes, case studies, discussion, intensive workshops, and one on intimate sessions.

An immersive 3 day event, LEAN 15 will unite attendees through powerful yet practical programming with world renowned speakers, collaborative workshops, interactive discussions, and a dynamic collective experience.

Conference attendees run the gamut of job titles too. You’ll be surrounded by CEOs, CMOs, CIOs, CTOs, CFOs, engineers, HR, accountants, analysts, strategists, marketers, business developers, product managers, IT, managers, operations, health care providers, UX designers, innovation & R&D leads, sales managers, coaches and professors.

“Success is not delivering a feature.  It is learning how to solve the customer’s problem.” 

-Eric Ries

See here for more on the value of the Lean Startup methodology for large organisations and government