- October 23, 2018
The metrics that matter the most
Many innovation projects fail because the metrics for success were never defined.
- The company that learns faster, innovates faster and wins in the market.
- If you don’t measure, you won’t learn.
- Many people don’t like metrics and statistics, but they are key to success.
- Bad metrics can lead to disaster!
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Making decisions is hard. To make good decisions you have to run experiments. To run experiments, you have to define success and failure. Defining the key metrics allows you to learn from every experiment.
You will learn:
- What metrics are useful?
- What does a metric tell you?
- How to value metrics?
- How to document metrics?
- How to track progress?
- What does my dashboard looks like?
- What makes a vanity metric different from actionable metrics?
Silicon Valley Expertise
The workshop trainers have world-class experience as entrepreneurs and advisors to large organisations.
Our workshops have no more than 20 participants. There is enough time to help everyone out.
The workshops are interactive and practical. You work on real projects. After the workshop you’ll be able to gain more insights from your trainer.
ONE-DAY WORKSHOP BY TRISTAN KROMER
The workshop is a one-day program on how to implement Lean Metrics in your organization. Metrics are essential to measure progress, failures and success. Lean Metrics is an expert workshop for innovators who are highly familiar with Lean Startup and want to take the basic metrics to the next level.
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Tristan helps product teams go fast. As a lean startup coach, Tristan works with product teams and innovation leaders around the world to apply lean startup principles to teams and innovation ecosystems. Tristan designed lean startup programs such as the Build or Die Bootcamp for TechBA (Mexico) and the Lean Reactor (Belgium). He has worked with companies ranging from early stage startups to >$1B USD revenue companies (Swisscom, Pitney Bowes). Tristan regularly speaks and gives workshops with organisations such as the Stanford Center for Entrepreneurial Studies & D-school, General Electric (GE), and more.
After working in banking and goverment, Rob launched several innovation ventures. He was involved in the funding and coaching of dozens of startups and companies, before starting his own company. He worked with several Fortune 500 companies on strategic investments.
For over three years, Rob has been supporting large enterprises, startup communities and startups to grow faster.