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54 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Eric Ries. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Eric Ries, often where they are interviewed.

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54 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Eric Ries. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Eric Ries, often where they are interviewed.

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The lean startup By Eric Ries | Episode 3 |

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The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses is a book by Eric Ries describing his proposed lean startup strategy for startup companies.

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Nov 11 2020 · 1hr
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The lean startup By Eric Ries | Episode 2 |

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The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses is a book by Eric Ries describing his proposed lean startup strategy for startup companies.

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Nov 11 2020 · 59mins

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The lean startup By Eric Ries | Episode 1 |

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The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses is a book by Eric Ries describing his proposed lean startup strategy for startup companies.

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Nov 11 2020 · 1hr
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Decoding Lean Principles: Eric Ries and The Long-Term Stock Exchange

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What do you do after you’ve changed the way an entire generation of founders launch and build their companies? If you’re Eric Ries, you tackle one of your most ambitious projects yet—creating a new stock exchange to generate long-term, sustainable value. Hear Eric discuss “The Lean Startup,” the hard work of changing the status quo, and more. 

Sep 17 2020 · 40mins

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S5 EP1: Eric Ries' Radical Stock Market Experiment

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When Eric Ries wrote The Lean StartUp he had no idea his book would inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs to ‘pivot’ and ‘iterate.’ Now Eric is 'disrupting' how we do business again. His Long Term Stock Exchange (LTSE) requires companies to change their measurements of success. Rather than live and die by quarterly earnings reports that require inhumane management tactics, companies on the LTSE have to do right by their employees, customers, and communities. Is that really so radical?

This is the first episode of Season 5 which explains six systemic problems and profiles six amazing people working to fix them.

Tell Manoush what’s going on with your career or company during these strange times @ZigZagPod on Twitter and Instagram or send a voice memo to ZigZag@StableG.com. You can also just say hi @ManoushZ.

Jul 23 2020 · 38mins
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S5 EP1: Eric Ries' Radical Stock Market Experiment

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When Eric Ries wrote The Lean StartUp he had no idea his book would inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs to ‘pivot’ and ‘iterate.’ Now Eric is 'disrupting' how we do business again. His Long Term Stock Exchange (LTSE) requires companies to change their measurements of success. Rather than live and die by quarterly earnings reports that require inhumane management tactics, companies on the LTSE have to do right by their employees, customers, and communities. Is that really so radical?

This is the first episode of Season 5 which explains six systemic problems and profiles six amazing people working to fix them.

Tell Manoush what’s going on with your career or company during these strange times @ZigZagPod on Twitter and Instagram or send a voice memo to ZigZag@StableG.com. You can also just say hi @ManoushZ.

Jul 23 2020 · 38mins
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64. Build. Measure. Learn, w/Eric Ries of The Lean Startup and the LTSE

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Forget writing that business plan. Design an experiment instead. So many products and companies fail because the assumptions in their beautiful business plans were just wrong. So stop writing and start testing. No one knows this better than Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup and founder of the Long-Term Stock Exchange. After his first product failed, he developed a new method of product design based on running small, fast experiments, measuring the results, and learning from them. It’s a system built on data, not assumptions, and it works with almost everything, from app development to airplane design. It starts with establishing your own measure of success — then experimenting, improving, and trying over and over again. The feedback loop never stops.

Learn more about the Long Term Stock Exchange: ltse.com

Learn more about The Lean Startup: leanstartup.co

Read Eric’s blog, Startup Lessons Learned: startuplessonslearned.com

Listen to Eric’s new podcast, Out of the Crisis, on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/out-of-the-crisis/id1505392824

Read a transcript of the episode: https://mastersofscale.com/eric-ries/

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Jun 16 2020 · 45mins
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Lean Startup's Eric Ries: "The cavalry is not coming"

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The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Eric Ries, author of Lean Startup and founder of the Long-Term Stock Exchange, to talk about trying to build a PPE procurement website (2:55), the problem (5:40), what he can do as a techie (10:35), starting a hotline (13:35), waiting for the government (13:45), the bottlenecks (18:00), fears of oversupply (22:05) why the cavalry is not coming (25:00), the difference between demand and production capacity (28:20), and launching a stock exchange in a pandemic (31:55).

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Apr 24 2020 · 35mins
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137 - Eric Ries (LTSE) On How Founders Can Weather The COVID-19 Storm

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In this episode, Eric Ries and I talk all about COVID-19 and how early-stage founders can weather the storm and come out on the other side even stronger. Specifically in this episode, we dive into:

- Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and how founders can apply to this situation
- Priorities for founders in a demanding time
- How founders can become calm in order to make the hard decisions
- How founders can increase revenue instead of reducing costs (laying people off)
- The responsibility of organizations large and small to contribute and help
- How your company failing could be a good thing, you'll only know in hindsight.
- How any founder can get involved and help fight the virus and lower the spread

Links mentioned in the podcast:

SchoolClosures.org
HelpwithCOVID.com

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Mar 23 2020 · 39mins
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#DeepDive — Responsibilities In Exponential Times — Eric Ries

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"The most exciting new podcast in the startup world.” - Eric Ries, Founder, and NYTimes bestselling author

Mentioned in the podcast:

SchoolClosures.org

Ben Horowitz on Layoffs

HelpwithCOVID.com

From our individual to our community-wide responsibilities, I chat with best-selling author, founder, and investor Eric Ries about what might be, what could be, and perhaps what should be going through each of our minds right now.

I keep hearing people say this moment is surreal. I look down empty streets, and it does feel that way sometimes as we struggle for perspective and control of the circumstance. But it dawned on me that, what’s surreal was the moments before all this, when we were under the delusion of control. This is real. Who knows how long it stays this real, how long before we are back under the illusion of control, but no matter the timeline, this is real. We’ve been shaken out of our surreal illusion, and we find ourselves here.

You cannot escape circumstance, but you can transcend it. For every leader, creator, thinker, and listener that has wanted to impact the world, now is your chance. Here is your opportunity. But it’s not just about finding and seizing opportunity, but instead, it's about subsuming responsibility. That’s at the core of purpose, that’s at the core of meaning... it’s not about achievement or accrual, it’s about willingly taking on responsibility when the outcome is uncertain, and that’s at the core of this episode.

You can email James questions directly at askbelowtheline@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ twitter.com/gobelowtheline — “Below the Line with James Beshara" is brought to you by Straight Up Podcasts LLC

Mar 19 2020 · 1hr 36mins
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