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Jez Humble is co-author of Continuous Delivery, the Jolt-Award winning book in Martin Fowler's signature series. He has been talking about how to do Lean Startup in enterprises since the Agile 2011 conference (you can see his talk here: http://www.infoq.com/presentations/Innovation-at-Scale-using-Lean-Thinking). He works for ThoughtWorks, which has been consulting around Continuous Delivery and Lean and Agile software development in enterprises for many years.

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Practical view of leading the Lean transformation within an established organization. 16. Dezember 2014
Von Kenneth L. Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I read the latest Rough Cuts version of Lean Enterprise on Safari Books Online just before they finally published the final ebook and Kindle version; I'm anxiously awaiting hard copies I can circulate with co-workers.

I'm admittedly already sold on the Lean Startup concepts and have picked up anything remotely dealing with how to foster similar levels of innovation and entrepreneurship inside a mature company. Humble and his co-authors have packaged together in a very digestible form research, case studies, and practical guidance. It tends to talk predominately in terms of software delivery, but I don't think it's unapproachable to non-techies. There's plenty of content that will make sense to (and challenge preconceptions of) project managers, directors of engineering, CFOs, CEOs, business development and sales folks.

A couple of years ago, Continuous Delivery was the book I was telling everyone they need to read. In 2015, I think it's Lean Enterprise.
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it asks great questions and attempts to bring the reader to ask ... 13. Februar 2015
Von John Allspaw - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is not your garden-variety book about what "lean" means. This is a well-put piece of critical thinking, tackling the concepts of what makes organizations successful on multiple fronts. It is not prescriptive, and doesn't pretend that the reader can simply copy-and-paste practices from the pages to their company. Instead, it asks great questions and attempts to bring the reader to ask better ones, which is what high-performance organizations do. I highly recommend this book.
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Practical advice on practicing Lean Startup within Enterprise 11. Januar 2015
Von Oksana Hoshva - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book relatively short, concise and practical as the authors intended it to be. It clearly explains how the disciplines of Lean, Agile, Kata, Lean Startup, and Design Thinking are converging through the unifying principles of an adaptive learning organisation. The authors we show how to grow organizations which can innovate rapidly in response to changing market conditions, customer needs, and emerging technologies.

Part I of the book introduces the main themes of the book: culture, strategy, and the lifecycle of innovations.
In Part II the authors discuss how to explore new ideas to gather data so you can quickly evaluate which ones will provide value or see a sufficiently rapid uptake. Part III covers how to exploit validated ideas — those that emerge from the crucible of exploration — at scale, and also presents a systematic approach to improving the way we run large programs of work. Finally, Part IV shows how enterprises can grow an environment that fosters learning and experimentation, with a focus on culture, governance, financial management, IT, and strategy.

I skipped the software development, IT systems and processes parts since those are not that useful to me at the moment being a non-technical professional.
There is a big section on organisational culture that was an interesting reading itself, and, of course, culture transformation advice is of big value to enterprises that want to run lean. I also enjoyed the parts talking on the purpose of an organisation that has to guide strategic planning and all the further activities.

The most valuable part for me was the one on Balancing the enterprise portfolio. I find the discussed framework (presented in Moore’s 'Escape Velocity: Free Your Company's Future from the Pull of the Past’ book) very practical for analysing, planning and evaluation corporate innovation initiatives. The Three Horizons Model
provides a tool to balance the portfolio of exploring new business models, exploiting validated ones, and developing core businesses.
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Be LEAN or get left behind 17. Dezember 2014
Von alan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are in a software development environment, you know lean. This book brings it to the rest of the business.

Continuous improvement seemed like a wonderful idea when Deming wrote about it so long ago. This is how you get it done.
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A must read handbook for those charting the course for their organization's evolution and prosperity in the coming decade 27. Dezember 2014
Von MikeD - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The principles and values that underpin Lean and Agile have been around the software development world for quite some time now. However, there has been a lack of systems oriented perspective in their application and the change required for success at the enterprise level. Too many stories exist about limited success and often failure of Lean and Agile change initiatives focused on just R&D when they collide with the old guard, status quo way of executing.

The Lean Enterprise makes an excellent presentation of the nature of a complex adaptive human system that plans, executes and learns governed by lean values and principles. Better yet, it provides a pragmatic approach for implementing such a system which, in my opinion, will be the key trait of organizations that will evolve through innovation and adaptation to win for their employees, their customers and society.

I thank the authors for writing this book as I know many of my colleagues in the Lean-Agile community would as well. We have written, spoken and engaged in establishing such systems. This book can serve as a handbook to pull it all together. Well done.
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