- 10/ The Lean Startup - it's so widely read in technology that its teachings are common. You need to still read it. @ericries https://t.co/vd1pdP7aOU
- If you're a paid subscriber, don't miss the insights folks shared about these books https://t.co/PQhncGHcww
- Sketching User Experiences by Bill Buxton and William Buxton The Choice by Eliyahu M. Goldratt About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design by Alan Cooper, David Cronin, and Robert Reimann Outcomes Over Output by Josh Seiden Decode and Conquer by Lewis C. Lin
- Other books mentioned by at least one person: Build by @tfadell Lean Analytics by Alistair Croll and Ben Yoskovitz Turning the Flywheel by Jim Collins Creative Selection from Ken Kocienda Switch by Chip and Dan Heath Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath
- Best books to read if you're doing a startup: "Zero to One", by Peter Thiel "The Lean Startup", by Eric Ries "The Art of the Start", by Guy Kawasaki "Hooked", by Nir Eyal
- just posted my views on the new book "The Lean Startup" exec summary: buy it. See http://t.co/j9I0TVOs #leanstartup
Outlines a revisionist approach to management while arguing against common perceptions about the inevitability of startup failures, explaining the importance of providing genuinely needed products and services as well as organizing a business that can adapt to continuous customer feedback.