BUILDING UNBEATEN CORPORATE STARTUPS | JEFFREY NAH | FROM SINGAPORE

In a world changing at unprecedented rates, large organizations have realized they must keep up with an evolving market. This course can be applied in any industry, company size, or sector of the economy in order to move faster and minimize risk.


This course is a great sharing of the framework for using Lean Startup successfully in an established company and of how to create a system of "innovation accounting" within your company so that everyone is building products that meets customers’ needs.

The course includes hands-on exercises, using real-world challenges your company faces, in: identifying risk in new-product development, reducing risk, and measuring success.
 

What will you cover?
 

Module 1: The Case for Change

  • The difference between traditional methods and Lean Startup
  • Common misunderstandings and pitfalls of Lean Startup
  • How Lean Startup differs from traditional new product development
  • Understand the value of leveraging Lean Startup practices

 

Module 2: Lean Startup Overview and Concepts

  • The Lean Startup concepts, principles, and terminology
  • The Lean Startup Model and the power of Visioning
  • Understand the stages of Lean Startup
  • To apply the Build-Measure-Learn Loop to get faster feedback from product experiments

 

Module 3: Building the Minimum Viable Product (MPV)

  • The Minimum Viable Product's role in new product development
  • Apply the Build-Measure-Learn Loop
  • The role of the Minimum Viable Product
  • Leveraging Experimentation to drive product development
  • Conducting Pivot or Persevere decisions
  • Understand different types of pivots

 

Module 4: The Lean Startup Stages

  • Learn to build a Vision
  • How to develop a Lean Canvas

 

Module 5: Enterprise and Intrapreneurs

  • How "startup" applies to both public products and internal company products
  • Learn how Lean Startup is used by entrepreneurs and by intrapreneurs
  • Practices to create a more successful entrepreneurial business

 

Module 6: Innovation Accounting

  • The use of Lean Analytics and Innovation Accounting to lead product development
  • Apply metrics to test your business model and understand when to pivot or persevere.
  • Learn the value of Lean Analytics, Innovation Accounting, and Validated Learning
  • The One Metric That Matters
  • How metrics change as you go through the stages
  • Difference between Actionable metrics and Vanity metrics

 

Module 7: Lean Startup and Agile Teams

  • How Lean Startup works with Agile development
  • How Lean Startup impacts Agile development

 

Who is the coach?
 


 

Jeffrey Nah lectures on Technopreneurship and Innovation at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore as well as consult with SMEs on innovation, internationalization, leadership & talent development to drive business growth and expansion.

Jeff is a mentor with Singapore Management University (SMU) Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship. He is also a judge at SMU's Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan 2017 competition, as well as the online startup community platform, Startup-O.
 

Which teaching method to be applied? 
 

eClasses (Online coaching) eConversations (Live instructor training)
7 weeks: 35 hours 
7 weeks: 14 hours 
 

IBI Blended eLearning were designed to achieve a good balance within group learning and real time discussion, self-study and interactive learning which is conducted by competence based teachers and experts to completely replace classroom training.
 

The chart shows a web-enhanced case-based activity in an IBI course with the requirement for the students to go through detailed and diverse procedures which shows the flow of a typical online case-based learning sequence in the course. The online activities were varied: web searching, reading of online resources, quizzes, learning games and group discussions…Many of the eLearning lessons activities are carried out independently integrated in our self-paced learning programs - eClasses but students’ performance is closely monitored by the teacher and contributed to course grades.

The activity sequence in Learning Activities Management System (LAMS) allowed the activities to become more structured in the following manner. The course is structured into different modules and lessons so that students learn them in order together with working with the suggested online resources and the links to the resources were placed in the LAMS sequence. 

Students learn and finish each lesson and when they feel that they are fully learned, they click the ‘next’ button to go to the next lesson and then the mini test when they have finished a whole module for the progressing analytics and evaluation. The students learn through the case materials, quizzes on comprehension and the associated questions…then they can submit their questions and exercises to the instructor who will receive students’ answers and exercises also through the same system.

The topics of the module will be further discussed in the live classroom training - eConversations, with various answers being compared and contrasted. Students then rethink about their own solutions. A learning project will be assigned after that for them to work in group to really comprehend and absorb the knowledge and skills.

 

 

THE CHALLENGES OF BUSINESS INNOVATION

The ability to innovate is now a top priority for companies everywhere. The speed at which innovation occurs is accelerating, and consumers are hungry for the new products, services and experiences coming their way. But the economic climate still presents considerable challenges.