I’m really excited to share a discount code for readers of The Causemopolitan who are in New York this Thursday and would like to attend Lean for Social Good Impact.
Register now (hurry tickets are very limited) using the code “LEANFRIEND” for 25% off the ticket price.
In 2011, Eric Ries published The Lean Startup, which challenged startup founders to build and run their companies in a new way, maximizing customer value while minimizing wasted effort. In an industry with a 99% failure rate, The Lean Startup aimed to give startups a better chance of success and lasting growth.
At Lean Impact we’re using the principles in The Lean Startup to create a new framework that meets the unique challenges of social good organizations: nonprofits and social enterprises. Because as we all know, creating social change is slightly different than running a startup.
So we’re thoughtfully adapting Lean principles to the unique challenges and opportunities of organizations working for the social good.
Act fast! And if you’re attending Thursday let me know, I’d love to meet up!
More information on what Lean Impact is and how it applies to the Lean Startup for Social Good concept: