Playing lean Academy
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Playing Lean is an excellent game to create an understanding of the essence of Lean Startup, provide a basis for good discussions and make theory into practice.
My client’s response to one of my workshops after the Facilitator training was: It was one of the most engaging and interactive workshops that they had attended.
Startup Advisor and Coach
I can highly recommend the Facilitator training to other coaches who, like me, serve executives, Lean-Agile teams, and digital transformations.
CEO & Founder
Playing Lean has very good dynamics that are well connected to real word practices. It's easy to connect situations from the game to those happening in real life.
Researcher, Mentor, Founder
Playing Lean is a well thought out tool to introduce Lean Startup concepts into new environments, allowing players to realize in a fun way how to "think Lean".
Transformation & Innovation Leader, Entrepreneur
The help and advice on facilitation of the game and how you can run it with different audiences was excellent. The knowledge of the facilitator and the emphasis about the need to connect game lessons to real life examples really helped me greatly.
Continuous Improvement Director
The game is a great way to introduce the Lean Startup philosophy to project managers and intrapreneurs. It is fun to play, but also gives plenty of opportunities for discussion about the different concepts of Lean Startup.
Katia Van Belle
Change and Project Management Facilitator
People who are interested in Lean Startup and who don't want to read the book by Eric Ries, companies at the start or in the middle of a transition benefit most of playing the game because they can use it as something to reference.
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