6th Lean Startup Circle meeting of the Rhine-Main, Wiesbaden
Charles Street 22
Mon, 25 Feb 2013, 06:30 PM (PST) Mon, 25 Feb 2013, 06:30 PM (PST)
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On 02/25/2013 there will be the sixth meeting of the Lean Startup Circle Rhein-Main, this time with the issues in distributed product development team and customer management Lean. The venue is the home port of Wiesbaden . Participation is free: Both professionals and practitioners as well as interested newcomers are welcome! Lecture 1: Lean Product Development as a distributed team: How Cross-reference doctivity developed in the first lecture of the evening is Thomas Francis of cross-reference insight into the specific methods and tools such as "Business Scrum "and" Trello ", which is at the cross reference for a" have established leane "product and business development. Using the specific example of product development doctivity ( https://doctivity.io ), a SaaS document management of distributed teams, knowledge and experience with these methods are discussed.
Cross-reference is a distributed team, so each employee is working from a different location in Germany. A methodologically supported Labour Organization is especially important for this approach. The business and product development for cross-reference and therefore focuses on lean startup principles.
Thomas Francis is Doctor of Computer Science and co-founder of Cross-reference ( http://kreuzverweis.com ). He researched five years at the Institute for Web Science and Technologies ( http://west.unikoblenz.de ) in the areas of Semantic Web, Web science, knowledge management and personal information management. During this time he led the international research project XMedia the topic of Knowledge Lenses & Process Support and was a member of the W3C Multimedia Semantics Incubator Group ( About http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/mmsem/ # ). lecture 2: Lean Customer Management The second presentation will share his experiences with Hannes Gmeiner Lean Customer Management with us: One of the biggest drivers of most value (B2C) business models include the number and the quality of customer relationships. The principles of Lean startups can be applied to the management of customer relationships well:
How can the build - Measure - Learn Circle in customer acquisition and retention apply?
What are the most important metrics in the customer relationship management?
What are good examples of Lean customer management it?
Hannes Gmeiner's degree in mathematics, was ten-year strategy consultant specializing in setting up new business and has spent the last five years as an executive in a large wine trading company, where he was responsible for the new business. He supported the creation and development of an e-commerce start-ups, which was built in substantial part by the Lean Startup principles. We look forward to an interesting event, and your numerous presence!