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„Lean Startup without the Startup“ mit Stefan Lange-Hegermann von sipgate

Lean DUS
August 13, 2015

„Lean Startup without the Startup“ mit Stefan Lange-Hegermann von sipgate

Der vollständige Titel des Vortrags von Stefan Lange-Hegermann lautet „Lean Startup without the Startup – How to establish a new product without organizational overhead”. Stefan verrät in seinem Talk, wie sipgate es geschafft hat, die Prinzipien des Lean Startup anzuwenden, ohne selbst ein Startup zu sein.

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August 13, 2015

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