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The Resource Disciplined entrepreneurship workbook, Bill Aulet ; Illustrations by Marius Ursache ; Edited by Chris Snyder, (electronic resource)

Disciplined entrepreneurship workbook, Bill Aulet ; Illustrations by Marius Ursache ; Edited by Chris Snyder, (electronic resource)

Label
Disciplined entrepreneurship workbook
Title
Disciplined entrepreneurship workbook
Statement of responsibility
Bill Aulet ; Illustrations by Marius Ursache ; Edited by Chris Snyder
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
  • "A practical manual for implementing the framework, the 'Disciplined Entrepreneurship Workbook' breaks down the steps and takes you deeper, highlighting critical points that can make or break a fledgling business."--Back cover
Cataloging source
EZS
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1958-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Aulet, Bill
Dewey number
658.11
LC call number
HB615
LC item number
.A95 2017
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ursache, Marius
  • Snyder, Chris
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Entrepreneurship
  • New business enterprises
  • Entrepreneurship
  • New business enterprises
Label
Disciplined entrepreneurship workbook, Bill Aulet ; Illustrations by Marius Ursache ; Edited by Chris Snyder, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • Intended as a companion volume to "Disciplined Entrepreneurship" by the same author
Contents
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001829568
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781119365792
Lccn
2017302663
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001829568
Label
Disciplined entrepreneurship workbook, Bill Aulet ; Illustrations by Marius Ursache ; Edited by Chris Snyder, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • Intended as a companion volume to "Disciplined Entrepreneurship" by the same author
Contents
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
  • How do I get started? Should I? -- Market segmentation -- A practical guide to primary market research -- Select a beachhead market -- Build an end user profile for the beachhead market -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) for the beachhead market -- Profile the persona for the beachhead market -- Full life cycle use case -- High-level product specification -- Quantify the value proposition -- Identify your next 10 customers -- Define your core -- Chart your competitive position -- Determine the customer's Decision-Making Unit (DMU) -- Map the process to acquire a paying customer -- Windows of opportunity and triggers -- Estimate the Total Addressable Market (TAM) size for follow-on markets -- Design a business model -- Set your pricing framework -- Estimate the Lifetime Value (LTV) of an acquired customer -- Map the sales process to acquire a customer -- Estimate the Cost of Customer Acquisition (COCA) -- Identify key assumptions -- Test key assumptions -- Define the Minimum Viable Business Product (MVBP) -- Show that "the dogs will eat the dog food" -- Develop a product plan
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001829568
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781119365792
Lccn
2017302663
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001829568

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