Experience has shown that new ideas are very exciting when they come to people's minds - at first - and process usually get started without any preparation, the reason why 90% to 95% of startups are failing world wide.
Innovation workshop offers the following categories:

People who want to become a pilot will not be allowed to use the aircraft after learning the principles and rules of flight as aircraft is an expensive asset for airlines.
So these companies are not allowed to fly unless the trainee is able to use it without damaging himself and the plane. The flight simulator is a bridge between written principles and a real airplane.


Simulators provide the space for the learner to make the decision, in addition to experiencing what can happen in the real world, and to see the outcome of their decisions and gain a near-real experience without damaging the plane or the trainee. You may not know how valuable your time and self-confidence are; they are so valuable that you'll eventually have a chance or two in your lifetime to launch a startup. But, if you still have the confidence after the first failure.

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Validated learning is not after-the-fact rationalization or a good story designed to hide failure. It is a rigorous method for demonstrating progress when one is embedded in the soil of extreme uncertainty in which startups grow.
Validated learning is the process of demonstrating empirically that a team have discovered valuable truths about a startup present and future business prospects. It is more concrete, more accurate, and faster than market forecasting or classical business planning.
Learning is the essential unit of progress for startups. The effort that is not
absolutely necessary for learning what customers want can be eliminated. This is validated learning, because it is always demonstrated by positive improvements in startup's core metrics.
Validated learning is backed up by empirical data collected from real customers. The way forward is to learn to see every startup in any industry as a grand experiment. The question is not "can this product be built?" but "can this product

be built?" and "can we build a sustainable business around this set of products and services."
Your job is to find a synthesis between your vision and what customers would accept; it wasn't to capitulate to what customers thought they wanted or to tell customers what they ought to want.

True startup productivity: systematically figuring out the right things to build. In the lean startup, every product, every feature, every marketing campaign - everything a startup does - is understood to be an experiment designed to achieve validated learning.

Lean thinking: Lean thinking defines value as providing benefit to the customer, anything else is waste. In a manufacturing business, customers don't care how the product is assembled, only that it works correctly. But in a startup, who the customer is and what the customer might find valuable are unknown, part of the very uncertainty that is an essential part of the definition of a startup.

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A startup company designed the game in 2012, which it taught participants all the important topics and headlines in the process during the game.
Using learning through playing approach, the company has developed a model in which participants become increasingly involved with the subject and see difficulties in decision making in a real environment.
The worst thing that can happen to the participants in this model is a humiliating failure by their colleagues, which is certainly a deep learning.

Playing Lean is our flight simulator for launching startups. It teaches the basics of Lean Startup with a very strong model and illustrates the importance of each step. These steps are listed as the 4 headlines below:
1. Business Model
2. Problem Matching
3. Product / Market Adaptation 4. Presentation and Expansion

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After teaching these principles in a highly competitive environment, teams will learn the basics of designing their business model to move on to the next step. Here we suggest a Lean Canvas Business Model workshop designed with LEGO SERIOUS PLAY game approach. The workshop documents the entrepreneurial ideas of the teams in a very sophisticated way, and forms the blueprint for moving to a new product or service in the organization.
One of the major points is to precisely identify the steps that need to be taken from the beginning until the final goal is reached.

The Playing Lean and Lean Canvas Business Model workshops are modeled on the most up-to-date content running today to start and track startups.
We have taken the content from The Lean Startup book by Eric Ries, who won the Best Business Education Game of the Year in Ireland, 2017.
This workshop is designed and tailored to focus on the organization's innovation, provide a comprehensive business model and make the business model operational.

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