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Summary

If you want to avoid wasting time and energy building something nobody wants, then pay attention....

Lean Analytics is an incredibly popular framework for getting the most out of your business. Using this framework, you’ll be able to understand and master all of the data available to your business so you can build something the market truly wants.

Lean Analytics was designed with business in mind - it is an utter shift in business philosophy from the traditional methods and attitudes on business, and its reputation is well-deserved. 

It’s a tool that’s more fitting for the business age that we’re actually living in, and the Lean Analytics method will allow you to get a huge amount of insight into your business and use this insight to grow it from the ground up rapidly. 

Lean Analytics: The Ultimate Guide to an Agile Way of Analytics, Advanced Analytics, and Data Science for a Superior Way to Build Startups and Run Enterprises is for you if you have been wanting to:

  • Learn how to start making a huge amount of money off of very little invested
  • Eliminate as much risk as you can in your business
  • Validate whether a problem is real so you can avoid wasting time on something nobody wants
  • Find the right customers
  • Know what to build and how to monetize it
  • Encourage innovation in your business

So, if you want to save money, time, and effort while making a real difference, listen to this audiobook now!

©2018 James Edge (P)2018 James Edge

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Lean Analytics finally arrived!

So now if you want to have more chances of success and also to fail fast in a startup or a new business inside a great corporation you have the tools and techniques available. I strongly recommend at least the following books (read in order):

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For best startup in today's markete place.

I highly recommend this book as someone in the trenches. I had already come to the conclusion that I needed to define one-metric-to-manage to help the the team and investors focus our value proposition and how well we are delivering on it. That this book helped confirm this was a good idea makes it worth the cover price, but how it then fast-forwarded me to into thinking about support metrics that could provided indications of first and second order effects and metrics to consider in the future leveraged the value of this book by several orders of magnitude.

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Guidance on Using Data Well...

I listen to "Lean Analytics: The Ultimate Guide to an Agile Way of Analytics, Advanced Analytics, and Data Science for a Superior Way to Build Startups and Run Enterprises" and although I thought it was good as a MVP for agile customer driven business development there were many missing details, such as which metrics are best to use for which business model. This book fills that gap and then some. Five different business models are reviewed and candidate metrics to use and avoid. It then discusses how the metrics you use will change as your product moves from early stage, where you are trying to identify if you are doing something interesting and valuable, to later stages, when you are trying to maximize your profitability and scale.

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All of Lean Startup summarized...

What this book isn't is a deep dive on the tools used in analytics, such as Google's Analytics (for an example). It is also highly focused on the Internet. The 6 business models representing 30% of the book are all eCommerce or Internet models:
1. eCommerce
2. Software as a Service
3. Free Mobile App
4. Media Site
5. User-Generated Content
6. Two-Sided Marketplaces

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Amazing book....

Lean Analytics- User Data to build a better startup faster is must book for any startup in any industry. It covers concept and practicalities of lean very beautiful way. It talks in detail about Lean Analytic encompassing enterprise growth, customer satisfaction and other areas of startup.

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Statistics can lie but this book will not, follow.

While the author did a great job distilling down what to measure, my only wish is that they'd spent some time also talking about how to measure because I see many people struggling with that. But I understand that could easily fill up another book.

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Right action, right time.

James Edge do a great job of answering this question in their book - broken by business model and stage of the product.
They back their models up using numerous case-studies which make these concepts stick.

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Will add to our recommended reading library.

I am usually not one to jump on the business trend of the day but data has become almost as important as people in today's environment. Will add to our recommended reading library.

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This book is great.

This book gets the vanity metrics out of the way by defining what a good metric is, differentiates between business models and marketing tactics, and gives you the key metric you need to be focusing on based on the type of startup. It also references other important startup concepts that you need to get up to speed on - but while they were at it.

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Use it as reference for performance management.

There are some negative points in this book but still, I would recommend this book as a reference, as you will most likely have to come back to certain parts due to its overwhelming amount of data and information that it contains.

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Basic knowledge

I got about halfway through this before I couldn't bear to listen to such basic concepts anymore. This book would only be insightful to an entrepreneur who has absolutely no idea how to run and build a business nor any idea how data or metrics work. Although I may be a data and analytics professional, some of the lines are just obvious business knowledge. Yes, I think we can all reason that if the "Buy" button on your website doesn't work, that it will impact sales. Thanks for that nugget.

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I am so impressed with "Lean Analytics".

This is one of two books you should have in your arsenal. Traditionally, I love theory based books, but this book gave me more than just concept, this book focused on the concept, actionable insights and case studies. It is certainly the best reference to learn and understand practical startup metrics and analytics. I am so impressed with "Lean Analytics" that I will be purchasing copies for all of my startups.

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It's really worth the reading.

This book is not only for those looking up to build a startup. It's actually for everyone who needs to understand metrics in a fundamental level, rather than just choosing randomly any numbers that might appear on Analytics. I liked it very much and would very much recommend it to anyone. It's really worth the reading.

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  • Pamela
  • 28-09-18

Analysis methods to understand.

I am writing this review on my kindle so apologies for the typos. This book is definitely worth a read. the case studies presented are clear and concise. what I liked the most was the industry metric examples. really gives you useful information to work off of.

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  • Leroy
  • 28-09-18

The Lean Startup & Running Lean.

This book gives you great overview of different techniques and methods needed to understand your product much better in different stages of it. If you are the one building your product using Lean, then you need this book to choose right data analysis methods to understand how your product is actually being, or more important, not being used by your customers, in order to choose next steps needed to put it in better position.

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  • Wilda
  • 28-09-18

A great analytics for startups.

Very good read which breaks down analytics for startups. Helps you to quickly orient yourself to measuring what matters in starting a new business venture, including web service businesses.

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  • Janet
  • 28-09-18

Learn something special here, Lean Analytics.

This book is all about measurement, how to choose a metric, how to measure it, how to use the results in running your startup.
Lean Analytics believes should only have "One Metric That Matters" at any time; and a collection of supporting KPIs.

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  • 28-09-18

Practical, To the Point.

I found the book well-written; description are very helpful, it gave me some "harder edges" around the use of metrics in my own startups. This book is all about measurement, how to choose a metric, how to measure it, how to use the results in running your startup. Lean Analytics believes should only have "One Metric That Matters" at any time; and a collection of supporting KPIs.

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  • 28-09-18

Lean Startup for Developers...

If you're a software developer or engineer and you want to cut thru the marketing hype surround Lean, this book emphasizes the analytical aspects of the Build-Measure-Learn cycle. It will change the way you think about your software product development. It will prevent you wasting time building features that no-one wants, and empower you learn what you should build to make the most impact.

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  • 28-09-18

I loved Lean Startup book.

I loved Lean Startup book, but always felt there is much more to say about metrics, so I was really excited to hear Ben and Alistair are working on this topic. And the book exceeded even my high expectations. It's clearly written, smartly structured and examples are great. Well, one of examples is actually in the same domain as my own company - so it saved my a couple of headaches and experiments already!