LeanCamp is an Open Conference where the worlds of Lean Startup, design thinking, lean innovation, agile and customer experience are connected.
This format is famous worldwide for its unleashing of crossovers knowledge and creating a vibe in the startup community.
What’s an open conference?
An open conference (or ‘unconference’) is organised as open space. There’s no pre-defined agenda – everyone arrives in the morning and can propose (one or more) topic(s) to speak about. Facilitators are present to guide the process and take care of practicalities – otherwise, the participants themselves make the day happen!
An event following according to ‘Open Space Technology.’
There were talks on lean startup, lean thinking, agile development and more:
- Biggest lean startup challenges
- What is lean?
- What can we learn from preschool visual management
- Lean pricing
- Confluence tricks
- Self-elected teams over drawing a straw
- Lean startup @Parcify
- How not to fail as a startup
- Product management for startups
- Lean UX testing
- Lean growth hacking
- How to best initiate lean/lean startup/agile in a traditional company
- Lean startup (financing)
- Chemistry of teamwork
What were the topics?
The day’s schedule is set up with all participants present (the red stickers are dot votes) – so the participants vote on which sessions will take place. The open space provides different tracks and sufficient session slots, so there’s a diversity of topics.