Invite only dinner for innovation leaders & renegade intrapreneurs using agile, lean startup, or design thinking principles and methods in increase innovation within an enterprise environment.
(If you haven't been invited by an attendee, please email Tristan.)
Previous attendees include:
Janice Fraser, Author or The Lean Product Book
Laura Klein, Author of UX for Lean Startups
William Pietri, Developer, founder, Lean Startup maven
...and professionals from companies such as Intuit, HP, AT&T, JustAnswer, Yammer, Radium One, Thoughtworks, TripIt, Sharethrough, and Google.
There will be max 12 attendees at a single table and we will change seats three times for open discussion between peers.
Bring a burning question.
All conversations are confidential.
"Great opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and share best practices across organizations." - John Shapiro, Intuit
"I was able to talk with product managers from other companies and find out what issues they are having with implementing lean startup principles."- Steve Finegan, Agiliance
"Get out of your company's echo chamber, learn from others' experiences, and do it all while enjoying delicious food and drinks."- Sandro Olivieri, AT&T
Q: Why is the price so high?
A: There's no profit margin in these events. We just go to nice restaurants and drink wine. Any excess cash will sponsor a professional at a non-profit for our lean enterprise dinners.
Q: Can I expense this?
A: Yes, most attendees do. Check with your CEO, manager, or HR. If you need a previous guest list to justify the event, please email Tristan.
Q: Is there a guest speaker or agenda?
A: Most learning comes from peers exchanging real world experiences, not big speeches. To be as relevant to real issues as possible, the agenda is set by the attendees bringing burning questions to the table.