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Lean Start-up Methodology a Poor Fit for Robotics
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Dan Kara: Lean Start-up methodology favored by some in robotics industry, but unsuitable for robotics development
By Dan Kara, Analyst-at-Large


Lean Start-up methodology has found favor with some in the robotics industry.  Unfortunately, it is unsuitable for robotics development

You never hear “robotics” and “business process engineering” in the same sentence. 

Among my robotics associates, I know of no one who has Tom Peters, Peter Drucker or Jack Welsh on their bookshelves.  Malcolm Gladwell’s “The Tipping Point” and Geoffrey Moore’s “Crossing the Chasm” are the rare exceptions that prove the rule.

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