In this episode, Elijah Eilert is talking to Tristan Kromer about measuring innovation teams.
Fundamentally, teams should be measured against something they can control. What does it mean for innovators who are largely in pursuit of a new business model? How exactly can it be put into practice? What do specific metrics look like? Discover all of that in this episode.
Please let us know what measures you would add and why in the comments!
About the Guest
Tristan Kromer helps product teams go fast.
As a Silicon Valley-based lean startup coach and founder of Kromatic, Tristan works with innovation teams to run at least one experiment/research per week to improve their product and business model.
For larger companies and governments, Tristan and his team work with corporate teams and leaders to build innovation ecosystems.
Tristan designed lean startup programs such as the Build or Die Bootcamp for TechBA (Mexico) and the Innovation Partnership Program (Vietnam-Finland) in addition to being part of Luxr, whose Core Curriculum has been used by 13 accelerators internationally, including Singularity University, 500 Startups, & The United States Innovation Fellows.
He has worked with companies ranging from early stage startups with zero revenue to established businesses with >$10M USD revenue (Kiva, Cancer Research U.K., TES) to enterprise companies with >$1B USD revenue (Unilever, Swisscom, Salesforce, Fujitsu, LinkedIn).
Tristan regularly speaks, appears on panels, and gives workshops internationally with organizations such as the Stanford Center for Entrepreneurial Studies & D-school, Dubai Chamber of Commerce, General Electric (GE), and more.
Originally from New York City, he has lived in Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Vietnam, and currently resides in San Francisco, USA. With his remaining hours, Tristan volunteers his time with early stage startups.
Connect with Tristan
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