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  • Work like a startup?!

    UNICORN16 Harri Kiljander F-Secure 08-Apr-2016

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  • Harri Kiljander, product guy Director, Privacy Protection & F-Secure Freedome

    Computer scientist who got into information visualization, computer graphics and animation, and UI design

    15 years of doing and leading UX design at Nokia

    F-Secure UX design director 201012 F-Secure internal startups 2013: Lokki, KEY, Freedome

    UX and design advisor to a B2B2C startup

    Advisor to EuropeanPioneers startup accelerator

    harri.kiljander@f-secure.com

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  • 40% of companies will not exist in a meaningful

    way in 10 years John Chambers, Cisco Systems

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  • Big companies are very good at doing the old

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  • a. Big structural changes b. Wait and see

    c. Changes based on new vision and strategy

    d. Internal innovations e. Mergers and acquisitions

    f. Three horizons g. Internal startups

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  • A startup is an organization formed to search for a

    repeatable and scalable business model.

    Steve Blank

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  • A startup is a human institution designed to create a new product or service under conditions of extreme uncertainty.

    Eric Ries, Lean Startup

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  • Have a vision Create a set of assumptions Test the assumptions with fast pilots

    create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

    Collect measurements (real measures, not vanity metrics)

    Pivot (redirect or change one/many assumptions) or persevere (continue forward)

    Magic formula found (problem/product fit)

    Find formula for growth (product/market fit)

    Grow fast and take the markets (in Internet-based markets, the first success often takes 80-90% of the market share)

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    Lean Startup

  • 10 rules of successful* internal startups at F-Secure

    * no guarantee!

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  • F-Secure KEY

  • 1. Independent project with maximum control over

    people+budget+process+technologies

    (laws and company values permitting)

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  • 2. Clear top-level target setting and top-level sponsor

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  • 3. Aligned targets with in-house stakeholder teams

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  • 4. Clear focus, no other obligations for team

    and team leader

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  • 5. Somewhat unrealistic schedules & targets

    balanced with full authority

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  • 6. Physical co-location of the

    x-disciplinary team, led by product person

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  • 7. Team must take product/prototype to the market

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  • 8. Minimum Viable Product.

    Build-Measure-Learn. KISS. No dogmas!

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  • 9. Accept/expect/appreciate some people getting upset of

    broken rules

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  • 10. Continuous improvement and lessons learned

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