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David Lavenda

David Lavenda

About the Author

David is a product and marketing expert with extensive experience leading early-stage, high-growth technology organizations, especially in the collaboration, IT, cybersecurity, and networking markets. His specialty is helping early stage technology companies "do it right the first time" — get to market quickly and successfully by pragmatically applying Lean Startup principles — from strategy through full execution.

David has been a regular contributor at Fast Company, focusing on how business and people are impacted by new technologies; he has also been published in the Financial Times, Business Week, Entrepreneur and other leading press outlets. David is also an International Scholar for the Society for the History of Technology and is a founding member of the Humanizing the Digital Workplace Consortium. You can reach David at www.davidlavenda.com.

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