PrimerFounder of Songbox

What large successful companies are known to follow the principles of The Lean Startup?

I'm trying to show a buddy of mine who is somewhat more traditional in his business thinking that operating Lean isn't just a gimmick / fad.
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@ericries - Would love to get your input here.
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@mickc79 Capital One, several government agencies, Time Warner Cable, Home Depot, Allstate, Microsoft, Google, Twitter, Tesla, Honeywell, the list is quite long. Lean principles apply quite nicely to most software projects, and big enterprises such as those listed may not be 100% lean, but there are absolutely teams within the org that operate following these principles. Also, can't forget Toyota, the granddaddy of the lean movement with the Toyota Production System.
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@mickc79 Boeing, Eaton, etc. Lots of manufacturing businesses!
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@mickc79 Johnson & Johnson within its Technology Services teams.
@mickc79 What do you mean by traditional in his business thinking? Maybe there's a better way to relate if you think about what are the parts that you disagree with him.
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@alentodorov basically where a bunch of suits sit in an office for 6 months building what they think a product should be, which is then handed to developers who have no say in what happens or how it should be built.
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@mickc79 Good number of PH SaaS products followed Lean methodology.
@mickc79 hey! Sberbank, Russia's largest state-owned bank :)
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@mickc79: GE, Intuit, Humana, American Family Insurance, ING, AIA. These are the big ones that have integrated the Lean Startup process to the point of having a program with playbooks, dedicated trainings, etc.
@mickc79 Australia post uses lean startup principles for most of the new features we work on.