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  • Back to Colombia: Vive La Revolución Emprendedora!

    My co-author and business Partner Bob Dorf spends much of his time traveling the world teaching countries and companies how to run the Lean LaunchPad program. He’s back to Bogota, Colombia this week for round two. —– Back to Colombia: Vive La Revolución Emprendedora! Lean LaunchPad Colombia starts again today in Bogota with 25 more teams of tech entrepreneurs and at 25 mentors from the country’s universities, incubators, and chambers […]

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  • Developing a 21st Century Entrepreneurship Curriculum

    In 2012, in partnership with Stanford University, U.C. Berkeley and NCIIA, Jerry Engel and I first offered the Lean LaunchPad Educators Class. The class was designed to teach educators (and the entrepreneurs that support them) the Lean LaunchPad approach (Business Model Design, Customer Development and Agile Engineering) for teaching entrepreneurship. In addition the class offers a suggested “Lean Entrepreneurship” curriculum and the details of how to teach the capstone Lean LaunchPad class. Sidnee Peck from Arizona State University’s Carey School of […]

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  • The NSF ICorps Class 2 — The Business Model Canvas

    Originally posted Dec. 22, 2011, at www.steveblank.com By Steve Blank The Lean LaunchPad class for the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps is a new model of teaching startup entrepreneurship. This post is part two. Part one is here. Syllabus here. The 21 NSF teams had been out of the classroom for just 15 hours as they filed back in with their business model canvas presentations.  Their assignment appeared (to them) to be deceptively […]

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  • There’s Always a Plan B

    Originally posted on August 15, 2011 at www.steveblank.com By Steve Blank Everyone has a plan ’till they get punched in the mouth.  Mike Tyson One of the key distinctions between an entrepreneur and an operating executive is an entrepreneur’s almost seamless agility in the face of changing circumstances versus an operating executive’s intense execution focus on a plan. World-class entrepreneurs learn how to combine both. WTF? Driving home over the mountains from […]

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    Daniel Ha – Disqus 1 of 2

    “A strong urge to win drives you to understand many things.“ Disqus is a leading social commenting platform for building and engaging online communities.

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  • Daniel Ha – Disqus 2 of 2

    Daniel Ha – Disqus 2 of 2

    “A strong urge to win drives you to understand many things.“ Disqus is a leading social commenting platform for building and engaging online communities.

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  • Philadelphia University Commencement Speech — May 15, 2011

    Originally posted on May 17, 2011, at steveblank.com By Steve Blank I am honored to be with you as we gather to celebrate your graduation from Philadelphia University. While I teach at Stanford and Berkeley, to be honest… this is the closest I’ve ever gotten to a college graduation. I realize that my 15 minutes up here is all that’s between you and the rest or your life, so if […]

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  • The Lean LaunchPad at Stanford — Class 8: Key Resources, Activities and Expense Model

    Originally posted on May 3, 2011, at steveblank.com by Steve Blank The Stanford Lean LaunchPad class was an experiment in a new model of teaching startup entrepreneurship. This post – part eight – was the last formal lecture. Parts one through seven of the lectures are here, Syllabus is here. While this is the last lecture, the teams still have one more week to work on their companies, and then they have their final presentations […]

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  • A New Way to Teach Entrepreneurship — The Lean LaunchPad at Stanford: Class 1

    Originally posted on March 8, 2011, at steveblank.com by Steve Blank For the past three months, we’ve run an experiment in teaching entrepreneurship. In January, we introduced a new graduate course at Stanford called the Lean LaunchPad. It was designed to bring together many of the new approaches to building a successful startup – customer development, agile development, business model generation and pivots. We thought it would be interesting to share the week-by-week […]

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