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  • Stanford 2012 Lean LaunchPad Presentations — Part 2 of 2

    Originally posted March 14, 2011, at steveblank.com By Steve Blank Today, the second half of the Stanford Engineering Lean LaunchPad Class gave their final presentations. Here are the final four (the first five are here.) Team ParkPoint Capital This team spoke face-to-face with 326 customers. As often happens, this team came into class convinced that their market research proved that their business was providing credit to underbanked customers.  8 weeks later they ended […]

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  • Stanford 2012 Lean LaunchPad Presentations — Part 1 of 2

    Originally posted on March 7, 2012 at steveblank.com By Steve Blank Today, the first half of the Stanford Engineering Lean LaunchPad Class gave their final presentations. Here are the first five. It Feels Like 20 Years Ago Today It’s hard to believe it’s only been a year since we taught the first 10 teams in the Stanford Lean LaunchPad class. To share what we learned, we blogged each of those class sessions, (all the slides can […]

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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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  • Eureka! A New Era for Scientists and Engineers

    Posted on July 28, 2011 at steveblank.com By Steve Blank Silicon Valley was born in an era of applied experimentation driven by scientists and engineers. It wasn’t pure research, but rather a culture of taking sufficient risks to get products to market through learning, discovery, iteration and execution. This approach would shape Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurial ethos: In startups, failure was treated as experience (until you ran out of money). The combination of Venture Capital and technology […]

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  • The Lean LaunchPad at Stanford — Class 3: Value Proposition Hypotheses

    Originally posted on March 25, 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 is part three. Part one is here, two is here. Syllabus is here. Week 3 of the class and our teams in our Stanford Lean LaunchPad class were hard at work using Customer Development to get out of the classroom and test the first key hypotheses […]

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  • The Lean LaunchPad at Stanford — Class 2: Business Model Hypotheses

    Originally posted March 15, 2011, at steveblank.com by Steve Blank Our new Stanford Lean LaunchPad class was an experiment in a new model of teaching startup entrepreneurship. This post is part two. Part one is here. Syllabus here. By now the nine teams in our Stanford Lean LaunchPad Class were formed, In the four days between team formation and this class session we tasked them to: Write down their initial hypotheses for the […]

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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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