December 2, 2014
If you’re new to entrepreneurship and haven’t yet touched a book on the topic – let alone taken a course on it – give yourself twenty minutes this week to watch this video from Stanford University to learn about the 9 key frameworks of entrepreneurship.
Part three of an entire series on technology entrepreneurship, the lecture comes from Stanford’s very own engineering department – you know, the one where all the tech greats hail from? Presented by assistant professor of management science and engineering, Chuck Eesely, the lecture explores the many different entrepreneurship frameworks that are utilized today on the marketplace, from the Byers, Dorf and Nelson model to Blank’s Customer Development Process.
Watch the video on the 9 key frameworks of entrepreneurship:
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