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E 140 - A Leadership of Technology Ventures
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Welcome The Journey Begins Mayfield Fellows Program 2009 Engineering 140A Session 1 Management and Leadership of Technology Ventures E140A Slide 1 Agenda and Roles Tina Seelig Sarah Arora Tom Byers Our 2009 Fellows E140A Slide 2 Page Icebreakers E140A Slide 3 2009 Mentors E140A Slide 4 Page Our Big Hairy Audacious Quest 1 How do we prepare students to be innovative and creative professionals 2 How do we prepare students for a global workplace Source David Wormley Penn State E140A Slide 5 http stvp stanford edu E140A Slide 6 Page STVP s Market Segments 6K Stanford science and engineering students each year plus others on campus 3K entrepreneurship educators at universities colleges around the world 3 million students and professionals around the world eager to learn high growth entrepreneurship and innovation E140A Slide 7 Growth of Design and Entrepreneurship Education E140A Slide 8 Page Entrepreneurship Education s Driving Forces 1 Student s 2 Region s Skill Economic Development Development 3 School s Reputation Competitive Advantage 4 Planet s 21st century Major Crises E140A Slide 9 Skill Development Creating T Shaped People Breadth of Knowledge about Entrepreneurship Innovation and Leadership Depth of Knowledge in a Particular Discipline Page E140A Slide 11 E140A Slide 12 Page http ecorner stanford edu E140A Slide 13 E140A Slide 14 Page What is Entrepreneurship Anyway Exercise E140A Slide 15 Entrepreneurship is a management style that involves pursuing opportunity without regard to the resources currently controlled Entrepreneurs identify opportunity assemble required resources implement a practical action plan and harvest the rewards in a timely flexible way Any attempt at new business or new venture creation such as self employment a new business organization or the expansion of an existing business by an individual a team or an established business A way of leading that can be taught and learned References Various Including Harvard and Babson Page E140A Slide 16 What is High Technology E140A Slide 17 Mayfield Fellows Program Learning is based on discovery guided by mentoring rather than on the transmission of information Boyer Commission Report on Undergraduate Education E140A Slide 18 Page A Program for All Seasons Each Fellow has 3 Mentors for 2009 Venture Capitalist Alumnus of MFP Entrepreneur Summer Employer I SPRING Students learn structure and methods of start ups Students search for paid assignments at high tech start up companies 3 Courses Paid Summer Internship III AUTUMN Students bring back experiences and learn from them as a group II SUMMER Leverage the power of realworld hands on experience The Essence of Entrepreneurship is Action Fits Well with Kolb Kolb s Stages of Learning Learning Model 1 70 2 3 4 Thinking Conceptualization Watching Observation Feeling Passive Experience Doing and Active Experience 90 Through MFP E140A Slide 20 Page Let s Get Organized E140A Slide 21 MFP MFP Reference Steven Brandt E140A Slide 22 Page E140A By the Numbers Inputs Outputs 4 Texts Moore Collins and Lazier Dorf and Byers Riggs 4 Key Models Frameworks including Collins and Lazier s V I E Moore s Chasm Cialdini s Influence and Sahlman s Dynamic Fit 3 Special Sessions on Leadership 10 In depth Case Studies Skills Workshops Job Search Accounting Online Video Clips Web based Readings and Email Broadcasts Special MFP Events receptions at KPCB and DFJ 29 Teachers and Mentors 3 Stanford Sarah Tina Tom 6 Venture Capital Mentors 12 MFP Alumni Mentors 12 Distinguished Guests entrepreneurs and VCs Group Case Openings and Email Homework Assignments Term Project MFP Forum Postings on Google Summer Job Search and Selection Defining Our Culture and Personality in MFP 2008 Bottom Line The theory of entrepreneurial leadership as preparation for the practical experience in the summer A Success Formula for MFP Show up on time and be truly present with us e g no FaceBook email cell phones etc Be nice to people e g constructive comments only careful listening and one speaker at a time Do what you say you will do and deliver more than you promise e g real entrepreneurs get things done Do it with energy and passion e g everyone contributes and participates Reference JM Perry Page E140A Slide 24 Primary Question or Concern E140A Slide 25 A To Do List for this Week Skim everything on the MFP and E140A s site today Prep for Session 2 on Thursday regarding the job search read its session page carefully on E140A site Start reading due in Session 3 E140A Slide 26 Page


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