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Lean LaunchPad Educators june 2013 Overview v4

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Lean LaunchPad Educators june 2013 Overview v4

  1. LEAN LAUNCHPADEDUCATORSJUNE 18-20, 2013  STANFORD UNIVERSITY
  2. Leading through innovation
  3. Collaborators & sponsors
  4. Tuesday, June 18
  5. Wednesday, June 19
  6. Thursday, June 20
  7. Teaching team• Steve BlankArchitect, Lean LaunchPad™ course• Jerome EngelFaculty Director, Lean LaunchPad EducatorsProgram
  8. Jerome “Jerry” EngelUC Berkeley• Adjunct Professor, Haas School of Business• Founder and Director Emeritus of the Lester Center forEntrepreneurship and Innovation• Teach Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital & Private Equity, TechnologyCommercialization and Innovation in the MBA and Executive EdNSF – National Faculty Director of the Innovation Corps ProgramBusiness• Venture Capital– Monitor Venture Partners, General Partner [Current]– Co-founded: Kline Hawkes Capital [1995]• Entrepreneur– Co-Founder: AllBusiness.com, ElectraScan Inc., CardioProfile– Angel Investor, Board member: Maxis, Leapfrog, MedAmerica, Adaptive Planning• Big Company Experience– 1980s: Ernst & Young, Managing Partner, Entrepreneurial Services Clients: Apple, Intel, Genentech, Sun, Autodesk, Fair Isaac, The Learning Companyand more..– 1970s: KPMG
  9. Steve BlankStartups• 8 Startups in 21 years; semiconductors, supercomputers, enterprisesoftware, video games, consumer products, military intelligenceLean Startups• Father of the Lean Startup Movement; author of the Four Steps to theEpiphany, The Startup Owners Manual, May 2013 Cover story inHarvard Business ReviewEducator• Stanford – Consulting Associate Professor, Berkeley – NSF PrincipalInvestigator & Lecturer, Columbia – Lecturer• Author of the Lean LaunchPad class, author of NSF Innovation Corpscurriculum, co-author Lean LaunchPad Educators courseCorporate Consulting• Consult for Fortune 1000 companies
  10. Speakers & Panelists• Entrepreneurship ProgramLeaders– Phil Weilerstein– Tom Byers• Experienced LLP Faculty– Jim Hornthal [Princeton]– Michael Marasco [Northwestern]– Frank Rimalovski [NYU & I-Corps]– Steve Zahm [UCSB]– Jennifer Walske [Berkeley]– Vidar Anderson [NEXT]• LLP Graduates– Alice Brooks– Brian Feth– Kevin Yien– Tatiana Ecoiffier– Jonathan Wylie• LaunchPad Central Team– Bhavik Joshi– Kevin Yien
  11. The Lean LaunchPad Ingredients….5 daycourseYOU10 or 12weekcourseLeanLaunchPadApproachNSF I-Corps
  12. Welcome EducatorsTom Byers- Principal Investigator, Epicenter;Professor, Management Science andEngineering, Stanford University; and FacultyDirector, Stanford Technology Ventures ProgramPhil Weilerstein- Executive Director, National Collegiate Inventorsand Innovators Alliance
  13. Steve Blank9:30 – 10:00 AM• Story of the Lean LaunchPad
  14. Who are you?
  15. 542318102Faculty member, lecturer, instructorPrivate sectorNon-governmental organizationCollege or university administratorGovernmental agency0102030405060Which of the following do you primarily identify with?* Some respondents selected multiple answers
  16. 8117220102030405060708090Yes (Y) No (N) n/aHave you ever started a company?* Some respondents selected multiple answers
  17. 429510222739476550220% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Business ModelCanvasCustomerDevelopmentAgileDevelopmentHow much do you know about the following topics?Nothing Ive heard about it Ive read something Im using/teaching it!
  18. Flipped Classroom25 130% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Do you currently use flipped classroom strategies?No (N)Yes (Y)11 30% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%How would you characterize your flipped classroom initiative?(check all that apply)My own initiativeA school/department-wideinitiativeAn institutional initiative
  19. Experiential Learning Strategies26 17 60% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%How would you characterize your experiential learning strategiesinitiative? (select all that apply) My own initiativeA school/department-wide initiativeAn institutional initiative8 330% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Do you currently employ experiential learning strategies?No (N)Yes (Y)
  20. University Attendees
  21. 11642051015202530354045Not at all I include entrepreneurshipcontent in one or more of mycoursesI teach one or more coursesfocused specifically onentrepreneurshipTo what degree do you teach entrepreneurship?
  22. 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%LecturesCase studiesGuest speakersOnlineWhat is your preferred method of instruction?1st Ranking 2nd Ranking 3rd Ranking 4th Ranking
  23. Non-University Attendees
  24. 22180510152025The main focus of my work is ondesigning/delivering training onentrepreneurship or business plandevelopmentSometimes I provide training onentrepreneurship or business plandevelopment as part of my workTo what extent do you provide training on entrepreneurshipor business plan development?
  25. 361295 4 20510152025303540Entrepreneursdoing start-upsOther IncubatormanagersEngineeringstudentsCorporatemanagersVentureinvestorsWho is your main audience?* Some respondents selected multiple answers
  26. Putting yourself on theLean LaunchPad map• Write your initials at the spot that represents your teachingexperience and current context. Use a green marker if youare adjunct, red if you are tenure track.Mainstreet Highly ScalableBootstrap VC FundedInexperiencedwith LLPExperiencedwith LLP
  27. Steve Blank10:30 – 12:15 PM• Business Model Canvas– A Business Analysis Tool– A Scoreboard and a Flip Book• Customer Discovery and Lean LaunchPadApproach– Search vs. Execution– Customer Discovery and Validation– Customer Discovery Videos/ How to conduct adiscovery interview
  28. NCIIAPhil Weilerstein- Executive Director, National Collegiate Inventorsand Innovators Alliance
  29. Business Model Canvasgroup work• Using your pre-course assignment, each group memberpresents to the group an example from their teachingexperience– Business Model Canvas– Critical hypothesis & testing methodology– Product-market fit (for those teaching BMC) or what looks differentthrough BMC (for those w/o BMC experience)– Focus on lessons learned for your students, and you• Your group may be selected to share one of your BMCs withthe entire class tomorrow (8-10 min presentation). Select ONEexample that is most useful as a learning exercise.Until 1:30
  30. Live case studies – student teams1:30 – 3:00 PM• Alice Brooks- Stanford, ADD• Brian Feth- CanScan, Berkeley LLP class, Spring 2012• Kevin Yien- Diabetes, Berkeley LLP class, Spring 2012• Tatiana Ecoiffier- Gut Wiser, Berkeley LLP class, Spring 2013• Jonathan Wylie- Evoke, Berkeley LLP class, Spring 2013
  31. Business Model Canvasgroup work• Using your pre-course assignment, each group memberpresents to the group an example from their teachingexperience– Business Model Canvas– Critical hypothesis & testing methodology– Product-market fit (for those teaching BMC) or what looks differentthrough BMC (for those w/o BMC experience)– Focus on lessons learned for your students, and you• Your group may be selected to share one of your BMCs withthe entire class tomorrow (8-10 min presentation). Select ONEexample that is most useful as a learning exercise.Until 1:30
  32. LEAN LAUNCHPADEDUCATORSJUNE 18-20, 2013  STANFORD UNIVERSITY
  33. Wednesday, June 19
  34. Business Model Canvas exercisepresentations & discussion9:15 – 10:45 AMPresent your group’s example to the entireworkshop– Why did your group select this example?– Lessons Learned– 10 minutes each
  35. Managing the “flipped” classroom11:00 – 12:00 PMSteve Blank and Bhavik Joshi• The use of video as instructional method• Role of Mentors, Advisors, and Teaching Assistants• Teaching formats: 10 or 12 week, 5 day, partiallyremote• The classroom• Real time feedback tools for teachers andparticipants• LaunchPad Central
  36. EpicenterTom Byers- Principal Investigator, Epicenter;Professor, Management Science andEngineering, Stanford University; and FacultyDirector, Stanford Technology Ventures Program
  37. • Each group member shares how you will organize yourcurriculum and teach your courses locally– Bird’s eye view: Share the “Opportunities and Challenges” slidesyou prepared, focusing on the changes you will make goingforward, and the opportunities and challenges that lay ahead– On a more granular level: You are also encouraged to share thepersonalized lecture slides you prepared that will supplement andpersonalize the LLP lectures to your experience and course• Your group may be selected to share an Opportunitiesand Challenges presentation (8-10 min) with the classtomorrow. Select ONE example for this purpose.Opportunities & Challengesgroup workUntil 1:30 pm
  38. Educators in action1:30 – 3:00 PM• Jim Hornthal– James Wei Visiting Professor in Entrepreneurship at Princeton University• Michael Marcuso– Director and Clinical Professor, Farley Center for Entrepreneurship andInnovation, Northwestern University• Frank Rimalovski– Executive Director, NYU Entrepreneurial Institute New York University and I-Corps Instructor for the NYCRIN node• Steve Zahm– Lecturer, Technology Management Program (TMP), University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara,"Creating a Market-Tested Startup Business Model" andPresident, Procore Technologies, Inc.• Jennifer Walske– Assistant Professor, the School of Management, University of San Francisco• Vidar Andersen– NEXT Instructor, Andersen Dierick and Associates (ADnA)
  39. Steve Blank3:30 – 4:30 PM• Entrepreneurship Curriculum in theAge of the Lean LaunchPad– The Search  Execution approach to buildingan entrepreneurship curriculum
  40. Optional session5:15 – 5:45 AMBhavik Joshi and Kevin YienFor those interested, at 5:15 there will be ademonstration of the LaunchPad Central tool.Shuttles back to the hotels will be availablebefore and after this session
  41. LEAN LAUNCHPADEDUCATORSJUNE 18-20, 2013  STANFORD UNIVERSITY
  42. • Each group member shares how you will organize yourcurriculum and teach your courses locally– Bird’s eye view: Share the “Opportunities and Challenges” slidesyou prepared, focusing on the changes you will make goingforward, and the opportunities and challenges that lay ahead– On a more granular level: You are also encouraged to share thepersonalized lecture slides you prepared that will supplement andpersonalize the LLP lectures to your experience and course• Your group may be selected to share an Opportunitiesand Challenges presentation (8-10 min) with the classtomorrow. Select ONE example for this purpose.Opportunities & Challengesgroup work8:00 – 9:00 AM
  43. Thursday, June 20
  44. Opportunities & ChallengesPresentations and discussion9:00 – 11:00 AMPresent your group’s example to the entireworkshop– Why did your group select this example?– Focus on opportunities and challenges– 10 minutes each
  45. LEAN LAUNCHPADEDUCATORSJUNE 18-20, 2013  STANFORD UNIVERSITY

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