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Getting Started

Entrepreneurship Roadmap Center for Entrepreneurial Studies 2011 - 2012. Resources. Events & Activities. Getting Started. Internship & Career Planning. Student Groups.

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Getting Started

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  1. Entrepreneurship RoadmapCenter for Entrepreneurial Studies 2011 - 2012 Resources Events & Activities Getting Started Internship & Career Planning Student Groups • Participate in the broad range of programs (BBLs, speakers, workshops, small group dinners, etc.) organized by the CES and the Clubs. Have an idea for a speaker or event? Volunteer to organize it! • Take advantage of CES Advisory Sessions with entrepreneurs, investors, and service providers http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/ces/students/counseling • Attend “The Lean Startup” event with Eric Reis and Andy Rachleff on 12/1 (or online) • Apply to be a CES Resident and organize advisory sessions and entrepreneurship programs (Quarterly) • Attend E-Week events across campus: Feb 29-March 7 https://sen.stanford.edu/e-week • Consider running for a leadership position of one of the Clubs (Spring) • Club leaders attend SEN meetings • Center for Entrepreneurial Studies www.gsb.stanford.edu/ces • Center for Social Innovation (for social entrepreneurship) http://csi.gsb.stanford.edu/social-entrepreneurship • Stanford Entrepreneurship Network http://sen.stanford.edu • Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) http://bases.stanford.edu • Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), Stanford School of Engineering http://stvp.stanford.edu • E-Corner http://ecorner.stanford.edu • Stanford Office of Technology Licensing http://otl.stanford.edu • Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu • FIRST YEAR • Attend the CMC/CES Entrepreneurship Mixer (Nov 3) • Learn about the Entrepreneurial Summer Program (ESP) at the BBL in early March or online: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/ ces/students/internships.html • Schedule an advisory meeting with the CMC and then the CES to discuss strategies for sourcing internships (Jan – May) • Sign up for the ESP Updates email https://itservices.stanford. edu/ service/mailinglists • Find applications of companies hiring under ESP in T: drive (Feb – May); or self-source a role • Apply for ESP funding for your summer job at an early-stage company (Feb – May) • Regardless of whether you receive ESP funding, join the ESP program events in May, and July • Apply to take S356: Creating a Startup in the Fall (May) • SECOND YEAR • Attend the ESP Wrap-Up event (October) • If seeking project work to gain additional expertise, look at the CMC job board for “Experiential Projects” • Seek counseling from the CMC and CES on a job search focused on early-stage companies • If pursuing your own idea, seek counseling from the CES and Faculty for advice and contacts • GSB Student Clubs: • E-Club www.gsbeclub.org • Venture Capital Club https://mygsb.stanford.edu/mba/student/organizations/clubs/venture_capital_club.cfm • Energy Club • http://gsbenergyclub.wordpress.com • High Tech Club • http://www.stanford.edu/group/gsbhightech/cgi-bin/ wordpress/ • Social Venture Club http://csi.gsb.stanford.edu/student-clubs • Many other industry specific clubs https://mygsb.stanford.edu/mba/student/organizations/clubs/index.cfm • Other Student Groups: • Stanford Entrepreneurship Network (SEN) – umbrella for many entrepreneurship groups https://sen.stanford.edu • BASEShttp://bases.stanford.edu • Stanford Energy Club http://energy.stanford. edu • Join and become an active member of student clubs • Apply to be on the leadership team organizing the GSB’s annual E-Week programs • Interested in Venture Capital? Attend the “VC 101” presentation, Nov. 15, 2011, 6:00PM, G101 • Explore other entrepreneurship groups and events around campus • If interested in what’s going on at the Engineering School, sign up for the BASES Digest and learn about the Stanford Technology Ventures Program • Attend any or all of the Entrepreneurial Thought Leadership presentations on Wednesdays at 4:30 http://etl.stanford.edu for schedule

  2. Entrepreneurship Roadmap – GSB Entrepreneurship Curriculum (1 of 2) COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR TERM • STRAMGT 353 Formation of New Ventures Leslie, Rachleff Autumn • Ellis, Chambers, Child Autumn • Ellis, Foster Winter • Holloway, Morgridge Spring • STRAMGT 354Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Wendell Winter • STRAMGT 355 Managing Growing EnterprisesGrousbeck Autumn, Spring • Peterson Autumn • Peterson, Dodson Spring • Ellis, Taweel Spring • STRAMGT 356 Creating a Startup IMendelson Autumn (by application) • STRAMGT 366 Creating a Startup IIMendelson et al Winter (by application) • STRAMGT 351 Building and Managing Professional Sales Organizations Bowman, Stevens Winter • Lattin, Levine Spring • STRAMGT 359 Aligning Start-Ups with Their Market Barnett, Rachleff Spring • STRAMGT 367 Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Aubrey, Wei Spring • STRAMGT 567 Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Aubrey, Wei Spring (Half Class) • STRAMGT 368 Strategic Management of Nonprofits & Social Ventures Meehan Winter • STRAMGT 371 Strategic Management of Technology and InnovationBurgelman, Siegel Fall • STRAMGT 508 Entrepreneurship from the Perspective of WomenGruenfeld, Sweeney Autumn (Compressed) • STRAMGT 513 New Venture Pitch Workshop Reiss Autumn (Compressed) • STRAMGT 543 Entrepreneurial Acquisition Dodson, Kelly Autumn (Compressed) FOUNDATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSES STRATEGY ELECTIVES Interested in Social Entrepreneurship? See the related Roadmap: https://mygsb.stanford.edu/gsb/mygsb/mba/academics/programs/pmp/loader.cfm?csModule=security/getfile&PageID=236433

  3. Entrepreneurship Roadmap – GSB Entrepreneurship Curriculum (2 of 2) COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR TERM FIN 319 Private Equity Investing Seminar McDonald Autumn FIN 321 Investment Management & Entrepreneurial Finance McDonald Autumn (Compressed) FIN 329 Investment Seminar McDonald Autumn GSBGEN 306 Real Estate Investment Abbey Winter GSBGEN 334 Family Business Linbeck Winter GSBGEN 360 Sports Business Management Foster Winter GSBGEN 520 The Frinky Science of the Human Mind Baba Shiv Autumn (Compressed) GSBGEN 525 From Business Concept to Business Plan Mendelson, Ciesinski Autumn (Sept Session) GSBGEN 542 How to Tell a StoryAaker Autumn (Sept Session) GSBGEN 551 Innovation and Management in Health Care Chess Winter GSBGEN 561 Sports Business Financing Foster Spring GSBGEN 566 Real-Life Ethics Leslie Autumn GSBGEN 586 Poverty, Entrepreneurship, and Development Sorensen Autumn (Sept Session) MKTG 324 New Product DevelopmentDraganska Autumn OB 363 Leadership Perspectives O'Reilly, Peterson Autumn OIT 333 Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme AffordabilityPatell, Beach Winter OIT 334 Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme AffordabilityPatell, Beach Spring OIT 343 D-Lab: Design for Service Innovation – Healthcare Services Patell, Zenios Spring OIT 343D-Lab: Design for Service Innovation – Financial ServicesZenios Spring OIT 356 Electronic Business Mendelson Winter OIT 384 Biodesign Innovation: Needs Finding and Concept CreationZenios, Brinton, Yock, Milroy Winter OIT 385 Biodesign Innovation: Concept Development, Implementation Zenios, Brinton, Yock, Milroy Spring FINANCE ELECTIVES GENERAL ELECTIVES MKT & OB OPERATIONS & IT ELECTIVES

  4. Entrepreneurship Roadmap – Across the Street Entrepreneurship Courses COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR TERM MS&E 270Strategy in Technology-Based CompaniesEisenhardt Autumn MS&E 271 Global Entrepreneurial MarketingKosnik, Novitsky, Smith Winter, Spring MS&E 273 Technology Venture Formation Lyons, Maclean Autumn MS&E 276 Entrepreneurial Management & Finance Byers, Lin Spring MS&E 277 Creativity & Innovation Seelig Spring MS&E 280 Organization Behavior & Management Sutton Winter MS&E 472 Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar Byers, Kosnik, SeligAutumn, Winter, Spring ME 208 Patent Law & StrategySchox Fall ENGR 245 Technology Entrepreneurship & Lean Startups Blank, Miura-Ko Winter EE 203 The Entrepreneurial EngineerMelen Winter MS&E 290 Designing for Sustainable Abundance Dunn, Waisberg Winter ME 301 Launch Pad Klebahn, Dearing Spring ME 316 Design Garage Kelly, Kahn, Burnett, Klebahn Winter/Spring (2 Q) ME 377 Design Thinking Bootcamp Booth, Janka, et al Autumn ME 380 Collaborating with the Future Banerjee, Shiv Spring SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING D.SCHOOL For more information on courses across the street School of Engineering/Stanford Technology Ventures Program: http://stvp.stanford.edu/teaching/courses.html HasnoPlattnerInstititue of Design at Stanford (“d.school”): http://dschool.stanford.edu/classes/ E-IPER courses: http://e-iper.stanford.edu/academic.jointms.curriculum.php General: http://explorecourse.stanford.edu

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