How do you scale-up a start-up? How do you make sure a large corporate doesn't stifle innovation?
These are questions - and many more - that Steve Blank has been addressing for decades as one of the world's leading authorities on entrepreneurship and innovation.
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More about Steve:
Steve co-created the Lean Start Up movement through his work on customer development. He has been part of, or co-founded eight Silicon Valley startups. He now teaches entrepreneurship and national security innovation to undergrads and postgrads at Stanford University as an Adjunct Professor. The National Science Foundation adopted his Lean Launchpad class as the U.S. standard for commercialising basic and applied research via the Innovation Corps.
All his course material is open-sourced.
His book 'Startup Owners Manual: the Step-by-Step Guide for Building a Great Company.'
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