Difference Between an Idea and an Opportunity, Lecture by Tom Byers / Stanford (2006)

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Tom Byers lectures on Entrepreneurship for Stanford University students, January 18, 2006. Tom Byers is a professor at Stanford University where he focuses on high-technology entrepreneurship education. He is founder and a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), which serves as the entrepreneurship center for the engineering school. STVP includes the Mayfield Fellows work/study program, Educators Corner website of teaching resources, and global Roundtable on Entrepreneurship Education conferences.Tom is also a faculty director of the AEA/Stanford Executive Institute, a general management program for technology executives. Tom is co-author of the textbook called "Technology Ventures: From Idea to Enterprise" (McGraw-Hill, 2005). Tom also holds a visiting professor appointment at the London Business School and University College London. In this Stanford lecture, he talks about the role of context in high-tech venturing, market positioning and the importance of partnerships and the purpose of a business plan.



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Last Updated: Wed, Oct 4, 2006



Course Details:

- Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Speaker Series

- Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner (ecorner)



Original Course Name: Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Speaker Series

Difference Between an Idea and an Opportunity, Lecture by Tom Byers / Stanford (2006)

Tom Byers in Lecture 3: Role of Context in High-Tech Venturing.
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ANEES KHAN wrote 7 years ago.
YA I M AGREE WITH THIS THAT ENTREPREURSHIP IS NOT BORN THEY
ARE MADE BUT THEY HAVE SOME QUALITIES LIKE ,ACCEPT
CHALLENGES, TAKE RISK, DECISION MAKER,KNOWLEDGEFUL, BUSINESS
RELATIONSHIP


shahbaz ahmed wrote 7 years ago.
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