Entrepreneurship Roadmap - Stanford Graduate School of Business

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP ROADMAP
GETTING
STARTED
• 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.ed
u for schedule
STUDENT
GROUPS
CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES 2011 - 2012
EVENTS &
ACTIVITIES
• GSB Student Clubs:
E-Club www.gsbeclub.org
Venture Capital Club
https://mygsb.stanford.ed
u/mba/student/organizati
ons/clubs/venture_capital_
club.cfm
Energy Club
http://gsbenergyclub.word
press.com
High Tech Club
http://www.stanford.edu/
group/gsbhightech/cgibin/ wordpress/
Social Venture Club
http://csi.gsb.stanford.edu
/student-clubs
Many other industry
specific clubs
https://mygsb.stanford.ed
u/mba/student/organizati
ons/clubs/index.cfm
• 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!
• Other Student Groups:
Stanford
Entrepreneurship
Network (SEN) – umbrella
for many entrepreneurship
groups
https://sen.stanford.edu
BASES
http://bases.stanford.edu
Stanford Energy Club
http://energy.stanford.
edu
• Apply to be a CES
Resident and organize
advisory sessions and
entrepreneurship
programs (Quarterly)
• Take advantage of CES
Advisory Sessions with
entrepreneurs, investors,
and service providers
http://www.gsb.stanford
.edu/ces/students/couns
eling
• Attend “The Lean
Startup” event with Eric
Reis and Andy Rachleff
on 12/1 (or online)
• Attend E-Week events
across campus: Feb 29March 7
https://sen.stanford.edu
/e-week
• Consider running for a
leadership position of
one of the Clubs (Spring)
• Club leaders attend SEN
meetings
INTERNSHIP &
CAREER PLANNING
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
RESOURCES
• Center for Entrepreneurial
Studies
www.gsb.stanford.edu/ces
• Center for Social Innovation (for
social entrepreneurship)
http://csi.gsb.stanford.edu/soci
al-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
ENTREPRENEURSHIP ROADMAP – GSB ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM (1 OF 2)
COURSE
TITLE
STRATEGY ELECTIVES
FOUNDATIONAL
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
COURSES
STRAMGT 353 Formation of New Ventures
STRAMGT 354 Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital
INSTRUCTOR
Leslie, Rachleff
STRAMGT 356 Creating a Startup I
STRAMGT 366 Creating a Startup II
Autumn
Ellis, Chambers, Child
Ellis, Foster
Holloway, Morgridge
Wendell
STRAMGT 355 Managing Growing Enterprises
TERM
Autumn
Winter
Spring
Winter
Grousbeck
Peterson
Peterson, Dodson
Ellis, Taweel
Mendelson
Mendelson et al
Autumn, Spring
Autumn
Spring
Spring
Autumn (by application)
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
Spring
Barnett, Rachleff
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 Innovation
Burgelman, Siegel
Fall
STRAMGT 508 Entrepreneurship from the Perspective of Women
Gruenfeld, Sweeney
Autumn (Compressed)
STRAMGT 513 New Venture Pitch Workshop
(Compressed)
STRAMGT 543 Entrepreneurial Acquisition
Reiss
Autumn
Dodson, Kelly
Autumn (Compressed)
INTERESTED IN SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
See the related Roadmap:
https://mygsb.stanford.edu/gsb/mygsb/mba/academics/programs
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP ROADMAP – GSB ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM (2 OF 2)
OPERATIONS & IT
ELECTIVES
MKT
&
OB
GENERAL ELECTIVES
FINANCE
ELECTIVES
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
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 Story
Aaker
Autumn (Sept Session)
GSBGEN 551
Innovation and Management in Health Care
GSBGEN 561
Sports Business Financing
GSBGEN 566
Real-Life Ethics
Leslie
Autumn
GSBGEN 586
Session)
Poverty, Entrepreneurship, and Development
Sorensen
Autumn (Sept
MKTG 324
New Product Development
Draganska
Autumn
OB 363
Leadership Perspectives
O'Reilly, Peterson
Autumn
OIT 333
Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability
Patell, Beach
Winter
OIT 334
Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability
Patell, Beach
Spring
OIT 343
D-Lab: Design for Service Innovation – Healthcare Services
OIT 343
D-Lab: Design for Service Innovation – Financial Services Zenios
Spring
OIT 356
Electronic Business
Winter
OIT 384
OIT 385
Biodesign Innovation: Needs Finding and Concept Creation
Biodesign Innovation: Concept Development, Implementation
Foster
Winter
Chess
Foster
Mendelson
Winter
Spring
Patell, Zenios
Spring
Zenios, Brinton, Yock, Milroy
Zenios, Brinton, Yock, Milroy
Winter
Spring
ENTREPRENEURSHIP ROADMAP – ACROSS THE STREET ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSES
D.SCHOOL
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
COURSE
TITLE
INSTRUCTOR
TERM
MS&E 270
Strategy in Technology-Based Companies
Eisenhardt
Autumn
MS&E 271
Global Entrepreneurial Marketing
Kosnik, Novitsky, Smith
Winter, Spring
MS&E 273
Technology Venture Formation
MS&E 276
Entrepreneurial Management & Finance
MS&E 277
MS&E 280
Creativity & Innovation
Organization Behavior & Management
Seelig
Sutton
Spring
Winter
MS&E 472
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar
Byers, Kosnik, Selig
Autumn, Winter, Spring
ME 208
ENGR 245
Patent Law & Strategy
Technology Entrepreneurship & Lean Startups
Winter
Schox
EE 203
The Entrepreneurial Engineer
MS&E 290
Designing for Sustainable Abundance
Dunn, Waisberg
ME 301
Launch Pad
Klebahn, Dearing
ME 316
Q)
Design Garage
ME 377
Design Thinking Bootcamp
ME 380
Collaborating with the Future
Lyons, Maclean
Byers, Lin
Autumn
Spring
Fall
Blank, Miura-Ko
Melen
Winter
Winter
Spring
Kelly, Kahn, Burnett, Klebahn
Booth, Janka, et al
Banerjee, Shiv
Winter/Spring (2
Autumn
Spring
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COURSES ACROSS THE STREET
School of Engineering/Stanford Technology Ventures Program:
http://stvp.stanford.edu/teaching/courses.html
Hasno Plattner Instititue 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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