I’ve no startup or great social business or entrepreneurship. But I’ve Google, and a sarcastic mind to learn everything from green signal of street to Donald ‘Dude’ Trumps environmental policy for Mars.
I create this post for save some links on startup and sense of entrepreneurship.
I find that there is some great enlightenment from Stanford University. In Fall 2014, some great experts on various startup and business introducing a course on startup development.
This post is basically a collective post on this course.
Lecture 1 – How to Start a Startup (Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz)
Lecture 2 – Team and Execution (Sam Altman)
Lecture 3 – Before the Startup (Paul Graham)
Lecture 4 – Building Product, Talking to Users, and Growing (Adora Cheung)
Lecture 7 – How to Build Products Users Love (Kevin Hale)
Lecture 8 – How to Get Started, Doing Things that Don’t Scale, Press
Lecture 9 – How to Raise Money (Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Parker Conrad)
Lecture 10 – Culture (Brian Chesky, Alfred Lin)
Lecture 11 – Hiring and Culture, Part 2 (Patrick and John Collison, Ben Silbermann)
Lecture 12 – Building for the Enterprise (Aaron Levie)
Lecture 13 – How to be a Great Founder (Reid Hoffman)
Lecture 14 – How to Operate (Keith Rabois)
Lecture 15 – How to Manage (Ben Horowitz)
Lecture 16 – How to Run a User Interview (Emmett Shear)
Lecture 17 – How to Design Hardware Products (Hosain Rahman)
Lecture 18 – Legal and Accounting Basics for Startups (Kirsty Nathoo, Carolynn Levy)
Lecture 19 – Sales and Marketing; How to Talk to Investors (Tyler Bosmeny; YC Partners)
Lecture 20 – Later-stage Advice (Sam Altman)
After completing my class, I’ve to review this lectures and write some enlightenment for social good.
From Norman, OK.
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