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Emerging Opportunities in a Post IT Marketplace
Siebel Tom
2/11/2009
Audio Resource
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Tom Siebel, founder of Siebel Systems and current CEO of First Virtual Group, recaps a history of the information technology boom, and pronounces it a nearly stagnant sector. He focuses on the burgeoning interests in energy, healthcare, food and water, and other market possibilities to meet the needs of an expanding, aging, and more affluent global population.

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Negotiation Course
Christensen Stan Shultz George P
11/18/2009
VideoSeries Resource
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George P. Shultz is the Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He was sworn in on July 16, 1982, as the sixtieth U.S. secretary of state and served until January 20, 1989. In January 1989, he rejoined Stanford University as the Jack Steele Parker Professor of International Economics at the Graduate School of Business and as a distinguished fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is a member of the board of directors of Fremont Group and Accretive Health. He is chairman of the J. P. Morgan Chase International Council, chairman of the California governor's Council of Economic Advisers, and U.S. chair of the North American Forum. He is the advisory council chair of the Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency at Stanford University, chair of the MIT Energy Initiative External Advisory Board, and chair of the Energy Task Force at Hoover Institution. He was awarded the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, on January 19, 1989. He also received the Seoul Peace Prize (1992), the Eisenhower Medal for Leadership and Service (2001), and the Reagan Distinguished American Award (2002). He is the recipient of the Elliot Richardson Prize for Excellence and Integrity in Public Service, the James H. Doolittle Award, and the John Witherspoon Medal for Distinguished Statesmanship. The George Shultz National Foreign Service Training Center in Arlington, Virginia, was dedicated on May 29, 2002. Shultz was named a distinguished fellow of the American Economic Association in 2005. He received the American Spirit Award from the National World War II Museum in 2006 and the Truman Medal for Economic Policy in 2007. His most recent publication is Putting Our House in Order: A Guide to Social Security and Health Care Reform (W.W. Norton, 2008), coauthored with John Shoven, Hoover senior fellow and director of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Hi

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Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Lecture
Shoemaker Austin Bhumkar Soujanya Schwarzapel Josh
2/21/2009
VideoSeries Resource
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Josh Schwarzapel is the Product Manager for Cooliris Shopping. Josh has work experience performing financial analysis for Smith Barney, and working on a marketing team at Fox Sports. He also has substantial non-profit experience, having founded a bridge organization to connect Stanford student volunteers and Accion Emprendadora, a non- profit organization in Chile that educates and provides micro-financial services to poor entrepreneurs.

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Panel of Young Entrepreneurs
Shih Clara Lockhart Kimber Seibert Jeff Reeves Josh Garrity Steve Harris Tristan
2/10/2010
Audio Resource
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Six young Stanford grads and entrepreneurs -- Steven Garrity, Clara Shih, Kimber Lockhart, Jeff Seibert, Josh Reeves, and Tristan Harris -- share their experiences starting companies and raising capital. While being in their 20s may seem to be an obstacle to outsiders, they said they "flipped" this liability into an asset -- focusing instead on their raw ability to bring innovative ideas to life. They advise all young entrepreneurs to be persistent, opportunistic, and scrappy.

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Dominique's Desk: Creating community
Christina Sherwood
9/5/2013
Blog Resource
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Solving problems in healthcare isn’t easy, especially given the complexity of the space and the diversity of the stakeholders. Creating communities of engaged stakeholders around a common problem can be a powerful approach to prototyping, testing, and deploying solutions. That’s because these communities bring together people from multiple disciplines and perspectives.

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How early-stage healthcare companies can move fast - despite slow health systems
Christina Sherwood
9/10/2013
Blog Resource
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It's the classic conundrum for healthcare entrepreneurs: You want your business to move fast and grow quickly, but it can take months for large health systems to make a decision about your product or service.

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The right questions to ask about your company’s intellectual property
Christina Sherwood
10/31/2013
Blog Resource
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Intellectual property is one of the toughest subjects for entrepreneurs to understand. From dealing with the tech transfer office to hiring an attorney to filing a provisional patent, IP is a common stumbling block for early-stage entrepreneurs.

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Drug Testing in the Workplace
Sherman Andrew J
3/15/2002
Article Resource
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An effective drug-testing program can make your workplace safer. Base your policy on legitimate business considerations and apply it fairly. Here's how to comply with the law, avoid litigation and encourage employees to seek treatment.

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Business Planning: Building an Effective Business Model
Sherman Andrew J
5/1/2002
Article Resource
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Effective business planning is critical to an entrepreneurial company's long-term success and its ability to raise capital and grow successfully. A properly prepared Business Plan should tell a story, make an argument and conservatively predict the future. All companies have different stories to tell, different arguments to make and different futures to predict, so they must resist the temptation to copy from others or to follow a rigid outline.

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Understanding the Legal and Strategic Issues in Entrepreneurial Outsourcing
Sherman Andrew J
6/1/2005
Article Resource
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Outsourcing provides a solution to a wide variety of tasks that may not be efficient for a company to handle itself, especially an early-stage business that needs to focus on its top priorities.

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