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Watch The Kauffman Foundation President and CEO Carl Schramm discuss three critical things that entrepreneurs do- they birth the new, create jobs and create wealth.
Kauffman Foundation’s Thom Ruhe provides a quick overview and introduction to FastTrac and eMindset, part of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative.
The Kauffman Foundation’s Thom Ruhe give his POV on Steve Ballmer's address to the entrepreneurship and engineering students at Stanford University. The full video of Steve Ballmer's presentation is available in the video library.
Thom Ruhe from the Kauffman Foundation discusses the new book The Big Short, by best-selling author Michael Lewis. The book details the origins and outcomes of the current economic and housing crisis.
Listen to Kauffman Foundation’s Thom Ruhe discuss “Who Owns the Icehouse?” a two-part learning initiative designed to inspire and engage America’s youth in the unlimited opportunities that an entrepreneurial mindset can provide. The Icehouse initiative is looking for modern day examples of others like Uncle Cleve who have compelling entrepreneurial stories. Submit your story today at www.WhoOwnsTheIcehouse.com!
Paul Yock interviews Su-Mien Chong, regulatory consultant, on the Acclarent(tm) regulatory strategy.
Alec Ross, Senior Advisor for Innovation in the Office of Secretary of State and Co-founder of global non-profit One Economy, discusses in detail innovation policy and how it can change national diplomacy. In addition, Ross offers advice to global innovators, stressing quality time management, effective hiring practices, the mutual benefits of mentoring, and assertive risk practices.
Josh Makower, CEO of ExploraMed, speaks briefly about his experience working in medicine and technology. Dr. Makower also discusses at length the numerous political, financial, and regulatory hurdles against future medical innovation, and calls for audience involvement in the tangled web of healthcare, patents, and insurance reimbursement.
Serial entrepreneur Marc Andreessen offers the Stanford audience a rare opportunity to pose open questions. Topics addressed include everything from the state of VC and the stock market, to Facebook's market dominance, to the rebirth of consumer electronics. In addition, Andreessen offers ground rules for the start-up, including tips on attracting top talent.
Lisa Lambert, Vice President at Intel Capital, speaks at length on the experience of working for a mammoth, corporate-backed strategic venture capital firm. She unpacks the challenges of the post-recession VC world, and speaks at length about the industry at large. In addition, Lambert discusses critical issues of work/life balance and the conundrum of personal choices faced when climbing the corporate ladder.
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