Kawasaki explains that market research, focus groups, and test cases can bog down an entrepreneur and prevent her or him from completing the most necessary task – action! His advice to break the cycle is to think different, polarize people, and find a few soul mates.
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[Transcript] Can’t Stand the Heat? Get Rid of the Friction
In fast-moving environments, look for ways to establish consistency and predictability.
Article 16 minutes
Susie Allen, Writer
Can Tech Get Better at Confronting Ethical Challenges?
Add ethics to your design process by reframing engineering problems in terms of people and values.
Article 5 minutes
Jennifer Fonstad, Aspect Ventures Theresia Gouw, Aspect Ventures Deborah Hopkins, Citi Lisa Lambert, Intel Capital Ann Miura-Ko, Floodgate
How Do You Get a Foot in the Door?
Panelists at the "Women in Venture" discussion share advice on best ways to start a career in venture capital. The speakers include Jennifer Fonstad and Theresia Gouw, both of Aspect Ventures, Deborah Hopkins of Citi Ventures, Lisa Lambert of Intel Capital and Floodgate Fund's Ann Miura-Ko, a lecturer at Stanford. Moderating the panel is Prof. Tina Seelig.
Video 6 minutes