2011 Petersen First Class.Lecture Series.Final

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from several hundred submissions Campus-wide reach Cash and mentoring prize packages Automatic berth in “National” Venture Labs Competition in Austin, Texas
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A Paradigm Shift in Entrepreneurship
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Broken Startup Process “Escalation of Commitment” Stage “Escalation of Commitment” Stage “American Idol” Stage “American Idol” Stage “Midnight Genius” Stage “Midnight Genius” Stage “Feature Lock- in” Stage “Feature Lock- in” Stage Russian Roulett e Russian Roulett e “Sales Pipeline Problem” Stage “Sales Pipeline Problem” Stage
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How to Fix a Broken Model
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Business Model Competition First-ever national & international competition Customer development model Learning to fail cheaply Increase startup success rates Last Year’s Finals were Jan. 24, 2011 This Year’s Final are Feb. 3, 2012 Leading-edge material & participants Steve Blank, The Four Steps to the Epiphany Alex Osterwalder, Business Model Generation Eric Ries, Lean Startups Nathan Furr, Nail It then Scale It
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B M C vs. Business Plan Competition : What’s the Difference?
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  • Entrepreneurship, Sales, Business Model Generation, Business Model Competition, Nathan Furr, Entrepreneurship Lecture Series

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