Having a film crew in your living room for two days is something you want to put on your bucket list.
With a ~$2 billion endowment the Kauffman Foundation is the largest non-profit focused on entrepreneurship in the world. Giving away $80 million to every year (~$25 million to entrepreneurial causes)makes Kauffmanthe dominant player in the entrepreneurship space.
Kauffman just launched Founders School -a new education series to help entrepreneurs develop their businesses during the startup stage by highlighting how startups are different from big companies. After weeks honing the script and days of filming, Im honored to present the Startups section of Founders School.
And Im in good company also in the series is Noam Wasserman of Harvard teaching Founders Dilemmas,Craig Wortmann University of Chicago covering Entrepreneurial Selling,Peter McDermott helping understand Intellectual Property, and Nathan Gold offering how to give Powerful Presentations.
These videos are not only great tutorials for founders but also provide educators another source of well produced and curated resources.
These Startup videos are a great general purpose companion to my How to Build a Startup lectures on Udacity.
And you get a tour of my living room
Startups introduction is here
Module 1, What We Know About Startups
Module 2, Startups Versus Big Companies
Module 3, The Lean Method
Module 4, Building Your Startup
Module 5, Pivot or Proceed, How to Decide
The second half of the Startups series is coming in March.
Go watch Founders School now.