Entrepreneur Training Videos
Companies looking to be innovative face a conundrum: policies and procedures designed to make them efficient oftentimes stifle innovation. Unlike start-ups which are innovative by design, most organizations believe innovation can only happen by exception or heroic efforts.
How do you take an idea and turn it into a 100-million dollar enterprise—seemingly overnight? Based on five years of academic research, Amy Wilkinson has isolated six entrepreneurial skills that can carry an idea from start-up to scale in the midst of this rapidly changing economy. Free Online Preview
Imagination envisions things that don’t exist. Creativity applies imagination to solve problems. Innovation uses creativity to come up with unique solutions. Entrepreneurship brings innovation to the world.
While big companies have many advantages—lower production costs, greater bargaining power, access to financial markets—a clear disadvantage is the separation between management and ownership. Small businesses, on the other hand, often have the distinct advantage of operating with an ownership mentality that allows them to move more quickly with a more motivated workforce. (DVD or Video Streaming)
If you can see it, you can be it.” Based on 25 years of experience in Silicon Valley, David DeWalt’s first principle for building a successful enterprise is to communicate a strategic vision—capturing employee loyalty
In this fast-paced, entertaining, and idea-loaded program, you’ll learn dozens of innovative tactics for selling and marketing your products and services more effectively than ever before. You’ll hear clever stories loaded with insights, ideas, and humor. And finally you’ll be reminded of some of the most important sales basics that many of us tend to forget.
In this lively and informative presentation, Bill Gates gives you his perspective on where technology is headed. Expanding on his belief that we're "really just at the beginning," he shares his goals for the current decade—advances in networking and application interactivity; increases in reliability and ease of use; and improvements in productivity, as information sharing becomes more and more efficient.