The Lean LaunchPad Educators Seminar, held at Stanford University in April 2014, will challenge you to rethink your approach to teaching entrepreneurship.
Read more and apply at nciia.org/LLP.
Entrepreneurship education is evolving quickly. The curriculum that was up to date last year is already becoming obsolete; your students, wired into every startup blog, recognize the trends.
But there’s a way for you to keep ahead of the pace of change: offering an updated “Lean” curriculum and courses.
The Lean LaunchPad Educators Seminar, hosted by the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) in collaboration with Epicenter, will challenge you to rethink your approach to teaching entrepreneurship. The Lean LaunchPad emphasizes planning before the plan and searching for a business model before execution.
Led by a team of experienced entrepreneurs and educators, you will experience the Lean LaunchPad process and Customer Development approach to teaching entrepreneurship and new venture development. The program offers both a suggested Lean curriculum as well as the capstone Lean LaunchPad class.
This program is designed for experienced teaching faculty and the entrepreneurs that support them. This is a hands-on program where you will experience the process and be given the tools to create a curriculum and course plan you can put to immediate use. It just might change the way you and your institution teach entrepreneurship.
The Lean LaunchPad Educators Program is hosted by NCIIA and produced in collaboration with Epicenter.
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