Best stvp podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
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The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
 
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Stanford Entrepreneurship Videos
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The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
 
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Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
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The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
 
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Stanford Innovation Lab with Tina Seelig
 
Stanford Innovation Lab is brought to you by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). This series is designed to give you a taste of the topics we explore in our classes on innovation and entrepreneurship. Our host is Stanford’s Tina Seelig, who teaches courses across the university that empower students to be more confident, creative and entrepreneurial in life.
 
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Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
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The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
 
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FRICTION with Bob Sutton
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Work doesn't have to suck. Stanford Engineering Professor Bob Sutton is on a mission to understand friction, that phenomenon that frustrates employees, fatigues teams, and causes organizations to flounder and fail. Loaded with raw and hilarious stories of bureaucratic brilliance, madness, and idiotic inertia, FRICTION unveils powerful tactics to improve the way we work. Listen up as Bob and his guests laugh in the face of petty tyrants, worst practices, and misguided incentives while distill ...
 
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Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
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The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar (ETL) is a weekly seminar series on entrepreneurship, co-sponsored by BASES (a student entrepreneurship group), Stanford Technology Ventures Program, and the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
 
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They look and smell alike, but there is a difference between the two types of messiness in the workplace. That difference is intention. In this episode, Stanford management expert Bob Sutton discusses how organizations achieve a balance between structure and anarchy, like allowing for heated debates within constraints designed to fuel creativit ...…
 
In order to understand how friction helps and harms work, Stanford’s Bob Sutton, author of the forthcoming “Asshole Survival Guide,” interviews management expert Michael Dearing, a former senior vice president at eBay who has done corporate strategy for the Walt Disney Co. and now heads Harrison Metal, a VC and education firm that focuses on ge ...…
 
Startups may want to downplay the free food, beer and haircuts and start hiring and treating workers like the adults they need to thrive long term, according to acclaimed leadership consultant Patty McCord. In this episode, the former chief talent officer of Netflix speaks bluntly with host Bob Sutton about how backstabbing, passive-aggressive ...…
 
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Friction is the force that stands in the way of getting things done, and it’s everywhere because we work in an increasingly complex and collaborative world. But before we can eliminate this costly drag on our time, we must first call out the enemy. In this episode, Stanford management Professor Bob Sutton and Stanford business Professor Hayagre ...…
 
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How often do entrepreneurs and corporate leaders think about issues like fairness, accessibility or unseen biases in the technologies they invent and advance? That’s the challenge for companies leading the digital transformation that’s disrupting every aspect of society, says Toni Townes-Whitley, Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Public Sec ...…
 
Renowned neuroscientist David Eagleman shares his passion for translating the complexities of cognition into mind-blowing inventions and educational material for the masses. The public-television host, bestselling author and Stanford adjunct professor speaks with Tina Seelig of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program about his decision to leav ...…
 
Four alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) return to share what starting businesses in the fields of virtual reality, med-tech, renewable and solar energy have taught them about these industries. In conversation with STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, the panel discus ...…
 
Four alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) return to share what startup life in the fields of virtual reality, med-tech, renewable and solar energy have taught them. In conversation with STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, the panel discusses strategic decision-making, ...…
 
A panel of Stanford alumni who have gone on to entrepreneurial careers describe what success looks like for each of their startups. In conversation with Stanford Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig, the panelists talk about celebrating everyday victories instead of holding out for a singular end goal, but also striving for major impacts like ...…
 
Several young entrepreneurs discuss their most strategic decision at their startup. Etosha Cave, co-founder and chief science officer at Opus 12, says pivoting toward a smaller market allowed her venture to prove its technology while bringing in revenue. Jonah Greenberger, co-founder of solar-energy startup Bright, explains how choosing the rig ...…
 
Alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program reflect on the work culture at their startups. Virtual-reality engineer Cody Karutz talks about how STRIVR Labs, which uses VR to train athletes, is user-centric because it has recruited actual players to help build its products. Jonah Gree ...…
 
A panel of Stanford alumni who have gone on to entrepreneurial careers tell STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig what leadership means to them. Some of the most important traits identified by the panelists include taking responsibility for actions and consequences, leading by example and empowering others through trust, and being able to let go ...…
 
Stanford alumni who have gone on to entrepreneurial careers share insights with Tina Seelig, professor of the practice in Stanford’s Department of Management Science & Engineering. Etosha Cave, co-founder at Opus 12, recalls how dramatically her personal finances were impacted in the early days and how she minimizes stress now. Elaine Cheung, a ...…
 
Jonah Greenberger, co-founder of Bright, a solar-energy startup that delivers subscriptions to homes in developing countries, shares advice he learned from “The Power of Habit,” a book by Charles Duhigg that posits how things people always do seem easy, while things we rarely do seem difficult. Greenberger says the more you fail, the more comfo ...…
 
Bright Co-Founder Jonah Greenberger explains how taking a job at a large corporation before launching his solar-energy startup provided valuable industry experience and insights into how initiatives are executed at scale. Before Bright, he directed Chevron Energy Solutions, and appeared as part of a panel moderated by Tina Seelig, professor of ...…
 
A panel of Stanford alumni who have gone on to entrepreneurial careers reflect on their biggest surprises in the startup world. From left to right, the panel includes moderator and STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, virtual-reality engineer Cody Karutz, med-tech entrepreneur Elaine Cheung, Etosha Cave, chief science officer at Opus 12, and J ...…
 
Four alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) return to share what starting businesses in the fields of virtual reality, med-tech, renewable and solar energy have taught them about these industries. In conversation with STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, the panel discus ...…
 
Four alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) return to share what starting businesses in the fields of virtual reality, med-tech, renewable and solar energy have taught them about these industries. In conversation with STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, the panel discus ...…
 
Four alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) return to share what starting businesses in the fields of virtual reality, med-tech, renewable and solar energy have taught them about these industries. In conversation with STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, the panel discus ...…
 
Four alumni of entrepreneurship-education fellowships offered through the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) return to share what starting businesses in the fields of virtual reality, med-tech, renewable and solar energy have taught them about these industries. In conversation with STVP Faculty Co-Director Tina Seelig, the panel discus ...…
 
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2000 Books for Ambitious Entrepreneurs - Author Interviews and Book Summaries
 
The 4 step process that every entrepreneur must go through in order to take ideas from conception to reality. Dr Tina Seelig is the director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University's School of Engineering. She teaches courses on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship at Stanfo ...…
 
People in Silicon Valley often talk about failing fast. But what exactly does that mean? In this pilot episode of STVP’s new podcast series, Stanford Innovation Lab, Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig interviews serial entrepreneur Alberto Savoia, who describes how to fail smart. Based on his experiences founding two companies, as well as hi ...…
 
People in Silicon Valley often talk about failing fast. But what exactly does that mean? In this pilot episode of STVP’s new podcast series, Stanford Innovation Lab, Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig interviews serial entrepreneur Alberto Savoia, who describes how to fail smart. Based on his experiences founding two companies, as well as hi ...…
 
Tina Seelig author, educator, and executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures program, talks about why most rules are just recommendations, the power of writing a resume of your failures, reframing problems to give us an expanded set of solutions and much more. HIGHLIGHTS: What happens when we do the right things for the wrong reason ...…
 
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