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Software is Eating the Software That's Eating the World
I n 2011, Marc Andreessen famously wrote a prescient claim that “software is eating the world.” His prediction was that software companies would disrupt traditional industries and since then, Read More...
How to Build an App without Programming
A rise in “no-code” tools is letting non-technical founders create technical products without the need to hire a developer. Building an app is hard, right? That’s the usual consensus, Read More...
Eric Yuan's Leadership Lessons for Building Lasting Enterprise Value
Zoom’s first quarter of fiscal 2021, ending April 30, was characterized by an analyst as “the best quarter in the history of enterprise software.” Reported revenue of $328 million Read More...
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Moving Ideas from Lab to Marketplace: A Guide to Research
Many of today’s best innovations – the ones that have created powerhouse companies and have transformed industries, regions and society itself – started as a discovery in a lab. Firms that know Read More...
When Do Scientists Commercialize Their Inventions? Insights From the Theory of Planned Behavior
What would you like to see in the future? Some common answers to this question might include a cure for cancer or other chronic diseases, or technologies that can help feed the world in ways that are Read More...
'Champions' Make Diverse Spin-off Teams More Successful
It’s become increasingly popular to commercialize innovation or technology from universities via spin-off companies. However, this process can be challenging because it usually originates in a Read More...
STEM Students and Faculty Can Gain Entrepreneurial Thinking and Skills
The University of Minnesota MIN-Corps is one of about 100 sites of the National Science Foundation National Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program, which began with great fanfare in 2011 (1) . The Read More...
Teaching Students to Design and Commercialize New Products: A Journey in its Third Decade
Entrepreneurship education takes a variety of forms. In recent years, many colleges and universities have shown an interest in educational experiences that are both “cross-campus” and Read More...
How Strategy and Industry Should Shape Your Choice of Co-Founders
Entrepreneurs who want to turn a great idea into a thriving business inevitably need a team that can make it happen. What increases their odds of a successful venture: hiring mainly technical experts Read More...
Science Parks Connect Entrepreneurs and Public Resources in Emerging Economies
Unlike the US, most developing countries lack the regulatory and financial infrastructure needed to help promote entrepreneurship. Private resources such as venture capitalists, angel investors and Read More...

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