Darden School of Business Entrepreneurship Course

Learn entrepreneurship and thought leadership from professors at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business
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Darden School of Business Entrepreneurship Course

Learn entrepreneurship and thought leadership from professors at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business
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This category of videos focuses on entrepreneurship programs and thought leadership at the Darden School as well as through the Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, one of Darden's 'Centers of Excellence'.
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  • SECTION 1:
    Free Course Lectures
  • 1
    Convincing Others to Invest in Your Business
    41:34
    Part 8 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Philippe Sommer, Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at Darden.
  • 2
    Writing a Business Plan
    28:57
    Part 7 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Liz Pyle, Pyle Associates, LLC
  • 3
    Being Account-able: Taxes, Compensation, and Expenses
    51:11
    Part 5 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Rick White, CPA, Hoffman White & Company.
  • 4
    Intellectual Property: Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright
    49:21
    Part 4 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Peter Davis, Attorney, Morrison & Foerster.
  • 5
    Legal Matters: Starting and Growing Your Business
    54:29
    Part 3 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Lisa Tomasetti, Attorney and Greg Giammittorio, Attorney, Morrison & Foerster.
  • 6
    A Day in the Life: Exploring Personal Trade-offs
    50:25
    Part 2 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Liz and Ian Ratcliffe, CEO, Stemgent, Inc. and Toan Nguyen, Owner, C-ville Coffee.
  • 7
    Why Start a Business? - Taking the Plunge
    01:20:49
    Part 1 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community.The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners.The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Philippe Sommer, Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at Darden and Saras Sarasvathy, Professor of Business Administration at Darden.
  • 8
    Nottingham-Spirk: Blending Economics and Design
    05:06
    This video case-study from the Batten Institute at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business presents the approach to innovation followed by Nottingham-Spirk, an innovation and design consultancy based in Cleveland, Ohio. The firm specializes in improving everyday products and then re-designing them to sell at prices lower than elsewhere in the market. Following the design path of one product, this video walks students through the firm's seamless process, illustrating how Nottingham-Spirk manages to maximize quality and consumer appeal, yet still keeping costs down. Sean Carr of the Batten Institute and Darden professor Kamalini Ramdas worked with the Darden Media video production team to develop this video. The Batten Institute: Advancing Knowledge About Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
  • 9
    Batten Venture Internship Program
    01:26
    Philippe Sommer, Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, talks about the Batten Venture Internship Program, which provides Darden MBA students the opportunity to pursue summer internships with venture capital firms and their portfolio companies.
  • 10
    Darden Technology Accelerator Course
    01:59
    Philippe Sommer, Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, talks about the Technology Accelerator Course that is currently being developed for the MBA program.
  • 11
    Darden Business Incubator
    02:26
    Philippe Sommer, Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, talks about the Darden Business Incubator which is designed to help MBA students who are interested in developing promising early-stage business ventures.
  • 12
    Darden BioInnovation Course
    01:46
    The Darden BioInnovation Course deals with biomedical product innovation, design, and commercialization and is designed to foster innovative, hands-on collaboration across disciplines to identify and frame clinically based challenges at the University of Virginia health center.
  • 13
    Darden Professor and Author Jeanne Liedtka on "The Catalyst"
    05:03
    "The Catalyst: How You Can Become an Extraordinary Growth Leader" from authors Jeanne Liedtka, Robert Rosen and Robert Wiltbank was published in March 2009. Mid-level managers may have absolutely no clue where to begin in the quest for growth; or they may have some ideas but not a shred of data to prove that any of them will move the revenue needle. And these managers face not only stretch goals but also, paradoxically, the many obstacles to achieving them-such as inflexible processes and a passion for data and analysis-that are common in large organizations. The most valuable lessons for these managers come straight from their peers: the managers within mature, established corporations who have the talent and skill for driving organic growth. Like chemical catalysts, they make things happen quickly that wouldn't without them, mostly by virtue of their ability to navigate between two worlds: the corporate world, designed for stability and control, and the entrepreneurial world, which is defined by uncertainty. It is the stories of these growth leaders that the authors tell in "The Catalyst". Visit the Darden Executive Education website for information on the course on Leading Organic Growth at http://www.darden.virginia.edu/exed/p...
  • 14
    Professor Michael Lenox on Green Technology
    58:00
    Michael Lenox, Darden Professor and Executive Director of the Batten Institute discusses Green Technology in the first of a series of talks as part of Darden's Academical Village Program. Darden's Academical Village series includes fireside chats, lunch forums with Darden faculty, many of whom represent the School's Centers of Excellence, and "unsolved business mysteries". Recorded October 5, 2009.
  • 15
    Darden Business Projects
    01:53
    Darden Business Projects (DBPs) are for-credit MBA projects in which students frame issues, analyze data, and present solutions in a real-world environment. There are three types of DBPs: consulting, venturing, and case writing.
  • 16
    Serial Entrepeneurs
    01:18:07
    Panel Discussion from the E-Conference at Darden, November 19-20, 2009. John Chapin '96, Peter Rice '72, Patrick Sweeney '98 Scott Tolleson '89.
  • 17
    Entrepeneurs after Darden
    01:26:21
    E-Conference at Darden, November 19 2009. Panel Discussion with Sam Eidson '99, Jeff Gardner '99, Steve Silbiger '90, and others on Life as an Entrepeneur after Darden.

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