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Entrepreneurship and lean startup. Hitting the wall but still going.

Artem Berman, Don't waste time

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76 Lessons (2h 53m)
    • 1. Entrepreneurship and lean startup

      3:12
    • 2. Idea and realization

      1:25
    • 3. The economy of knowledge

      1:40
    • 4. Fruitful debut idea

      2:50
    • 5. What is the best way to start a startup?

      2:42
    • 6. Ideas generation as an exercise

      3:35
    • 7. Should your idea be a revolutionary one?

      3:24
    • 8. Didn't they invent everything?

      2:22
    • 9. Should you protect your IP?

      2:15
    • 10. They have stolen my idea

      2:00
    • 11. Can you sell the idea?

      1:23
    • 12. Invention and innovation

      1:30
    • 13. Startup and family business

      1:31
    • 14. Formulating the goals of your company

      1:36
    • 15. Why is it important to have a goal?

      1:42
    • 16. Stress test of your idea

      2:31
    • 17. Entrepreneur. No more work for hire

      2:38
    • 18. Your first steps... Your last steps

      2:19
    • 19. Danger of the ideas

      1:36
    • 20. Founder leader and manager

      2:40
    • 21. Entrepreneurship and economy

      1:21
    • 22. Founder, the characteristics

      1:14
    • 23. Several founders, how to avoid killing each other?

      1:26
    • 24. Leader and manager - is it the same person?

      2:18
    • 25. Working in group

      3:19
    • 26. What makes a great leader?

      2:16
    • 27. What makes a great manager?

      2:04
    • 28. Should I be a technical savvy?

      2:17
    • 29. Should I be an asshole?

      1:46
    • 30. Finding a motivation

      1:48
    • 31. Stress test of yourself

      2:11
    • 32. A team and roles ambiguity

      3:07
    • 33. Corporate culture why should you care?

      2:10
    • 34. CEO responsibilities

      5:46
    • 35. Hands-on management and delegation

      2:16
    • 36. First to leave if success last if failure

      1:59
    • 37. Let's rock-n-roll

      1:41
    • 38. The magic formula for the success

      1:54
    • 39. Lean startup and its main principles

      1:52
    • 40. MVP and others

      1:53
    • 41. Customer development

      2:35
    • 42. Product development

      2:20
    • 43. Channel development

      2:57
    • 44. Lean startup is dead but still going

      2:39
    • 45. Every fruit has own time

      4:30
    • 46. Stages of the company's life cycle and the implications

      8:04
    • 47. Core competencies and supporting activities

      2:21
    • 48. Communication lines

      3:52
    • 49. Hire and when?

      2:46
    • 50. Cash is the king burning

      2:54
    • 51. CAC CRC CLV

      2:54
    • 52. When is it time to scale?

      2:19
    • 53. Pivot or not and when?

      1:35
    • 54. Intrapreneurship

      0:53
    • 55. Exit strategies

      1:54
    • 56. Most typical errors

      1:48
    • 57. Venture money

      1:10
    • 58. Self funded or on steroids

      3:00
    • 59. Bootstrapping

      1:42
    • 60. Why venture money?

      1:16
    • 61. How do venture funds work?

      1:47
    • 62. Types of VC funds

      2:35
    • 63. When consider VC money?

      2:13
    • 64. Does it come for free?

      1:26
    • 65. Your equity is your blood

      1:41
    • 66. You want to raise, what journey you are about to start?

      2:12
    • 67. How to approach VC?

      2:20
    • 68. Company valuation

      2:21
    • 69. Your pitch

      2:03
    • 70. Negotiations

      2:21
    • 71. A termsheet

      1:16
    • 72. Due diligence

      2:02
    • 73. The paperwork

      2:27
    • 74. Your new role if they kept you

      1:05
    • 75. Managing the BOD

      1:02
    • 76. Don't get used to VC money

      1:18

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Learn about starting own IT startup, the challenges and problems you may face, the stages and specific actions on each, the VC funds functioning. Learn the theory and practical aspects of the world IT companies and IT entrepreneurship.

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Artem Berman

Don't waste time

I am in the IT business for 20 years, and I had lots of experiences opening, running, failing and selling the companies during this time, doing programming (in the beginning) and consulting now. So I guess I have something to share...

www.starwind.com

www.bermana.net

www.saleup.ai

www.iemployed.org

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