Lean LaunchPad Educators Seminar
The next LLP Educators Seminar will take place on November 3-5, 2014 at the Hilton Santa Cruz/Scotts Valley
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We’ve learned a lot about entrepreneurship. Perhaps our curriculum should reflect what we’ve learned?
~ Steve Blank
About the Lean LaunchPad
“Very valuable to anyone trying to start using LLP at their school.”
Prerequisites: The course is taught in two modules, a Foundation Workshop (see below) and the Intermediate Workshop. The 2-day Intermediate Workshop is taught assuming familiarity with the foundations of the Lean Startup: the business model canvas, the customer development process and agile engineering.
Qualifications: This course is designed for educators affiliated with an educational institution, i.e., who want to develop a course to teach students lifelong entrepreneurial skills. An application is required. Priority will be given to:
The Lean LaunchPad Foundation Workshop
This workshop is part of the Lean LaunchPad Educators Seminar described above. A half-day seminar for those not conversant with the business model canvas, the customer development process or agile engineering. This class provides an introduction to these basic tools and methods, which are the foundation elements of the Lean LaunchPad process. The purpose of the class is to prepare for successful participation in the Lean LaunchPad Educators Seminar and is held directly before it.
Prerequisites: None. Educators with advanced knowledge of business model design and customer development may opt out of this session.
Qualification: Application and enrollment in the Lean LaunchPad Educators Seminar.
If you are interested in being contacted when Seminar dates and location are posted, please request to be added to our list: LLP@nciia.org.
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