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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    VMware and IBM Discuss the Benefits of Energy Efficiency and Green IT

    In this podcast, the speakers explain about Energy Efficiency and Green IT. The speakers' also discussion around Energy Efficiency and Green IT and the measures one can take today to enjoy cost savings benefits while reducing one carbon footprint.

    Provided By VMW Games

  • Podcasts // Dec 2011

    Oracle Optimized Solutions

    Beyond efficiency and cost-cutting, many CIOs and other IT professionals are now looking to the competitive advantage that effective information technology can bring to bear - viewing IT as a vital business asset rather than a cost center. Integration plays an increasingly essential role, in terms of both efficiency and...

    Provided By Oracle

  • Podcasts // Dec 2010

    Transforming your Data Center into a Converged Infrastructure

    Today we will discuss how the data center of the future is built upon a Converged Infrastructure with Next Generation HP ProLiant BladeSystems powered by AMD Opteron 6100 series processors, and together they help to show that timing couldn't be better to transform your data center. Sponsored by HP and...

    Provided By Hewlett-Packard (HP)

  • Podcasts // Oct 2010

    Solving Problems Makes A Great Business

    In conversation with KPCB's Chi-Hua Chien, Dan Rosensweig, CEO of textbook rental company Chegg, speaks about his professional history within Yahoo!, ZDNet, and Guitar Hero, and shares insights on business in the dot-com trenches. Rosensweig offers his perspective on the evolution of the online media and advertising industries. Additionally, Rosensweig...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Sep 2010

    Entrepreneurial Lessons: Find Value And Make Impact

    Amit Chatterjee, founder and CEO of Hara, the growing energy management solutions company, shares the wisdom of his entrepreneurial experience. He covers an array of topics vital to launching and running a successful enterprise, including the importance of product innovation, new market development, thriving in a competitive landscape, and the...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Sep 2010

    Chile: Launching A Global Entrepreneurship Hub

    Juan Andr?s Fontaine, Chile's Minister of Economy, Development and Tourism, discusses his government's recent practices and programs that strive to develop Chile's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Topics touched upon include government incentive programs to attract international investment, growth and development to Chile's university research and development, and a desire to build the...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jul 2010

    Finding Innovation At The Interface Between Business And Nonprofit

    Leaders with big ideas to change the world face a tough choice early in their careers. Or at least they think they do. If they want to make money and help themselves, they must choose the business sector. If they want to improve the planet and help others, they must...

    Provided By Thunderbird School of Global Management

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    The Ebb And Flow Of Clean Tech And Entrepreneurs

    Twenty percent of the world's population does not have access to clean drinking water, says Miox CEO Carlos Perea. What's an entrepreneur to do? Ideally, find a way to clean and reuse the global water supply that's, "Twice as good at half the cost" of conventional chlorine decontamination. In this...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    Collaborative Innovation And A Pull Economy

    What can extreme surfing and World of Warcraft teach the enterprise? Independent Co-Chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge and former Xerox PARC Chief Scientist John Seely Brown holds them as examples of the power of frequent benchmarking and full industry info-share. He also uses them to show how...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    Getting To Plan B

    While Plan A may begin the backbone on which an entrepreneurial idea is hinged, succinct data gathering and constant market evaluation more often lead to profit with the next idea in line. The tech sector breeds innovation, says KPCB partner and frequent speaker Randy Komisar, and to do so it...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Mar 2010

    Success And Failure Drive Innovation

    Accenture's Liz Tinkham interviews salesforce.com's Polly Sumner about entrepreneurship that occurs in both large and small companies. They both agree that innovation and risk-taking occur in any-sized company where the culture emphasizes "No idea is a dumb idea." Sumner advises young entrepreneurs to not fear risk: every failure teaches you...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    People, Passion, Perseverance: You've Got Entrepreneurship

    People, passion, perseverance. Former AOL CEO and Chairman Steve Case describes these words as the bedrock of successful entrepreneurship. Heading into what may be a "Golden era of entrepreneurship," he says that he relies on the "Three p's" as assessment tools to help guide his direction and goals. When all...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Fred Dust

    Fred Dust, practice lead, IDEO, explains how design thinking can solve business problems. This innovative approach involves designing your way into a solution.

    Provided By University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Panel Of Young Entrepreneurs

    Six young Stanford grads and entrepreneurs - Steven Garrity, Clara Shih, Kimber Lockhart, Jeff Seibert, Josh Reeves, and Tristan Harris - share their experiences starting companies and raising capital. While being in their 20s may seem to be an obstacle to outsiders, they said they "Flipped" this liability into an...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Audio White Paper - A Green Architectural Strategy That Puts IT in the Black

    Green computing tends to focus on individual servers and devices, but even greater benefits can be realized with an architectural strategy that leverages green computing practices across the data center.

    Provided By F5 Networks

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Entrepreneurial Journeys In Healthcare

    It's not just your strengths as a leader, it's your passion, says William Hagstrom, CEO of Crescendo Bioscience, in South San Francisco, CA. He strongly advises future entrepreneurs to think of your business as a worthy crusade. Giving example with his own career, he urges those starting a company to...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Unlearn Your MBA

    David Heineimeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and partner at 37signals in Chicago, says that planning is guessing, and for a start-up, the focus must be on today and not on tomorrow. He argues that constraints - fiscal, temporal, or otherwise - drive innovation and effective problem-solving. The...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Evolution Of A CEO

    Dr. John Adler, Jr. and John "Trip" Adler III discuss their entrepreneurial experience and evolution as a business leader: For Dr. Adler, he describes his bumpy course in developing his biotechnology company, Accuray Incorporated; for his son Trip, he emphasizes the persistence and luck in developing Scribd, a social publishing...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Radical New Product Innovation (Audio)

    Professor Costas Markides discusses innovation, in particular radical new product innovation.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Management Innovation Lab

    Julian Birkinshaw, Co-founder of the Management Innovation Lab discusses why management innovation is a largely unexplored source of competitive advantage.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    John Mullins, Associate Professor Of Management Practice In Marketing And Entrepreneurship

    John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, discusses the EMBA class environment.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Nov 2009

    Successful Independent Promotion: From Artist To Entrepreneur

    Hip-hop artists Quincy Jones III and Chamillionaire discuss mastering the business side of the music industry. Keeping up with cutting-edge technologies, production logistics, and finding creative ways to gain direct audience contact are essential tactics for the self-produced artist in the digital age.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2009

    Responsible Engineering In The Modern Age

    Whereas the 20th century belonged to the scientist, the 21st century, says Sun Microsystems' CTO Greg Papadopoulos, is the domain of the engineer. Rather than secretly toiling away on new discoveries, modern engineers are concerned about social responsibility, renewable materials and product lifecycles, collaborative and open source discovery, and furthering...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2009

    Innovation In A Disruptive Environment

    Steve Jurvetson, partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, offers perspective on the market opportunities in innovation and technology. Topics discussed include the necessity for utter market disruption, interdisciplinary solutions (particularly across the "Bio-nano" life sciences and engineering), and advice for those interested in working in the venture capital arena.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Sep 2009

    Evangelizing For The Lean Startup

    Speaker, author, and entrepreneur Eric Ries shares rapid fire wisdom on building nimble, responsive, and efficient online software-based businesses. He also offers his wisdom on streamlining processes and progressing engineering systems, and puts forth front line insight into why some new ideas succeed where others have failed.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    Clean Tech Challenges And Solutions

    Steve Westly, Founder of clean tech investment firm The Westly Group and former Controller for the state of California, paints a landscape of the present and future opportunities in emerging alternative energy.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    Inside The Mind Of A Reluctant Entrepreneur

    Numenta's Jeff Hawkins, a frequent company founder, inventor, and product designer for Palm and Handspring, highlights lessons learned during his tenure in technology. He also confesses that these accomplishments were mere way stations in his 30-year passionate pursuit of neuroscience.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    The Future Of Microsoft, The Future Of Technology

    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, shares his optimism for emerging innovation in the midst of economic turmoil, and the story of his own entrepreneurial path. He also speaks of his company's continued investment in Internet-ready hardware and software that seeks progress in healthcare, education, and science.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Under The Lid Of BioFuelBox

    Clean tech is the topic discussed between Steve Perricone, CEO of waste management and energy company BioFuelBox, and one of his investors, DFJ veteran VC Jennifer Scott Fonstad. In addition to discussing the company's technology, structure, and applications, they also expound on current stimulus dollars for alternative energy systems.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Building An Organization, Building A Team

    After two decades in start-up entrepreneurship, Mari Baker, current CEO of PlayFirst, shares some of her lifelong strategies for long-lasting success. She stresses defining the relentless purpose of the enterprise, honing a focus, and building a conscious company culture, amongst other backbone-building tasks.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Vision Matters

    Jensen Huang, co-founder and CEO of NVidia, discusses the importance of having a big vision when starting a new venture. He says that you should not be daunted when others, including early customers, don't share your vision because they don't share your world view. Huang's vision for NVidia involves building...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2009

    Innovation As The Crux Of Entrepreneurship

    In academia and the private sector, innovation is the most elusive element. And, adds Stanford University President John Hennessy, it's also needed to solve crucial local and global issues. In this address that launches the University's prestigious Entrepreneurship Week event, Hennessy discusses the evolving interplay between higher learning and commercial...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Nov 2008

    Young At Heart: How To Be An Innovator For Life

    Tom Kelley, general manager at the world-renowned design firm, IDEO, presents five core practices that enhance creativity. Through entertaining stories and examples, he describes how these techniques help us all become more innovative in every aspect of our lives and lead to more success.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Nov 2008

    A Cuil Tune-Up For Search Engines

    As a research scientist at Stanford University, Anna Patterson committed herself to indexing the world's online information. Her latest venture, Cuil (pronounced "Cool") is a search engine that is challenging Google. She explains how she is using her experience with startups and non-profits to take on her former employer.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    Is Innovation Withering On The Vine?

    JLabs LLC CEO and author Judy Estrin puts the processes and philosophies of innovation under the microscope. Her current analysis indicates that we're short-changing the business arena and culture at large, as we've stopped planting the seeds for true, monumental invention and problem-solving.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    The Black Swans Of Energy Invention

    Toss the old notions of environmentalism into the recycling bin. Investor Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures shatters conventional wisdom of energy reduction, and instead encourages entrepreneurs to solve environmental problems via cost-effective, innovative, and scalable engineering.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    Balancing Economy, Equity, And Ecology Through Design

    How do we love all of the children of all species for all time? The unlikely answer comes from architect, materials designer, VC, and eco-efficiency expert William McDonough, who sees the challenge of cycling biological and technical "Nutrients" as industry's ultimate goal.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    The Next Wave Of Industry: Global Clean Tech

    Mohr Davidow Ventures partner Erik Straser offers insight on the unfolding sector of new energy technologies, and discusses how it will be affected by an economy in credit crisis. He unveils the market's high level of industrial innovation, and offers students of entrepreneurship sound advice on finding the next crest...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    Retooling Early Stage Development

    Ninety-percent of Silicon Valley's start-ups fail not because of faulty product, but because they don't tap the right market and they don't know their customer. Well-seasoned serial entrepreneur Steve Blank drafts a new model for plotting the path between good idea and market success.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Radical New Product Innovation (Audio)

    Professor Costas Markides discusses innovation, in particular radical new product innovation.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Management Innovation Lab

    Julian Birkinshaw, Co-founder of the Management Innovation Lab discusses why management innovation is a largely unexplored source of competitive advantage.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    John Mullins, Associate Professor Of Management Practice In Marketing And Entrepreneurship

    John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, discusses the EMBA class environment.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Fred Dust

    Fred Dust, practice lead, IDEO, explains how design thinking can solve business problems. This innovative approach involves designing your way into a solution.

    Provided By University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

  • Podcasts // Dec 2011

    Oracle Optimized Solutions

    Beyond efficiency and cost-cutting, many CIOs and other IT professionals are now looking to the competitive advantage that effective information technology can bring to bear - viewing IT as a vital business asset rather than a cost center. Integration plays an increasingly essential role, in terms of both efficiency and...

    Provided By Oracle

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    Inside The Mind Of A Reluctant Entrepreneur

    Numenta's Jeff Hawkins, a frequent company founder, inventor, and product designer for Palm and Handspring, highlights lessons learned during his tenure in technology. He also confesses that these accomplishments were mere way stations in his 30-year passionate pursuit of neuroscience.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    Collaborative Innovation And A Pull Economy

    What can extreme surfing and World of Warcraft teach the enterprise? Independent Co-Chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge and former Xerox PARC Chief Scientist John Seely Brown holds them as examples of the power of frequent benchmarking and full industry info-share. He also uses them to show how...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    Getting To Plan B

    While Plan A may begin the backbone on which an entrepreneurial idea is hinged, succinct data gathering and constant market evaluation more often lead to profit with the next idea in line. The tech sector breeds innovation, says KPCB partner and frequent speaker Randy Komisar, and to do so it...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    The Ebb And Flow Of Clean Tech And Entrepreneurs

    Twenty percent of the world's population does not have access to clean drinking water, says Miox CEO Carlos Perea. What's an entrepreneur to do? Ideally, find a way to clean and reuse the global water supply that's, "Twice as good at half the cost" of conventional chlorine decontamination. In this...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Sep 2010

    Chile: Launching A Global Entrepreneurship Hub

    Juan Andr?s Fontaine, Chile's Minister of Economy, Development and Tourism, discusses his government's recent practices and programs that strive to develop Chile's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Topics touched upon include government incentive programs to attract international investment, growth and development to Chile's university research and development, and a desire to build the...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Sep 2010

    Entrepreneurial Lessons: Find Value And Make Impact

    Amit Chatterjee, founder and CEO of Hara, the growing energy management solutions company, shares the wisdom of his entrepreneurial experience. He covers an array of topics vital to launching and running a successful enterprise, including the importance of product innovation, new market development, thriving in a competitive landscape, and the...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2010

    Solving Problems Makes A Great Business

    In conversation with KPCB's Chi-Hua Chien, Dan Rosensweig, CEO of textbook rental company Chegg, speaks about his professional history within Yahoo!, ZDNet, and Guitar Hero, and shares insights on business in the dot-com trenches. Rosensweig offers his perspective on the evolution of the online media and advertising industries. Additionally, Rosensweig...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    Retooling Early Stage Development

    Ninety-percent of Silicon Valley's start-ups fail not because of faulty product, but because they don't tap the right market and they don't know their customer. Well-seasoned serial entrepreneur Steve Blank drafts a new model for plotting the path between good idea and market success.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    The Next Wave Of Industry: Global Clean Tech

    Mohr Davidow Ventures partner Erik Straser offers insight on the unfolding sector of new energy technologies, and discusses how it will be affected by an economy in credit crisis. He unveils the market's high level of industrial innovation, and offers students of entrepreneurship sound advice on finding the next crest...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    Balancing Economy, Equity, And Ecology Through Design

    How do we love all of the children of all species for all time? The unlikely answer comes from architect, materials designer, VC, and eco-efficiency expert William McDonough, who sees the challenge of cycling biological and technical "Nutrients" as industry's ultimate goal.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    The Black Swans Of Energy Invention

    Toss the old notions of environmentalism into the recycling bin. Investor Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures shatters conventional wisdom of energy reduction, and instead encourages entrepreneurs to solve environmental problems via cost-effective, innovative, and scalable engineering.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2008

    Is Innovation Withering On The Vine?

    JLabs LLC CEO and author Judy Estrin puts the processes and philosophies of innovation under the microscope. Her current analysis indicates that we're short-changing the business arena and culture at large, as we've stopped planting the seeds for true, monumental invention and problem-solving.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Nov 2008

    A Cuil Tune-Up For Search Engines

    As a research scientist at Stanford University, Anna Patterson committed herself to indexing the world's online information. Her latest venture, Cuil (pronounced "Cool") is a search engine that is challenging Google. She explains how she is using her experience with startups and non-profits to take on her former employer.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Nov 2008

    Young At Heart: How To Be An Innovator For Life

    Tom Kelley, general manager at the world-renowned design firm, IDEO, presents five core practices that enhance creativity. Through entertaining stories and examples, he describes how these techniques help us all become more innovative in every aspect of our lives and lead to more success.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2009

    Innovation As The Crux Of Entrepreneurship

    In academia and the private sector, innovation is the most elusive element. And, adds Stanford University President John Hennessy, it's also needed to solve crucial local and global issues. In this address that launches the University's prestigious Entrepreneurship Week event, Hennessy discusses the evolving interplay between higher learning and commercial...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Vision Matters

    Jensen Huang, co-founder and CEO of NVidia, discusses the importance of having a big vision when starting a new venture. He says that you should not be daunted when others, including early customers, don't share your vision because they don't share your world view. Huang's vision for NVidia involves building...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Building An Organization, Building A Team

    After two decades in start-up entrepreneurship, Mari Baker, current CEO of PlayFirst, shares some of her lifelong strategies for long-lasting success. She stresses defining the relentless purpose of the enterprise, honing a focus, and building a conscious company culture, amongst other backbone-building tasks.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Under The Lid Of BioFuelBox

    Clean tech is the topic discussed between Steve Perricone, CEO of waste management and energy company BioFuelBox, and one of his investors, DFJ veteran VC Jennifer Scott Fonstad. In addition to discussing the company's technology, structure, and applications, they also expound on current stimulus dollars for alternative energy systems.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    The Future Of Microsoft, The Future Of Technology

    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, shares his optimism for emerging innovation in the midst of economic turmoil, and the story of his own entrepreneurial path. He also speaks of his company's continued investment in Internet-ready hardware and software that seeks progress in healthcare, education, and science.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    Clean Tech Challenges And Solutions

    Steve Westly, Founder of clean tech investment firm The Westly Group and former Controller for the state of California, paints a landscape of the present and future opportunities in emerging alternative energy.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Sep 2009

    Evangelizing For The Lean Startup

    Speaker, author, and entrepreneur Eric Ries shares rapid fire wisdom on building nimble, responsive, and efficient online software-based businesses. He also offers his wisdom on streamlining processes and progressing engineering systems, and puts forth front line insight into why some new ideas succeed where others have failed.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2009

    Innovation In A Disruptive Environment

    Steve Jurvetson, partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, offers perspective on the market opportunities in innovation and technology. Topics discussed include the necessity for utter market disruption, interdisciplinary solutions (particularly across the "Bio-nano" life sciences and engineering), and advice for those interested in working in the venture capital arena.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Oct 2009

    Responsible Engineering In The Modern Age

    Whereas the 20th century belonged to the scientist, the 21st century, says Sun Microsystems' CTO Greg Papadopoulos, is the domain of the engineer. Rather than secretly toiling away on new discoveries, modern engineers are concerned about social responsibility, renewable materials and product lifecycles, collaborative and open source discovery, and furthering...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Nov 2009

    Successful Independent Promotion: From Artist To Entrepreneur

    Hip-hop artists Quincy Jones III and Chamillionaire discuss mastering the business side of the music industry. Keeping up with cutting-edge technologies, production logistics, and finding creative ways to gain direct audience contact are essential tactics for the self-produced artist in the digital age.

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Evolution Of A CEO

    Dr. John Adler, Jr. and John "Trip" Adler III discuss their entrepreneurial experience and evolution as a business leader: For Dr. Adler, he describes his bumpy course in developing his biotechnology company, Accuray Incorporated; for his son Trip, he emphasizes the persistence and luck in developing Scribd, a social publishing...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Unlearn Your MBA

    David Heineimeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and partner at 37signals in Chicago, says that planning is guessing, and for a start-up, the focus must be on today and not on tomorrow. He argues that constraints - fiscal, temporal, or otherwise - drive innovation and effective problem-solving. The...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Entrepreneurial Journeys In Healthcare

    It's not just your strengths as a leader, it's your passion, says William Hagstrom, CEO of Crescendo Bioscience, in South San Francisco, CA. He strongly advises future entrepreneurs to think of your business as a worthy crusade. Giving example with his own career, he urges those starting a company to...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Panel Of Young Entrepreneurs

    Six young Stanford grads and entrepreneurs - Steven Garrity, Clara Shih, Kimber Lockhart, Jeff Seibert, Josh Reeves, and Tristan Harris - share their experiences starting companies and raising capital. While being in their 20s may seem to be an obstacle to outsiders, they said they "Flipped" this liability into an...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    People, Passion, Perseverance: You've Got Entrepreneurship

    People, passion, perseverance. Former AOL CEO and Chairman Steve Case describes these words as the bedrock of successful entrepreneurship. Heading into what may be a "Golden era of entrepreneurship," he says that he relies on the "Three p's" as assessment tools to help guide his direction and goals. When all...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Mar 2010

    Success And Failure Drive Innovation

    Accenture's Liz Tinkham interviews salesforce.com's Polly Sumner about entrepreneurship that occurs in both large and small companies. They both agree that innovation and risk-taking occur in any-sized company where the culture emphasizes "No idea is a dumb idea." Sumner advises young entrepreneurs to not fear risk: every failure teaches you...

    Provided By Stanford University

  • Podcasts // Feb 2010

    Audio White Paper - A Green Architectural Strategy That Puts IT in the Black

    Green computing tends to focus on individual servers and devices, but even greater benefits can be realized with an architectural strategy that leverages green computing practices across the data center.

    Provided By F5 Networks

  • Podcasts // Jul 2010

    Finding Innovation At The Interface Between Business And Nonprofit

    Leaders with big ideas to change the world face a tough choice early in their careers. Or at least they think they do. If they want to make money and help themselves, they must choose the business sector. If they want to improve the planet and help others, they must...

    Provided By Thunderbird School of Global Management

  • Podcasts // Dec 2010

    Transforming your Data Center into a Converged Infrastructure

    Today we will discuss how the data center of the future is built upon a Converged Infrastructure with Next Generation HP ProLiant BladeSystems powered by AMD Opteron 6100 series processors, and together they help to show that timing couldn't be better to transform your data center. Sponsored by HP and...

    Provided By Hewlett-Packard (HP)

  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    VMware and IBM Discuss the Benefits of Energy Efficiency and Green IT

    In this podcast, the speakers explain about Energy Efficiency and Green IT. The speakers' also discussion around Energy Efficiency and Green IT and the measures one can take today to enjoy cost savings benefits while reducing one carbon footprint.

    Provided By VMW Games