This coming semester, I will be teaching Lean Startup Essentials! The 2-3:30pm section (section 2) still has seats open.
NOTE: THIS COURSE IS OPEN TO ALL UT STUDENTS ( from any College, not just McCombs School of Business )!
LEAN STARTUP ESSENTIALS (MAN 337) – SPRING 2015
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2pm-3:30 in CBA 4.344
If you are a UT Student, you can login with this link to register:
Want to know what this course is all about?
First, hear what some students had to say:
“course was awesome”
“most practical class … at UT”
“unique content and very useful”
Okay, interested? Here’s the course description:
This course uses the “Lean Startup” concept as a canvas to give students the essential knowledge needed to either start their own business or join a startup and be a major contributor. In addition to learning about entrepreneurship, the legal aspects of starting a business, and the life and experience of working at a startup, students will get hands-on skills they can use in any startup or to start their own business. Every student will practice these skills in-class by building a real startup business (based on a pre-set collection of products and services). This course focuses on the “Lean Startup” methodology, but will also cover the traditional new venture development and the entrepreneurial process (problem identification, innovation, business plans, fund raising, launching, and managing a startup). This course will also cover the essential knowledge derived from entrepreneurship research covering proven keys to success as well as scientific research about what it takes in an individual and group to succeed in entrepreneurship. The final project is one of the pre-set business ideas, up, running, and operating in the build-measure-learn cycle that is the core of the “Lean Startup” methodology.
Need more? Here’s a link to the syllabus for this Spring: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B19bmn5A18VtMTVONVpoSFl4TFU/view?usp=sharing
Got a question, email me!
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