Lesson: Resign to Design - Part 1

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The Lean Scene

Perhaps no single area over the last few decades has done more for the position that entrepreneurhsip or business ownership are skills that can be learned than the Lean Startup movement started by Eric Reis. This module presents its principles.

Taught By

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    Forrest S. Carter

    Associate Professor, Faculty Director of Institute of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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    Ken Szymusiak

    Managing Director, Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation

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    David Wheeler

    Creative Research Faculty, The Hub for Innovation

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