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The Entrepreneurship Channel brings together Cornell University faculty, leading entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and financiers to help you turn your brilliant idea into a successful start-up business.

In these one-hour interactive sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Present and validate your startup business idea.
  • Manage the financial, legal and ethical aspects of your venture.
  • Introduce entrepreneurial principles and best practices to your business, whether it be a tiny startup, a global enterprise, a non-profit, even a government agency.
  • Assess the competition and optimize your product or service for market success.
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Traditionally, learning has been about taking big concepts and breaking them into smaller digestible bites. However, the reconstruction of these small pieces and taking a look at the big picture can make for enhanced learning and clearer understanding. Whether you find this perfectly logical or somewhat counterintuitive, there’s something worth examining here. Cornell Kathy LaTour has been researching how applying this learning approach to the wine industry not only allows people to get more out of their wine experience, but also a lot about consumer behaviors. In this one-hour online event with Professor Kathy LaTour, you will learn how:
– today’s wine experience is being innovated for the consumer
– the consumer experience is designed specifically for the wine industry – to better retain and recall experiences

Leading teams and getting results rests on your ability to frame, manage, and solve complex problems. Systems Thinking teaches us that these problems should not be looked at individually, but be treated as moving parts connected to a larger system. Looking through this lens can help you better analyze complex situations and help your team learn and grow.

In this one-hour online event with professors and systems scientists Derek and Laura Cabrera, you will learn how to:

  • Identify how complex problems are interconnected
  • Consider more effective methods for managing complex systems, situations, processes, and problems
  • Analyze and model changes to complex systems
  • Enhance the logic you use to solve problems
  • Build a culture that inspires systems thinking at organizational, team, and individual levels

A clearly defined scope, a reasonable schedule, and an ample budget are great for “typical” hospitality development projects. But what is typical? More often than not, project managers will have to contend with crazy owners, uncompromising municipalities, and changing construction climates. In this live discussion, you’ll be given the tools you need to navigate and deliver a project under these and other unexpected conditions.

In this one-hour online event with veteran project manager Brad Wellstead, you will:

  • Understand how the culture of a project will guide your schedule, budget, and decisions.
  • Learn how much wiggle room you’ll need to gracefully lead your project to a successful opening.
  • Develop a strategy for dealing with unexpected challenges.
  • Discuss the proper amount of time and funding to apply to your projects.
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