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MAY 29, 2011 [IP] Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out – The Startup Genome Project
Founders overestimate the value of IP before product market fit by 255%. . In April 2010 I received an email that said, “I’m an incoming Stanford student in the fall and working on a project that a number of people suggested I get in touch with you about.. Ok, I get a lot of these. Hmm, now I’m getting intrigued. asked.
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JULY 30, 2012 [IP] Lying on your resume
It’s not the crime that gets you, it’s the coverup. Richard Nixon and Watergate. Badly Want the Job. Steve, you left off your education.
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DECEMBER 7, 2009 [IP] Someone Stole My Startup Idea – Part 2: They Raised Money With My.
Someone Stole My Startup Idea – Part 3: The Best Defense is a Good IP Strategy » 24 Responses Tweets that mention Someone Stole My Startup Idea – Part 2: They Raised Money With My Slides?! Posted on December 7, 2009 by steveblank In my 21 years of startups, I had my ideas “stolen” twice. See part one for the first time it happened.
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STEVE BLANK [IP] The Sharp End of the Stick « Steve Blank
| MONDAY, MAY 4, 2009
In an IP
licensing business, legal and finance are the sharp end of the stick. At some point in my career as I began to formulate thoughts about mission and intent , I started to think about the broader role of marketing in a growing technology company. In my experience, every marketer with an MBA wants to “do strategy.” military. MORE >>
STEVE BLANK [IP] The LeanLaunch Pad at Stanford – Class 8: Key Resources, Activities and Expense Model
| TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2011
you need to license? The Stanford Lean LaunchPad class was an experiment in a new model of teaching startup entrepreneurship. This post – part eight – was the last formal lecture. Parts one through seven of the lectures are here , Syllabus is here. All the teams have crossed the Rubicon. . Week 8 of the class. link]. MORE >>
STEVE BLANK [IP] Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2010
The Best Defense is a Good IP
Strategy………… 65. It’s been a year since I’ve been blogging. The 100 or so posts add up to about 300 pages of text. One of the downsides to a large number of blog posts is that older stories tend to get buried and hidden. Now available on Amazon. Recursive History. Confused? Read on.). MORE >>
STEVE BLANK [IP] Someone Stole My Startup Idea – Part 3: The Best Defense is a Good IP Strategy
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2009
Early on in my career I took a “we’re moving too fast to deal with lawyers” attitude to patents and Intellectual Property (IP
.) Type of IP
. _. That changed when I joined the board of a startup, and we sued Microsoft and Sony on the same day for patent infringement – and won $120 million. Outside the U.S. Intellectual Property. Patent. MORE >>
STEVE BLANK [IP] Vertical Markets 1: Bad Advice – All Startups are the Same « Steve.
| TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009
You don’t need to worry about any Intellectual Property (IP
) issues. The next week another team, working on a new type of solid oxide fuel cell, remarked, “Professor Blank, in our industry there’s a ton of patents and stuff and people tell us we shouldn’t be out there unless we start patent protecting all our IP
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