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Three Reasons Why People Buy Your Product

November Event Review: “Three Reasons Why People Buy Your Product (and Why They Should Guide Everything You Do)” with Jamie Barnett, High Technology Leader, Adjunct Lecturer, and Pot-Stirrer. By Steven Xiao Persuading people to sacrifice their time, money, self-esteem or the like for another item is by no means easy, yet this is a burden…
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Owning and Expanding Your Executive Presence

April Event Review: “Owning and Expanding Your Executive Presence” with JD Schramm, Ed.D., Class of 1978 Lecturer, Organizational Behavior, Stanford Graduate School of Business By Vinesh Thakur How do we identify a leader?  Why would we spend time and money just to hear him/her talk?  What is it that makes them different?  In the April…
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Charting A Career Path To Your Dream Product Management Job

“Charting A Career Path To Your Dream Product Management Job” with Muffi Ghadiali, VP Product Management, OUYA Inc., Advisor and Lecturer at Stanford CSP. By Kishore Elimineti January 2014 Event Muffi started off talking about three important perspectives that every Product Manager should know to build a successful career in Product Management. WHO IS A…
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The Secrets of Unlocking Access to Venture Capital – as a Career or for Funding

“The Secrets of Unlocking Access to Venture Capital – as a Career or for Funding” with Ravi Belani, Venture Capitalist and Instructor at Stanford University by Dan Galatin March 2012 Event Ravi Belani, a venture capitalist and instructor at Stanford, presented at the March 7th meeting of the SVPMA.  Mr. Belani discussed techniques for gaining…
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How to Create a $100 Million Business and Out Innovate Your Competition: Product Managers Need Sneakers

September 2010How to Create a $100 Million Business and Out Innovate Your Competition: Product Managers Need Sneakers and SlideShare presentationSteve Blank, Serial Entrepreneur, University Professor at U.C. Berkeley and Stanford University#Growth#Startups#Entrepreneurship#Planning#Strategy#Org#Technology