Guest Post The online world can be a dangerous place for the unprepared. And it’s just going to get worse. It’s time to teach Cyber Security as integral part of the high school and college curriculum and to all corporate employees.
Guest Post This is heartbreaking: An entrepreneur puts mind, time, and energy into founding and running a new venture, and then recklessly sabotages the startup's chances to succeed.
Guest Post Startups have as much to learn about success as they do from failure.
Editor's Pick I called on the serial entrepreneur and father of the "Lean startup" movement for a dose of perspective.
Guest Post Continuous disruption will be the norm for corporations in the 21st century -- or at least the ones that want to survive.
Guest Post There are a lot of start up resources out there, but here are some of the most useful free ones.
Guest Post Countries that stifle dissent while attempting to encourage entrepreneurship will end up at a competitive disadvantage.
Startup Weekend, which hosts weekend-long business hackathons, has joined forces with Startup America, TechStars, and other such entities to launch Startup Weekend Next, a program for new would-be entrepreneurs who need a bit of advice, polish, and hand-holding.
Guest Post One of the key things to pay attention to in a search for a cofounder is how you fight -- and what you fight about. Here's how to find the right fit.
Guest Post How to build regional entrepreneurial communities has just gotten it’s first “here’s how to do it” book.
Guest Post You may have read my previous posts about the Lean LaunchPad class taught at Stanford, Berkeley, Columbia, Caltech, and for the National Science Foundation. Now you can take this course too.
Guest Post E.piphany was an 11-month-old startup with 31 people and on fire. We were on the verge of clinching a huge deal, when it suddenly went south.
It’s a fortunate man who can blow through $35 million one week, only to be offered $12 million the next.
For serial entrepreneur Steve Blank, this story sums up the ethos of Silicon Valley. The day he experienced the most …
Watching an entrepreneur fail is sad, but watching them fail from a lack of nerve is tragic.
At the beginning of this year Bob, one of my ex-students was in entrepreneurial heaven. He had an idea for a new …
Editor’s note: Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank is the author of Four Steps to the Epiphany. This story originally appeared on his blog.
Venture capitalists who are serious about turning their firms into more than one-fund wonders may want …