Athena Leadership Labs for Barnard Students
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Athena Leadership Lab: Design Thinking for Entrepreneurs (ENT)
Monday, February 25, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
New York, NY
What is design-thinking? What is the advantage of applying this method to entrepreneurship? In this session, we will cover how to use the techniques to fail fast and fail often. By testing an idea as soon as possible and iterating the business model as many times as possible, mistakes are caught early on and the chance of failing completely is kept to a minimum. We will use real-world case studies to bring the material to life.
INSTRUCTOR: Grace is an entrepreneur, designer, and Co-Founder of Lean Startup Machine, in which she trains entrepreneurs around the world in a scientific process to create successful companies. As the youngest practitioner and thought leader on Lean User Experience, Grace has been a featured guest speaker for the White House Presidential Innovation Fellows, and is an instructor for Princeton University, Singularity University, and Wharton School UPenn.
5 Weeks of Workshops:
Jan 31st – Feb 28th
Spring 2013 Student Leadership Labs include a diverse array of new trainers, highly-ranked workshops and an expanded focus on the Athena CORE10, a unique set of competencies specifically developed for women leaders. You can browse all the workshops by track, in the course catalog here!
Important note: Every BC Student Can Take Up To 4 Workshops.
The Athena Center for Leadership Studies was established in fall 2009 with an ambitious goal – to create a world renowned center dedicated to the advancement of women leaders. Not just any women leaders, but women who are visionary, bold, courageous, resilient and globally aware; women who embrace diversity and are determined to make the world a better place.
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