Entrepreneurial Intelligence

The Stanford Graduate School of Business talks with entrepreneurs about their accomplishments, sources of inspiration, and the impact they'd like to have on the world.

A former venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and Stanford GSB lecturer explains how to build a great company.

sign for Charles Krug Winery

Each season presents Napa’s oldest winery with a chance for spectacular success — and its own particular challenges.

Just one in 14 tech employees in Silicon Valley is black or Latino. Code2040 is working to change that.

Jay Alabraba, cofounder of Pagatech

The cofounder of Pagatech learns to balance the cultures of two countries and expand access to financial services.

Denise Brosseau

The CEO of executive talent agency Thought Leadership Lab discusses the value of directness, living on the edge, and knowing when to say 'we' and when to say 'I.'

Ronald Taylor, cofounder and former CEO of DeVry, Inc.

The cofounder and former CEO of DeVry discusses his professional experiences, difficult lessons, and the significance of family.

Laura Ching, co-founder of Tiny Prints

A founder of Tiny Prints discusses the future of correspondence.

Steve Poizner, serial entrepreneur

Serial entrepreneur Steve Poizner discusses the importance of bold thinking.

Beth Cross

The founder of boot and apparel maker Ariat International says entrepreneurs should visualize "massive success from day one."

Ellen Siminoff

The CEO of Shmoop discusses entrepreneurship, salesmanship, and how to inspire kids to learn.

Rob Forbes

The founder of Design Within Reach and PUBLIC Bikes explains why "design makes a difference."

Children playing a board game.

The cofounder of University Games discusses two keys to success: smiles and cash flow.

fizzy drink

The man who brought Perrier to America on how to keep the fizz in your business.

Jessica Herrin

The founder of Stella & Dot discusses leadership, emotional intelligence, and an "angel in a cowboy hat."

James Gutierrez

James Gutierrez, MBA '05, discusses how he built Progreso Financiero, where he gets his best ideas, and the best advice he's ever received. 

Chip Conley

Chip Conley, founder of Joie de Vivre Hotels, discusses leadership, his bad first job, and the best business book he's ever read.