The cofounder of a company that helps people find jobs through a smartphone app talks about the pain entrepreneurs must experience if they are to discover their customers’ pain points.
For this venture capitalist, it all comes down to connecting with people – from family to coworkers to customers.
The cofounder of a microlending outfit says entrepreneurs need to "wake up each day and say, 'Now what?'"
A physician-turned-administrator at Kaiser Permanente discusses cost-effective innovations that improve care.
The governor of Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, discusses the value of persistence and humility in entrepreneurship.
The CEO of executive talent agency Well-Connected Leader discusses the value of directness, living on the edge, and knowing when to say 'we' and when to say 'I.'
Michael Ugwu explains the challenges, and opportunities, of building a company in Lagos.
Stanford GSB offers its first Europe-based Stanford Ignite program with École polytechnique in September in Paris.
Graduate students from around Stanford use this dedicated space to try out start-up business ideas, and learn from them.
The cofounder and former CEO of DeVry discusses his professional experiences, difficult lessons, and the significance of family.