2007 | Case No. E258
The Packet Design case looks at successful serial entrepreneur Judy Estrin and her efforts to build a technology incubator immediately before the Internet bubble burst. The incubator’s failure caused Estrin to look anew at the key drivers of success in any business. By her own definition, a leader must have vision and passion for a company and product. Further, building a business for the long run, not for sale, is a critical component to Estrin’s recipe for a venture success.
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