Scott J. Brady

Scott J.  Brady
Lecturer
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ScottJ.Brady

Bio

Scott Brady is a General Partner and cofounder at Innovation Endeavors, an early stage venture capital firm with offices in Palo Alto, New York and Tel Aviv. Mr. Brady is also the cofounder and Executive Chairman of Slice, a data science and market measurement company that was acquired by Rakuten in 2014. Previously, Mr. Brady cofounded three publicly traded companies in the telecommunications and software industries - FiberTower, Clarus Corporation and SQL Financials.

Mr. Brady was the chairman and CEO of FiberTower Corporation, a provider of mission-critical backhaul services to the major wireless carriers. He cofounded the company and led it through its successful merger with First Avenue Networks, which valued the company at $780 million.

Prior to FiberTower, Mr. Brady was a cofounder and chief technology officer for Clarus Corporation, a provider of business-to-business procurement and settlement solutions. Prior to Clarus, he was a cofounder and chief technology officer for SQL Financials, a provider of enterprise financial and human resource applications. He began his career at Andersen Consulting (Accenture).

Mr. Brady is a Lecturer in Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he serves on the Advisory Council and is the chairman of the advisory board for the MSx Program.  Mr. Brady received an MS in management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BS in business administration from the University of Florida, graduating with high honors.

Academic Degrees

  • MS in Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • BS in Business Administration, University of Florida with High Honors

Academic Appointments

  • Lecturer in Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Professional Experience

  • Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, Slice
  • Investment Partner, Innovation Endeavors
  • Co-Founder & CEO, Fibertower
  • Co-Founder & CTO, Clarus
  • Co-Founder & CTO, SQL Financials

Teaching

Degree Courses

2018-19

In the Managerial Skills Labs we examine several common managerial challenges faced by executives. Together with Faculty, students explore these topics using four case examples, each asking students to evaluate a series of situations, develop...

This course is offered for students who at some time may want to undertake an entrepreneurial career by pursuing opportunities leading to partial or full ownership and control of a business. The course deals with case situations from the point of...

2017-18

In the Managerial Skills Labs we examine several common managerial challenges faced by executives. Together with Faculty, students explore these topics using four case examples, each asking students to evaluate a series of situations, develop...

This course is offered for students who at some time may want to undertake an entrepreneurial career by pursuing opportunities leading to partial or full ownership and control of a business. The course deals with case situations from the point of...

2016-17

In the Managerial Skills Labs we examine several common managerial challenges faced by executives. Together with Faculty, students explore these topics using four case examples, each asking students to evaluate a series of situations, develop...

This course is offered for students who at some time may want to undertake an entrepreneurial career by pursuing opportunities leading to partial or full ownership and control of a business. The course deals with case situations from the point of...

Stanford Case Studies

Camino Therapeutics (A) | SM299A
Mark Leslie, Scott Brady, Julie Makinen2018
Camino Therapeutics (B) | SM299B
Mark Leslie, Scott Brady, Julie Makinen2018
Camino Therapeutics (C) | SM299C
Mark Leslie, Scott Brady, Julie Makinen2018
Camino Therapeutics (D) | SM299D
Mark Leslie, Scott Brady, Julie Makinen2018

Stanford University Affiliations

Stanford GSB

  • Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

Insights by Stanford Business

May 8, 2018
This vertical farming startup plans to reimagine farming.