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GE Alliance Introduction

  1. 1. Welcome ! We'll start at 13:00 CET / 7.00 NYC ; 16:30 IST You can download the slides in slack #coursedocuments Say hello in the chat… Write a word for today. Mine is "Grateful"
  2. 2. Welcome 1. Please put your video on (if connection issues turn off) Faces are nice 2. Please put something in the chat later: Please ask questions using chat … or raise hand We will start 5 minutes after the scheduled start
  3. 3. Why this event? Entrepreneurship Education is important We share a lot of challenges… So let’s try to work on them together.
  4. 4. Objectives next 5 days • How we are teaching (experience it) • Work together on challenges • Get to know each other
  5. 5. Housekeeping 2 links for today Join Slack: http://tiny.cc/geslack A mural board: http://tiny.cc/geworkshop You should be in a workgroup Details sent via email Channels set up in Slack And in Mural
  6. 6. The Story of GE Alliance • Missing facts • Missing a textbook • Hard to collaborate • How hard can it be ? • Really hard ! A course • Go from Build/ Measure / Lean to How to • 19 co-authors A book for a course Solvay KU Leuven The Founders Institute European Innovation Academy • Test the book • Better and better. • And shorter.. 36➔ 30 ➔ 18 hours A course based on book EDHEC ESCLA A remote course
  7. 7. Remote = The Teaching Torture Test • Lectures need more prep • Lectures need to be shorter • No counting on good students • Dialogue needs to be built in Less is more • How to leverage remote
  8. 8. Validation: 92% completion rate Testimonials “Even better than in person” “Great to meet people all over the world” “Best course ever” 79 Net Promoter Score(NPS) 22 Countries represented by our happy students
  9. 9. So what are you going to do now ? Teaching the fortunate few ==> people that really need help
  10. 10. Why: Help everyone build an entrepreneurial mindset How: A program(s) that can be run all over the world by anyone in any language What: Reach 1 million entrepreneurs by working with 2000 partners WHY HOW WHAT
  11. 11. €50-€495 per student/participant Getting Started • Join and class, and then do a half-day certification . Then train • Do a joint class or program together. Then Train For Students Teachers/Trainers A book Training Online tools Lectures Copies of lectures Access to ongoing updates A certification Access to mastermind sessions
  12. 12. Problem-Solution fit Validated • Real need (alternatives are inaccessible and expensive) • The course works • NGO + Government + Accelerators interest To validate • Can it work with younger and less educated students? Solution - Market Fit Validated • Evidence people will pay • Huge support from experts willing to contribute • People ready to use the content To validate • Will others integrate our content • Others will pay where there is no money Scalable and sustainable Validated • Students able to lead new programs • Programs not solely dependent on quality of ‘trainers’, we require facilitators and not trainers To validate • Adds real value to existing programs • Trainers driving local student acquisition
  13. 13. Set-up: Non Profit + For Profit Cycles (P) is incorporated with all existing IP and materials An agreement is made to transfer the IP to the CYCLES Foundation
  14. 14. Better funded, better organized companies have failed Some reasons why.. • Too Long • Too Expensive (+/- €1500 student) • Programs compete against one another • Lack local relevance • Complexity and Scalability • Not continually improved What we have built Length: We offer a 5-day program covering PDSA (The ABCs) Cost: From €50 / Student Open to collaboration: Collaborative from day 1 with open sourcing of materials Local relevance: Local mentors and local challenges Complexity and Scalability: Simplify the program, so It works online and offline anyone can learn/ teach. Continually improved: Collaborative course improvement inspired by Innovation Engineering. Programs run locally, then people get together to share learnings
  15. 15. 1*1*1*1*1 = Beauty 1*1*1*1*0 = Failure Maybe we forgot a 0 someplace
  16. 16. Lots of big challenges ▪ How might we: make teaching an entrepreneurial mindset a part of our academic courses (and the courses taught by colleagues) ▪ How might we: convince Ministries of Education to make Entrepreneurship education a part of the core education curriculum ▪ How might we: get professors around the world to share their best practices in entrepreneurship education more often and more effectively ▪ How might we: make a “mentor adopt a classroom” solution work in every part of the world (In the US, many mentors adopt a classroom and donate time and sometimes money to support the class) ▪ How might we: get more large organizations to support Entrepreneurship education as part of their CSR (Corporate social responsibility) programs ▪ How might we: make entrepreneurship programs simple enough it could be run with students without any formal education ▪ How might we: get more international donors to support Entrepreneurship Education around the world ▪ How might we: build a template for scalable programs in entrepreneurship education ▪ How might we: make it easier to train entrepreneurship educators in developing countries ▪ How might we: create together an entrepreneurship education certification that professors could use all over the world
  17. 17. Can we… can anyone Solve these challenges? What could we do together ?
  18. 18. Lot's of great people
  19. 19. Our Normal Course Mentors Submit Challenges Learn Apply (and learn more) Mentor Meetings Deliver 1 task per day 8-9 Hours/ Day This workshop Your Challenges Learn Apply (and learn more) Daily Leads Deliver 1 task per day 5 Hours/ day
  20. 20. Challenges and group members I will put in a chart here
  21. 21. Monday Introduction Break Cycles course overview Break Alignment + True North Work in groups Break Work in groups End of day Daily Deliverable EST (NYC) 07:00 07:30 07:45 08:45 09:15 10:15 10:45 11:00 12:00 CET (BXL) 13:00 13:30 13:45 14:45 15:15 16:15 16:45 17:00 18:00 IST (Delhi) 16:30 17:00 17:15 18:15 18:45 19:45 20:15 20:30 21:30 Time 30 15 60 30 60 30 15 60 Tuesday Intro + speed dating Break Building Ideas Break Group Discusion Problem def. Individual Brain writing Break Work in groups End of day EST (NYC) 07:00 07:30 07:30 09:00 09:30 10:15 10:45 11:00 12:00 1 idea fom all CET (BXL) 13:00 13:30 13:30 15:00 15:30 16:15 16:45 17:00 18:00 group members IST (Delhi) 16:30 17:00 17:00 18:30 19:00 19:45 20:15 20:30 21:30 Time 30 15 90 30 45 30 15 60 Wednesday Introduction + Voting Break Communicate/ Check Break Individual writing Work in groups Speed dating Work in groups End of day EST (NYC) 07:00 07:30 07:40 09:10 09:40 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 A final 4P CET (BXL) 13:00 13:30 13:40 15:10 15:40 16:00 16:30 17:00 18:00 Ideas for improvemen IST (Delhi) 16:30 17:00 17:10 18:40 19:10 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:30 Continue or pivot Time 30 10 90 30 20 30 30 60 Thursday Systems Break Pitching Break Group 1 Pitch Group 2 Risk Reduction Meet with Others One to One Work in groups End of day EST (NYC) 07:00 08:10 08:25 09:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 Key Death threats CET (BXL) 13:00 14:10 14:25 15:00 16:30 17:00 18:00 Work on death threat IST (Delhi) 16:30 17:40 17:55 18:30 20:00 20:30 21:30 Continue or pivot Time 70 15 35 30 30 60 Friday Introduction Speed Dating Break Work in groups Break Presentations Awards + What next End of day EST (NYC) 07:00 07:10 07:40 08:00 09:00 09:30 11:30 13:00 A pitch CET (BXL) 13:00 13:10 13:40 14:00 15:00 15:30 17:30 18:30 Stop, continue IST (Delhi) 16:30 16:40 17:10 17:30 18:30 19:00 21:00 21:30 or adapt Time 10 30 20 60 30 120 30 TRUE NORTH 19:00 60 15:30 09:30
  22. 22. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday A final 4P Key Death threats A pitch Ideas for improvement Work on death threats Stop, continue Continue or pivot Continue or pivot or adapt TRUE NORTH 1 idea fom all group members This is all you need to know Start End EST (NYC) 07:00 13:00 CET (BXL) 13:00 18:30 IST (Delhi) 16:30 21:30
  23. 23. I do not know if this will work…. It is kind of like jumping and making a parachute on the way down.
  24. 24. Online is be hard Tools to build interaction • Let's use chat/ raise your hand in zoom (questions before breaks) • Random breakout rooms • Work in groups via zoom • Mural to share things • Slack
  25. 25. 2 tools we will use a lot Easy group communication Easy group collaboration
  26. 26. Please join slack http://tiny.cc/geslack And join your group channel 1. Click Channel browser at the top of your left sidebar. If you don't see this option, click More to find it. 2. Browse the list of public channels in your workspace, or use the search bar to search by channel name or description. 3. Select a channel from the list to view it. 4. Click Join Channel.
  27. 27. Logistics Introductions (say something in Mural) Where will you meet (zoom, google chat, etc) Share in Mural and Slack Who will lead things today?
  28. 28. http://tiny.cc/geworkshop
  29. 29. Mistakes happen If you are not in a group Add yourself to a group on the Mural board (and in the slack) If you are really not interested in your challenge. Change groups and contact people in your assigned group and your new group And send an email to bryan@bryancassady.com and tanishkjaswal4@gmail.com But don’t count on us to resolve things
  30. 30. Break 15 Minutes
  31. 31. Questions and Answers

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