*SOLD OUT* HBS of Southern California: Professor Noam Wasserman- The Founder's Dilemmas
Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls that Can Sink a Startup
Noam Wasserman is an Associate Professor and Tukman Faculty Fellow at the Harvard Business School. He teaches the popular second-year MBA elective “Founders’ Dilemmas” for which he has earned the HBS Faculty Teaching Award and the Academy of Management’s Innovation in Pedagogy Award. The course was also named one of the top ten entrepreneurship courses in the country by Inc. magazine.
When: March 26, 6:00pm reception with the program starting promptly at 7:00pm
Where: Olympic Collection, 11301 Olympic Blvd. #204, Los Angeles, CA 90064
Registration: No cost for current HBSASC members, $50 for non-members; $70 for all participants at the door
At the Los Angeles event, Professor Wasserman will discuss his new book, The Founder's Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup, which is based on that course’s framework and draws on more than a decade of research. The focal point of his research has been the difficult, early decisions that founders face—decisions that have important, long-term implications for themselves and their ventures. The book integrates his research results, quantitative data (collected on 10,000 founders), case studies and the MBA course.