Join Hult's Global Professor, Dr. Larry Louie, in this webinar where he discusses what it takes to succeed in the world of entrepreneurship. Dr. Louie speaks from over 25 years of his own experience developing startups and advising founders around the world.
You will get to work with your future classmates and immediately apply the framework Dr. Louie will cover at the beginning of the workshop.
You will receive a link to access the webinar after registration.
Wed, 21st of July, 2021, 5.30pm - 7pm BST
In this session, we learn about the importance of an entrepreneurial management approach to survive and succeed in times of disruption.
Entrepreneurs and organizations need the ability to experiment rapidly to test out new products and business models by engaging a broad range of stakeholders while releasing value that solves true customer problems.
In modern organizations, employees are given the freedom and responsibility to act and behave as it's their money and their company. We will discuss relevant concepts and a few cases to showcase entrepreneurial management in action.
Dr. Louie will walk you through a real-life Harvard Business Review case study and teach you how to think like an entrepreneur. You will work in groups for about 30 minutes to discover your inner entrepreneur.
Larry Louie is a Global Professor teaching courses in finance, accounting, and entrepreneurship. Larry joined the Hult San Francisco campus at its opening in 2010 as a professor, served as Associate Dean in 2011-12, then dean from 2012-2015). Larry served on the multi-disciplinary MBA Redesign Committee that substantially revamped the Hult’s MBA program, leading to the AMBA 2014 Innovation Award.
Prior Hult, Larry served as Professor and Assistant Dean at the University of San Francisco for 9 years, where he was recognized with multiple awards for teaching and student advocacy. He worked with the Graduate Program Committee, which revised the MBA program, launched the MBA Intensive (1 year) program and the Masters in Global Entrepreneurial Management.
Prior to teaching, Larry worked for 25 years in venture backed startups (including COO for Alibris), commercial real estate (CFO for Norris, Beggs and Simpson), Bain & Company (Senior Consultant), and KPMG (Supervising Senior Accountant and initial startup team for the Small Business Advisory Practice). Larry earned an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business (fellowship recipient) and a B.S. in finance and accounting from the University of California at Berkeley (Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude). Larry has served the community as a board member of La Cocina (nationally recognized food incubator for low income women entrepreneurs) and volleyball coach for grades 4-8 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary School (finalist for PCA National Coaching award).
I derive enormous professional satisfaction helping young men and women prepare themselves for their careers, from academic, professional, and personal perspectives.
The program presented a unique opportunity to enter Silicon Valley, the place where innovation was simply exploding!