Stamford, CA –(Business Wire) — This summer, the Stanford School of Business (GSB) will launch a unique four-week residential program that will bring together some of the most promising entrepreneurs from around the world with distinguished faculty, seasoned investors and business leaders.The program is called Stanford dy/dxis an immersive, fast-paced leadership and business education experience that will help participants successfully develop and lead a fast-growing enterprise.
“At Stanford GSB, we have the entrepreneurial mindset that makes innovation and transformation possible,” said Jonathan Levine, the Philip H. Knight Professor and Dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. “The program enables participants to gain access to the world-class education that Stanford GSB provides, and it will also allow GSB to educate start-up teams and participate in some of the world’s most innovative new companies.”
“dy/dx will bring some of the world’s best entrepreneurial teams into the Stanford GSB community,” said Garth Saloner, Co-Director of the dy/dx Faculty and Botha-Chan Professor of Economics. “Our goal is to equip them with the tools to solve the problems we face today. knowledge and capabilities while preparing them to lead their companies as they grow. None of this would have been possible without the support of our VC allies – Accel, Index Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Sequoia Capital Not only will they play a vital role in developing the plan and identifying participating companies, but they will also be part of the content delivery.”
Anne Beyer, Co-Director of the dy/dx Faculty and Staehelin Family Professor of Accounting, added: “We developed dy/dx with the specific needs of the founding team in mind. Drawing on experiential learning techniques taught in the GSB degree programme, the content of the dy/dx course And the course schedule is ideal for high-growth entrepreneurial teams to continue their entrepreneurial journeys. We hope that the relationships participants build through this program will allow them to support each other during this time and beyond.”
In a joint statement from Accel, Index Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Sequoia Capital, dy/dx venture capital allies said: “dy/dx will advance the entrepreneurial development needed to thrive in an increasingly complex and competitive environment. business acumen. It’s been a pleasure working with Stanford GSB on this initiative, and we look forward to making it a reality this summer.”
Stanford GSB will welcome teams from approximately 25 high-growth companies with products for consumers and businesses. They come from domestic and international destinations, including Europe, Australia and South America. In addition to participating in planned courses, the dy/dx entrepreneurial team will receive investment in their ventures.
About Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford Business School (GSB) is developing the next generation of principled global leaders. Since 1925, Stanford GSB has provided rigorous experiential management education that combines personal development and leadership to transform careers and lives. Stanford GSB faculty are empowered to design and discover original research that pushes intellectual boundaries. The school’s diverse programs include a 2-year MBA program; a 1-year Master of Science (MSx) program for experienced leaders; a doctoral program; executive education; Stanford LEAD, an online certificate program; and Stanford Seed, Stanford GSB Led an initiative to partner with entrepreneurs in emerging markets to build thriving businesses that change lives.
Hosted by Stanford Graduate School of Business in partnership with top venture capital firms, dy/dx is a new four-week summer course designed to expand the leadership and business skills of some of the world’s most promising entrepreneurial teams. The name dy/dx highlights one of the core purposes of the program – to help start-up teams improve their leadership skills through this transformative, one-of-a-kind experience.