The slides I used in this presentation at IIM Bangalore can be downloaded from the links below. Please credit appropriate authors when you reuse the content. As usual, if you have questions, please contact me through my Stanford email id.
I don’t like it, but the four of the 6 top skills required are IT skills! Please read on. Analytical reasoning is not exclusive to IT and I haven’t considered it as an IT only skill! Others are.
1) Cloud Computing
2) Artificial Intelligence
3) Analytical Reasoning
4) People Management
5) UX Design
6) Mobile Application Development
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You will find the slide deck I used in the class in this blog. I know the class was short in duration and one core issue everyone wanted to discuss was finding a tech co-founder. While this is not easy, it’s not impossible. This requires efforts from your side to meet people outside your network and establish connections. Over time you will meet tech experts who you can trust. But you need to be relentless.
The slide deck I used the class can be downloaded from link shown below.
I’m creating a video for this. Will update it soon. Thanks for waiting.
I’m an entrepreneur and a researcher. I enjoy bringing my field experience to the classroom.
This video is for IIM students who had questions on how to visually represent the strengths of in-centrality and out-centrality in social networks. Don’t focus too much on coding in R. Pay attention to centralities instead. As usual, if you have questions, please contact me through my Stanford email id.