Estrad on web-TV

Curious about entrepreneurship? Want to know more about the venturesome economy, successful failures or how to get to plan B? Here are some of our recent Estrad lectures in English.

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If you speak Swedish, please go to the Swedish version of this web page. There you’ll find some 70 lectures, both in English and in Swedish.

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Professor Bill Gartner, Babson College, USA, och Linnéuniversitetet
September 11, 2017

10 entrepreneurial lessons from 20 years of research

Professor Bill Gartner, Babson College, USA, och Linnéuniversitetet
Professor Roberto Verganti och filosofie doktor Åsa Öberg, Politecnico di Milano, Italien
May 09, 2017

Innovation in your box: Why meaning – not ideas – is the key to success

Professor Roberto Verganti och filosofie doktor Åsa Öberg, Politecnico di Milano, Italien
Docent Terrence Brown, KTH
April 04, 2017

The death of business models

Docent Terrence Brown, KTH
Professor Candida Brush, Babson College, USA
December 02, 2016

Being Entrepreneurial: Practices to develop your entrepreneurial mindset

Professor Candida Brush, Babson College, USA
Professor Amar Bhidé, Tufts University, USA
August 29, 2016

Innovation in health care – Lessons from the venturesome economy

Professor Amar Bhidé, Tufts University, USA
Docent Karim R Lakhani, Harvard Business School, USA
February 26, 2016

Open Innovation – How can I use the crowd?

Docent Karim R Lakhani, Harvard Business School, USA
Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University, USA
September 07, 2015

From Inspiration to Implementation - How to bring your ideas to life

Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University, USA
Professor Saara Taalas, Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö
April 13, 2015

Re:mixed, re:used and re:produced – Entrepreneurial systems in the 21st century

Professor Saara Taalas, Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö
Professor Mary Walshok, University of California San Diego, USA
March 10, 2015

Regional innovation capacity – where does it come from?

Professor Mary Walshok, University of California San Diego, USA
Professor John Mullins, London Business School, Storbritannien
January 28, 2015

What Entrepreneurs and Angels Should Do Before They Dance

Professor John Mullins, London Business School, Storbritannien
Professor Howard Aldrich, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
September 30, 2013

Hackers, makers and crowdfunders – Lowering the barriers to entrepreneurship

Professor Howard Aldrich, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Professor Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
September 12, 2013

Always looking for the “new” new thing – How Silicon Valley evolved and what Sweden can learn from it

Professor Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis
Maria Elmquist, Chalmers tekniska högskola, Bill Gartner, Clemson University, USA, Carin Holmquist, Handelshögskolan i Stockholm, Bengt Johannisson, Linnéuniversitetet och Högskolan i Jönköping, Vinit Parida, Luleå tekniska universitet, Karl Wennberg, Handelshögskolan i Stockholm och Caroline Wigren-Kristoferson, Lunds universitet.
December 12, 2012

Moving entrepreneurship forward

Maria Elmquist, Chalmers tekniska högskola, Bill Gartner, Clemson University, USA, Carin Holmquist, Handelshögskolan i Stockholm, Bengt Johannisson, Linnéuniversitetet och Högskolan i Jönköping, Vinit Parida, Luleå tekniska universitet, Karl Wennberg, Handelshögskolan i Stockholm och Caroline Wigren-Kristoferson, Lunds universitet.
Professor Maureen McKelvey, Göteborgs universitet
February 21, 2012

Universities, patents and innovation – what’s in it for the entrepreneurs?

Professor Maureen McKelvey, Göteborgs universitet
Professor Bill Gartner, Clemson University, USA
December 14, 2011

Entrepreneurship and storytelling

Professor Bill Gartner, Clemson University, USA
Professor Elizabeth Gatewood, Wake Forest University, USA
September 05, 2011

Entrepreneurship in developing countries

Professor Elizabeth Gatewood, Wake Forest University, USA
Professor Amar Bhidé,  Tufts University, USA
October 11, 2010

Financing the Venturesome Economy

Professor Amar Bhidé, Tufts University, USA
Professor John Mullins, London Business School, Storbritannien
March 11, 2010

Getting to Plan B – How to develop a business model that will actually work

Professor John Mullins, London Business School, Storbritannien
Professor Patricia Greene, Babson College, USA, Kristina Theander, Middagsfrid, and Gunilla Thorstensson, Tillväxtverket
November 16, 2009

Women's entrepreneurship – Attitudes and role models

Professor Patricia Greene, Babson College, USA, Kristina Theander, Middagsfrid, and Gunilla Thorstensson, Tillväxtverket
Professor Daniel Hjorth, Handelshögskolan i Köpenhamn, och professor Kelly Shaver, College of Charleston, USA.
November 07, 2007

Successful failures and abnormal normalities – About learning entrepreneurship

Professor Daniel Hjorth, Handelshögskolan i Köpenhamn, och professor Kelly Shaver, College of Charleston, USA.
Dr Jonathan Levie, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde, Skottland
November 07, 2006

”Can entrepreneurship be taught?” is the wrong question

Dr Jonathan Levie, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde, Skottland
Docent Saras Sarasvathy, Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, USA
January 11, 2006

The entrepreneurial method: Unleashing the potential of human nature

Docent Saras Sarasvathy, Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, USA