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1
MGMT/BIOE 633
April 16, 2013
Lecture XI Jack Gills Career Planner A
Roadmap to Success
Faculty Jack M. Gill, Ph.D. Robert Ulrich, Ph.D.
Teaching Assistants Matthew Pautz Joanna Nathan
Rev. 3.28.13
2
Origin of These Concepts
  • Lifetime of observations in Silicon Valley,
    Boston and Texas Entrepreneurial communities
  • 30 years practice of VC and Angel Investing
  • Teaching at Stanford, Harvard, MIT Rice
  • Tracking 1000s of brilliant students
  • Analyzed patterns of successful careers
  • Advisor to 1000s for career steps, contacts, jobs
  • Stayed in touch! Got feedback! Saw Results!

3
1972 Study and Survey by AEA - Stanford -
Harvard Study
Repeat Why are High-tech Jobs so Important?
  • Nothing generates more
  • per dollar invested than dollars invested
    in entrepreneurial high- tech start-up companies

Jobs Tax revenues Exports
Capital efficiency!Maintains Economic Leadership
4
It Is True That
Repeat The Value of High-tech Enterprise!
There have been more There have been more
Jobs created High income careers Wealth created Market value created New millionaires made Taxes paid to government Export value shipped Global market share earned
by high-tech enterprise in Californias Silicon
Valley than any other time or place in the
history of the world
Today, California accounts for over 40 and
Boston NE for 18 of VC activity.
Combined 2/3 of USA
5
During the Last 3 Decades in the USA
The Bad News
  • Over 20 million jobs in the USA were lost due to
    corporate mergers, downsizing, consolidations and
    moving operations offshore, and business failures
  • Kept US industry in leading positions worldwide
  • Fortunately, 35 million new jobs were created.

The Good News
Over 60 of these were created by entrepreneurial
small businesses.
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Research creates ideas, prototypes, and IP
Products Come from Commercial Development
Corp R/D Centers
Academia
NSF DOD NIH
Knowledge World
Basic Research
Commercial Product Development
Products Services World
Strong Economy
Jobs
Improved Quality of Life
Innovative Products
7
The Enabling MajorsScience and Engineering
Disciplines
  • Chemistry, Biochemistry
  • Biology, Genetics, Biotech
  • Physics, Photonics, Math, Nano
  • Medicine, Surgery, Diagnostics
  • Electrical Engineering, CS
  • Biomed other engineering fields

Where most jobs are
  • Research Development
  • Sales Marketing
  • General Management
  • The Entrepreneurial World

8
Economic Size of Human Activities
Actualization Esteem Love/Belonging Physiological
Safety
Communicate
  • Phone, books, TV
  • Email, Internet
  • Apps, media

Religion, Enlightenment, Transcendence
MASLOW
Stay Healthy
Procreate Healthcare Medications
  • Movies
  • Sports
  • Theatre
  • Music

Entertain
Nourish
  • Food
  • Beverage
  • Restaurants

Produce Goods
  • Houses, furniture
  • Car, Airplanes
  • TV, Radio, Electronics
  • Luxury goods

Survive
  • Nations
  • Cultures
  • Religions
  • Wars

Educate
  • Secondary schools
  • Universities
  • Professional

9
Premise of Jack Gills Career Model
  • Science, engineering, medicine, and business
    backgrounds are great enablers
  • Goal is to achieve big time, entrepreneurial
    success?
  • Be CEO or senior manager of high-tech company
  • Found or co-found own company
  • Earn serious, big money
  • Run your own show
  • Become financially independent


Do you want to achieve?
All or most of the above For Big Time Success!
10
Three Categories of Businesses
  1. The Big Multinational Companies
  2. High-growth Companies
  3. Entrepreneurial Companies

11
Differentiated Growth Rates
Annual Growth 5-10 10-20 20-30
  1. The Big Multinational Companies
  2. High-growth Companies
  3. Entrepreneurial Companies

12
A The Big Multinational Companies
  • Tens of billions revenue
  • Multinational, Fortune 500
  • Growth 5 to 10 per year
  • Dominate large markets
  • Manufacturing and marketing in most countries
  • E.g. Ford, GE, IBM, HP, PG, JJ, Pfizer,
    Merck
  • Daimler, Siemens, Novartis, Philips, Shell
  • Toyota, Mitsubishi, Samsung, Sony, NEC
  • Big, stable, well-managed monoliths
  • Great long term career opportunities
  • Good places for entrepreneurs to start careers
    and put a great name on your resume

13
B The High-growth Companies
  • 500 million to billions annual revenue
  • Emerging as big multinationals
  • Growth 10 to 20 per year
  • Mostly pioneering technology leaders
  • Manufacturing and marketing in USA, Europe, Asia
  • E.g. Cisco, Intel, Microsoft, Medtronic,
    Genentech
  • Nokia, Alcatel, SAP, BAAN, Astra Zeneca
  • ACER, Samsung, Lenova, Huawei
  • Dynamic, aggressive market leaders
  • Great places to accelerate careers and
  • find, emulate mentors

14
C Young Entrepreneurially Driven Companies
  • Revenues startup stage to a few Billion
  • Still private or newly public
  • E.g. Google, Zynga, A123, Cook, Facebook
  • Pioneering new technologies and markets
  • Typical growth 20 to 30 per year
  • Fledgling European and Asian operations
  • Ideal for mature, fast-track, ambitious people
  • Great catch the wave opportunities

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Recommend you pursue. Steady, Stepwise
Career Development
A B C
Work for Big Name, Well- Managed Company
Then Work for Dynamic, High- Growth Company
Then, Ready for Startup Company
Get a Good Education
Great enabler Tech. B.S., M.S. plus M.B.A. Technical Ph.D. or M.D. Bed down basics Name on resume Develop maturity Flex wings, practice Accelerate career Stay if hot company High risk Stock options The ultimate trip!
  • Walk before you run!
  • Build great resume
  • Lower risk pathway
  • Safest Ticket to big success

16
A B C
Work for Big Name, Well- Managed Company
Then Work for Dynamic, High- Growth Company
Then, Ready for Startup Company
Get a Good Education
Student Era Learn, Prepare
Get solid undergraduate education science and engineering degrees get more job choices Then obtain a M.S. or Ph.D. in technical field Skys the limit B.S. technical plus 3-5 years work, then an M.B.A. is also a good combination Very important... Diverse summer job experiences Good references, Good companies Helps focus interests, ambitions
Remember, colleges and degrees only determine
starting position and salary Its what you do
with it That counts!
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A B C
Work for Big Name, Well- Managed Company
Then Work for Dynamic, High- Growth Company
Then, Ready for Startup Company
Get a Good Education

Student Era Learn, Prepare The Fortune 500 - Corporate America 5 to 10 Annual Growth
Get solid undergraduate education science and engineering degrees get more and better job choices Then obtain a M.S. or Ph.D. in technical field Skys the limit B.S. technical plus an M.B.A. also a good combination Very important... Diverse summer job experiences Good references Focused interests, ambition Remember, colleges and degrees only determine starting position salary Its what you do with it HP, IBM, GE, Ford, PG, JJ, Medtronic Best fit after undergraduate degree Bed down basics Develop maturity 99 managed right Vertical jobs and career Slow, steady career development Low risk, high security environments Yet no longerlifetime employment Get name brand on resume Great launch platform Then back to school for M.B.A. or move to more dynamic company! Mainstream business world

Slow and steady career development Bed down
basics
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A B C
Work for Big Name, Well- Managed Company
Then, Ready for Startup Company
Get a Good Education
Then Work for Dynamic, High- Growth Company
Student Era Learn, Prepare The Fortune 500 5 to 10 Growth Hot Companies 10 to 20 Annual Growth
Get solid undergraduate education science engineering degrees still get more job choices Then obtain a M.S. or Ph.D. in technical field Skys the limit B.S. technical plus an M.B.A. also a good combination Very important... Diverse summer job experiences Good references HP, IBM, GE, GM, Ford, PG, JJ Best fit after undergraduate degree Bed down basics Develop maturity 99 managed right Vertical jobs Slow, steady career development Low risk, high security Yet no longer lifetime employment Name brand on resume Great launch platform Then back to M.B.A. program Cisco, Intel, JDSU, Oracle Microsoft, Oracle, Medtronic, Boston Scientific, BiogenIdec Fast paced horizontal opportunities Latch on to mentors Develop interpersonal skills Fast personal development curve Milk for experience Get first stock option participation Experience rapid upward mobility Catch early, great career spots
Remember, colleges and degrees only determine starting position salary Its what you do with it Slow and steady career development Bed down basics Upwardly mobile Experience Stay while on fast track
19
A B C
Work for Big Name, Well- Managed Company
Then Work for Dynamic, High- Growth Company
Get a Good Education
Then, Ready for Startup Company
Student Era The Fortune 500 5 to 10 Growth Hot Companies 10 to 20 Growth Start-ups 20-30 Growth
Get solid undergraduate education science and engineering degrees still get more job choices Then obtain a M.S. or Ph.D. in technical field Skys the limit B.S. technical plus an M.B.A. also a good combination Very important... Diverse summer job experiences Good references HP, IBM, GE, GM, Ford, PG, JJ Best fit after undergraduate degree Bed down basics Develop maturity 99 managed right Vertical jobs Slow, steady career development Low risk, high security Yet no longer lifetime employment Name brand on resume Great launch platform Then back to M.B.A. program Sun, Cisco, Dell, Intel, JDSU, Microsoft, AOL, Oracle, Ciena, Sycamore Fast paced horizontal opportunities Latch on to mentors Develop interpersonal skills Fast personal development curve Milk for experience First equity participation Rapid upward mobility Catch early, great career 10-100M Sales VC Backed Companies High Tech Start-ups Major responsibility senior mgmt. position Major equity participation Significant risks, but high potential Risk culture, bumpy road Leverage your creativity High failure rates Movers and shakers Strike it rich! Serial entrepreneurs do it again
Remember, degrees only determine starting position and salary Its what you do with it Slow and steady career development Bed down basics Upwardly mobile experience Stay while on fast track Very high risk to plunge in unprepared The ultimate opportunities
20
If You Are Entrepreneurially Driven C-Type
Companies For You
  • Most companies are founded by scientists,
    engineers, doctors and business people
    (techies, inventors, conceptualizers,
    entrepreneurs, misfits)
  • Not by academics, bureaucrats, lawyers,
    accountants, consultants, politicians,
    educators, public servants and
    service providers. These are all support
    professions!
  • Bill Gates says

Be kind to nerds! Youll probably end up
working for one!
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So, Heres the Gill Roadmap!
First Job Second Job Third Job
F-500 Company Importance of Bedding Down Basics
Join High Growth Co. Mentors and Management
Complete Your Degree(s)
Startups The Entrepreneurial Environment
If only BS or move
toGet MBA If have MS, PhD
After M.B.A.
X
X
High Risk if First Job, Inexperienced, Immature
22
Lifetime Universal Model and Timeline For A
Successful Career and a Great Life
Get college education plus advanced degree Work for F- 500 company Work for dynamic, fast-growth company Jump into entrepreneur career Morph into balanced life multiple interests

Education The great Enabler Walk the Walk Real world Experience Seek maturity Acceleration Practice your Skills Seek Mentors Move Around Aggressively Pursue Opportunities Take plunge! Work skills creativity Make your Mark! Flex your wings Giving back Having fun Psychological returns

20-26 yrs. 3-5 yrs. 5-10 yrs. Most of working life Pass On your Experience to New Generation
Dr. Gururaj Deshpande Sycamore Networks, IIT,
MIT
23
Jack Gills Timeline
In the spirit of full disclosure
Texas Native Monsanto Varian Spectra Physics Vanguard Teaching Philanthropy
BS Chem/Engr. PhD Chemistry Serious Science R/D Mgmt. Joined Entrepreneur-ial Company MBA of Hard Knocks Entrepreneur Founder-CEO Computer Company Merged into SP Founded VC Firm Vanguard 81 500M 150 Cos Gill Foundation of Texas Harvard, MIT, Rice, IU, UK, Stanford, UCB

25 yrs. 2 yrs. 5 yrs. 9 yrs. 25 yrs. Rest of Life

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Career Planning Suggestions
  • Give serious thought to career goals
  • Analyze companies, industries, options
  • Seriously work the Entrepreneur Self Help Kit
  • Make your plan
  • Dont just wait for random opportunities
  • Work the Internet and personal contacts
  • Establish and use contacts, relationships
  • Find mentors and advisors. Seek their advice!
  • Establish milestones, mid-career corrections
  • Recognize and act on changing goals
  • Chance favors the prepared mind L. Pasteur

Keep this for future referral
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Things to Remember
  • Education is the great enabler! Get all you can!
  • Steady, stepwise path is best, least risky
  • Interpersonal skills, Management skills
    Communications skills, street savvy
    awarenesslean, mean, hungry pursuit
    equally as valuable as knowledge-based skills
  • Team-oriented players (leaders) are in high
    demand
  • Mentors and training environments are key
  • Right place, right environment, make your luck!!

Steady, determined, committed pursuit
Ticket to BIG SUCCESS
26
Keeping Up with Change
Lifelong Education Keeping Technically
Current Travel, Seminars, Meetings
Sharpening Skill Sets
27
10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change Your
World 2004-5
  1. Universal translation
  2. Synthetic biology
  3. Nanowires
  4. Bayesian machine learning
  5. T-Rays
  6. Distributed storage
  7. RNAi Therapy
  8. Power grid control
  9. Microfluidic optical fibers
  10. Personal genomics

2004
http//www.technologyreview.com/special/emerging/
  1. Airborne networks
  2. Quantum wires
  3. Silicon photonics
  4. Metabolomics
  5. Magnetic-resonance force microscopy
  6. Universal memory
  7. Bacterial factories
  8. Enviromatics
  9. Cell-phone viruses
  10. Biomechatronics

2005
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MITs Tech Review Magazine. 10 Emerging
Technologies That Will Change Your World
  1. Comparative Interactomics
  2. Epignenetics
  3. Nuclear Reprogramming
  4. Universal Authentication
  5. Nanobiomechanics
  6. Nanomedicine
  7. Cognitive Radio
  8. Diffusion Tensor Imaging
  9. Pervasive Wireless
  10. Stretchable Silicon

2006
http//www.technologyreview.com/special/emerging/
  1. Peer to Peer Networks Internet Video
  2. Nanocharging Solar
  3. Invisible Revolution
  4. Personalized Medical Monitors
  5. Single-Cell Analysis
  6. A New Focus for Light
  7. Neuron Control
  8. Nanohealing
  9. Digital Imaging, Reimagined
  10. Augmented Reality

2007
29
MITs Tech Review Magazine. 10 Emerging
Technologies That Will Change Your World
  1. Modeling Surprise
  2. Probabilistic Chips
  3. NanoRadio
  4. Wireless Power
  5. Atomic Magnetometers
  6. Offline Web Applications
  7. Graphene Transistors
  8. Connectomics
  9. Reality Mining
  10. Cellulolytic Enzymes

2008
http//www.technologyreview.com/special/emerging/
  1. Intelligent Software Assistant
  2. 100 Genome
  3. Racetrack Memory
  4. Biological Machines
  5. Paper Diagnostics
  6. Liquid Battery
  7. Traveling-Wave Reactor
  8. Nanopiezoelectronics
  9. HashCache
  10. Software-Defined Networking

2009
30
MITs Tech Review Magazine. 10 Emerging
Technologies That Will Change Your World
  1. Real-Time Search
  2. Mobile 3-D
  3. Engineered Stem Cells
  4. Solar Fuel
  5. Light-Trapping Photovoltaics
  6. Social TV
  7. Green Concrete
  8. Implantable Electronics
  9. Dual-Action Antibodies
  10. Cloud Programming

2010
http//www.technologyreview.com/special/emerging/
  1. Social Indexing
  2. Smart Transformers
  3. Gestural Interfaces
  4. Cancer Genomics
  5. Solid-State Batteries
  6. Homomorphic Encryption
  7. Cloud Streaming
  8. Crash-Proof Code
  9. Separating Chromosomes
  10. Synthetic Cells

2011
31
MITs Tech Review Magazine. 10 Emerging
Technologies That Will Change Your World
  1. Real-Time Search
  2. Mobile 3-D
  3. Engineered Stem Cells
  4. Solar Fuel
  5. Light-Trapping Photovoltaics
  6. Social TV
  7. Green Concrete
  8. Implantable Electronics
  9. Dual-Action Antibodies
  10. Cloud Programming

2012
http//www.technologyreview.com/special/emerging/
  1. TBD
  2. TBD
  3. TBD
  4. TBD
  5. TBD
  6. Homomorphic Encryption
  7. Cloud Streaming
  8. Crash-Proof Code
  9. Separating Chromosomes
  10. Synthetic Cells

2013
32
TR 35 Innovator Awards The Next Generation of
Technology
  • Technology Review 35
  • 35 Innovators Under 35
  • Volume 115
  • Sept. Oct. 2012

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TR-35 Awards 2012
Web Daniel Ek Shishir Mehrotra Ben
Silbermann Christopher Soghoian
Biomedicine Ryan Bailey Ken Endo Christina
Fan Abraham Flaxman Bryan Laulicht Juan
Sebastian Osorio Weian Zhao Communications
Energy Burcin Becerik-Gerber Qixin Chen
William Chueh Danielle Fong Shannon
Miller Materials Sarbajit Banerjee Mircea
Dinca Prashant Jain Nanashu Lu Joyce Poon
Pratheev Sreetharan Bozhi Tian Zheng Wang
Baile Zhang
Computing Rana el Kaliouby Saikat Guha
Chris Harrison John Hering Drew Houston Ren
Ng Hossein Rahnama Leila Takayama Eben
Upton Andreas Velten
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5 New Technologies That Will Change Everything!
  • 3D High Res, Interactive, Smart TV
  • USB 3.0 and high-cap memory devices
  • Cloud Computing and storage
  • Video over Wi-fi, Bluetooth, Etc
  • Mobile Augmented Reality

35
10 Tech Trends to Watch
Endless Articles In Forbes, Fortune,
BusinessWeek, etc.
Add some of these to your technical reading!
2005 Issue
Fortune Jan. 10,2005 Why Theres No Escaping the
Blog pp. 44-50, Early Adopters Paradise pp.
53-60
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Fortune March 22, 2010 Issue
37
Bailing Out of the F-500s Why Do People Leave
Great Companies?
Old notions!Still valid!
  • By Donald M. Dible
  • IEEE Spectrum May 1972
  • The entrepreneur is motivated by a push-pull
    process- he/she is sometimes lured, often
    provoked, into independence

Donald M. Dible is the author of Up Your Own
Organization!, a handbook on how to start your
own business without going bankrupt. Mr. Dible
received a B.S.E.E. degree from MIT and a
M.S.E.E. degree from Stanford University. He
there spent seven years working for three small
founder-managed companies. Mr. Dibles
entrepreneurial instincts first emerged at the
age of six, when we began selling his used toys
door to door to raise capital for bigger and
better ventures.
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Dear Boss Why Im Quitting
  • Those elements outside the corporation walls that
    irresistibly lure the would-be entrepreneur to
    test his mettle in his own expertise
  • The desire to be his own boss
  • The desire for fame
  • The desire for personal fortune
  • The pure joy of winning
  • For techies, the desire to invent or build
    something significant

Donald M. Dible, IEEE, May 1972
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More Dibble Dear Boss Why Im Quitting
  • Those elements in the corporate experience that
    provoke him/her to run screaming for the exit
  • Inadequate corporate communications
  • Inequity between major communications and
    financial rewards
  • Promotion and salary policies
  • Employment security?
  • Corporate politics and nepotism
  • Red tape and bureaucracy
  • Orphan products

Donald M. Dible, IEEE, May 1972
40
Do I Need an MBA? Business Schools
  • What is the value of 2-year MBA for
  • Scientists, Engineers, MDs?
  • MBA from the School of Hard Knocks
  • Executive and weekend MBA Programs
  • Business School Rankings
  • - Do they matter?
  • - Multiple Ranking Sources
  • Entrepreneur Centers and Resources
  • Eg. Rice Alliance, HTC, BioHouston
    Enventure, Platform, Ignite, Mgmt/Bioe633

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Top 25 Business Schools 2012
15. UCLA (Anderson)
16. Cornell University (Johnson)
17. U. of Texas- Austin (McCombs)
18. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
19. Emory University (Goizueta)
19. UNC- Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)
21. USC (Marshall)
22. Washington University (Olin)
23. Indiana University (Kelley)
24. Georgetown (McDonough)
25. Ohio State University (Fisher)
25. Rice University (Jones)
25. Notre Dame (Mendoza)
25. U. of Wisconsin
25. Vanderbilt (Owen)
1. Harvard University
1. Stanford University
3. U. of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
4. MIT (Sloan)
4. Northwestern (Kellogg)
4. U. of Chicago (Booth)
7. U. of C.- Berkeley (Haas)
8. Columbia University
9. Dartmouth University (Tuck)
10. Yale University
11. NYU (Stern)
12. Duke University (Fuqua)
13. U. of Michigan (Ross)
13. U. of Virginia (Darden)
http//grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/
best-graduate-schools/top-business-schools/mba-ran
kings
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2012 Top Entrepreneur Schools
  • Babson College (Olin)
  • Stanford University
  • Harvard University
  • MIT (Sloan)
  • UPenn (Wharton)
  • UC Berkeley (Haas)
  • UT Austin (McCombs)
  • Indiana University (Kelley)
  • University of Arizona (Eller)
  • 10. USC (Marshall)

Have BEST Entrepreneur Programs
RiceA Rising Powerhouse
http//grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/
best-graduate-schools/top-business-schools/entrepr
eneurship-rankings
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Forbes Most Admired Companies 2011
  • PepsiCo
  • Caterpillar
  • Cisco Systems
  • Costco Wholesale
  • UPS
  • Nestle
  • Intel
  • Toyota Motor
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Volkswagon
  • Best Buy
  • Marriott International
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Deere
  • Netflix
  • Wells Fargo
  • Honda Motor
  • DuPont
  • Yum Brands
  1. Apple
  2. Google
  3. Berkshire Hathaway
  4. Southwest Airlines
  5. Proctor Gamble
  6. Coca Cola
  7. Amazon.com
  8. Fedex
  9. Microsoft
  10. McDonalds
  11. Wal-Mart Stores
  12. IBM
  13. General Electric
  14. Walt Disney
  15. 3M
  16. Starbucks
  17. Johnson Johnson
  18. Singapore Airlines
  19. BMW

Great names On your resume
44
Gills High-tech Career Planning Brochure
Career planning guide and ideas based on 1000s
of Big Time Achievers in Silicon Valley and
Boston
Keep this for future reference
45
Lingering Questions to Consider
  • Do I really want to be an entrepreneur?
    Yes!
  • Am I willing to pay the price?
    Yes!
  • What is my best path for fast track career Gill
    Roadmap
  • How important are science, engineering, and
    medical backgrounds?
    Very!
  • Will a Ph.D. or MBA give me a major advantage?
    Yes!
  • Does an MBA accelerate my career?
    Yes!
  • Do I need to be in Silicon Valley or Boston?
    No!
  • What is competition like in the real world?
    Fierce!
  • Where do I want to be in five years
  • ten years 20 years?
    Successful!

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10 Smartest Things To Do. To Ensure Big Time
Success
  1. Earn Tech Degree MBA or PhD or MD
  2. Spend 2-5 years at leading F-500 Company
  3. Get 3-5 years experience at High Growth Co.
  4. Find and foster mentors along the way
  5. Develop interpersonal and leadership skills
  6. Read about, seek meet, cultivateAchievers
  7. Constantly assess your SWOT
    Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats
  8. Lean, mean, hungryfocused, determined pursuit
  9. Exhibit zeal, passion commitment to excellence!
  10. Take every course in entrepreneurship you can!

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10 Dumbest Things. That will compromise your
career
  1. Under pursue, under perform in academic pursuits
  2. Jump into high risk situations, immature,
    unprepared
  3. Build a resume of multiple short tenures with
    unknown, mediocre companies
  4. Not addressing your weaknesses
  5. Associating with people with compromised ethics
  6. Not developing effective communication skills
  7. Believing you can do anything and everything
  8. Hanging out with losers un-ambitious people
  9. Putting things offletting the years go by
  10. Letting anger, jealousy, frustrationrule you life

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Final Advice for a Great Career
  • Pick dynamic growth opportunities
  • Create your own version of career goals
  • Find ways to leverage your skill sets
  • Identify movers and shakers
  • Adopt, emulate, befriend, learn from
  • Pursue lifelong learning opportunities
  • Set goals, milestones, check points
  • Travel in the fast crowd
  • Stay focused, determined, committed
  • Figure out a balance in life
  • Career, Family, Vacations, Travel, Learning
    Recreation, Volunteering, Helping Others

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  • Some Ideas
  • Suggested Reading

50
April 13, 2009 Issue Lots of Creative Ideas!
51
April 13, 2009 Issue Entrepreneurs do well
in Recessions
52
Steve Jobs Reinvents Apple Pixar Disney
53
2009
Still Hiring Even in a Recession
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  • 2009 List
  • Gates 40B (18)
  • Buffet 37B (25)
  • Helu 35B (25)
  • Ellison 22B (2.5)
  • Kamprad 22B (9)

55
  • 2012 List
  • Helu 69B
  • Gates 61B
  • Buffett 44B
  • Arnault 41B
  • Ortega 37.5B

56
Reasons Cited Risk Aversion Short Term
Focus Gov. Intervention Easy Money
Deals Quick Exit Strategy
57
Profile of 12 On-deck for Super Stardom Where
did they learn to manage?
58
Virgin Airlines Billionaire Thrill Seeker Bad
Ass Big Time Achiever
59
2000 2010
  • The Decades Top 10 Trends
  • Perhaps no other 10 year period in history has
    seen so much innovations in one filed
  • Cellcam
  • Cellphone Applications
  • Digital Music
  • DVD/Blu-Ray
  • GPS
  • Social Networking
  • Laptops
  • DVR
  • Ebooks
  • Big-Screen Plasma TV

60
Most Innovative Companies
Technology Review Volume 113, No. 2 April 2010
61
Influencing business and society through
technology
Really Interesting Read!
62
  • So. OK, You Have Heard
  • The Career Plan
  • Lets Debate Discuss
  • How it Can Work for You!
  • Self Improvement Exercises

63
Jack M. Gill, Ph.D.
B.S. Engineering Chemistry
Ph.D. Organic Chemistry
Chromatography, Lab Automation, Lasers
Native Texan
  • Cofounder 1981
  • 7 funds
  • 500 million
  • gt1 billion net made on first 155 M

8 years in Boston, New England
Educational Philanthropy Over 25 million gifts
to date
35 years in Silicon Valley
Texas Emerging Technology Fund
Board of Trustees
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Robert D. Ulrich, Ph.D.
BA Physics
M.S. Ph.D. Polymer Science
Research Scientist and Executive
Photographic Engineer
Native Californian
MENLOCare
Corporate Development and Venture Investments
Managing Partner Health Care Investments
President CEO Acquired by Johnson Johnson
Research Management
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