Out-innovate : how global entrepreneurs--from Delhi to Detroit--are rewriting the rules of Silicon Valley / Alexandre Lazarow.Material type: TextPublisher: Boston, MA : Harvard Business Review Press, Description: 272 pages cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781633697584Subject(s): New business enterprises | Entrepreneurship | Success in business | Globalization -- Economic aspects | Creative ability in businessDDC classification: 658.1/1 LOC classification: HD62.5 | .L39 2020
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Introduction: Beyond Silicon Valley -- Create: create new industries rather than disrupt existing ones -- Foster the full stack: don't just rely on software for your product -- Raise a camel: build for sustainability and resiliency -- Cross-pollinate: connect ideas and networks from around the world -- Be born global: target the world from day one -- Establish a distributed team: tap talent from across the globe -- Build A-teams: don't just hire A-players; find and train the teams you need -- Train to be a multi-mission athlete: combine impact and profit-based goals -- Manage risk: foster trust, don't just 'move fast and break things' -- Reinvent finance: develop new venture models for tougher ecosystems -- Lay the foundation: support the next generation of entrepreneurs -- It takes a village: how the rest of us can help -- Conclusion: The future is at the frontier.
"The new playbook for innovation and startup success is emerging from beyond Silicon Valley - at the "frontier." Startups have changed the world. In the United States, many startups, such as Tesla, Apple, and Amazon, have become household names. The economic value of startups has doubled since 1992 and is projected to double again in the next fifteen years. For decades, the hot center of this phenomenon has been Silicon Valley. This is changing fast. Thanks to technology, startups can now take root anywhere - and they are, from Delhi to Detroit to Nairobi to Sao Paulo. Yet despite this globalization of startup activity, our knowledge of how to build successful startups is still drawn primarily from Silicon Valley - over the years, countless books, blogs, and speeches have codified this model, prescribing what a startup should look like and how it should be run. As venture capitalist Alexandre Lazarow shows in this insightful and instructive book, this Silicon Valley "gospel" is due for a refresh - and it comes from what he calls the "frontier," the growing constellation of startup ecosystems, outside of the Valley and other major economic centers, that now stretches across the globe. The frontier is a truly different world where startups often must cope with political or economic instability and lack of infrastructure, and where there might be little or no access to angel investors, venture capitalists, or experienced employee pools. Under such conditions, entrepreneurs must be creators who build industries rather than disruptors who change them because there are few existing businesses to disrupt. The companies they create must be global from birth because local markets are too small. They focus on resiliency and sustainability rather than unicorn-style growth at any cost. With rich and wide-ranging stories of frontier innovators from around the world, Out-Innovate is the new playbook for innovation - wherever it has the potential to happen"-- Provided by publisher.