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GCEC Webinar - Feb - Shared screen with speaker view
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25:35
Welcome to this month's GCEC conncections! - feel free to share your LinkedIn here!
SuzanneB - U of Louisville, KY
26:57
Greetings from Louisville! https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzanne-bergmeister-91b0645/
Rachel Davis
27:00
https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-davis-592aa914/
Matthew Hanson
27:04
https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewhansonphd
Cathy Ogur - UPenn
27:19
https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathyogur/
Efe Imiren
27:24
Hello everyone,Efe ImirenLecturer in EnterpriseSuffolk Business Schoolhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/efe-imiren/
Shiela Yabo
27:32
Hello everyone, I am Shiela Yabo from the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, South Africa. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shielayaboct/
Mike Panesis
27:33
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mpanesis/
Henry Mortimer - Univ of Baltimore
27:50
Hello from Baltimore, hon! Hope to see everyone in person in October. https://www.linkedin.com/in/henrymortimer/
Valeri Werpetinski
27:52
https://www.linkedin.com/in/valeriwerpetinski/
Al Bartosic - Fordham Foundry
28:06
https://www.linkedin.com/in/al-bartosic-1a77161/
Luis Martínez
28:23
hello from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. https://www.linkedin.com/in/drluismartinez/
Tricia Ball
28:27
Hi everyone! Tricia Ball from Marshall University in Huntington, WV - www.linkedin.com/in/triciarball
Henry Mortimer - Univ of Baltimore
28:34
Baltimore info here: https://www.gcecbaltimore.com/
Jessica A Lattanza
28:39
Hello from Penn State Altoona
Jessica A Lattanza
28:43
www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-lattanza-3640397
Yashin Shah
28:47
Hello from the Ryerson Venture Zone in Brampton, Canada! https://www.linkedin.com/in/yashinshah/
Baum, Jan
28:51
Another welcome from Baltimore! https://www.linkedin.com/in/janxbaum/
Christopher Schneider
28:59
Hello from the Polsky Center at the University of Chicago: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-schneider-61626253/
Amelia Schaffner
29:04
Hello, Amelia Schaffner here, from the Emory-Goizueta CEI (http://emory.biz/innovate)
Pattie Diggin, West Chester University
29:06
Pattie Diggin, Cottrell Entrepreneurship Center, West Chester University of Pennsylvania https://www.linkedin.com/in/patricia-diggin-4b12b98/
Doreen Cutter
29:16
Hello — Dartmouth College - Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship linkedin.com/in/doreencutter
Kristen Golden (she/her)
29:41
Hello! Kristen Golden from VentureWell. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristen-golden-23012b4/
Joshua Ross
29:44
Happy Friday and Hello From Joshua Ross @ The University of Denver https://daniels.du.edu/entrepreneurship/
Lisa Lavina
29:58
Hi, Lisa Lavina from Innovate@BU in Boston https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-lavina-68257ab/
Karl Unterschuetz
30:03
Karl Unterschuetz @ University of Montana https://www.linkedin.com/in/karl-unterschuetz-7983964/
Dan Olszewski
30:07
Hi- Dan Olszewski, Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship, UW-Madison
Emily Bear
30:12
Hi from Purdue - Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship! https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-bear/
Libby Santin
30:21
Hi from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga https://www.linkedin.com/in/libby-santin-64015714/
Deb Williams
30:22
Hi Suzanne B and everyone! Hello from Fayetteville Arkansas! https://www.linkedin.com/in/deb-williams-1b043b7/
Jeff Varrone
30:27
Hi! Jeff Varrone - Northern Kentucky University- Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-varrone-ba03a95
Kate Reiling
30:30
Hi from Kate @Macalester College https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-ryan-reiling-0897554/
Yvonne Cariveau
30:38
Hi all! Minnesota State University, Mankato here https://cob.mnsu.edu/cie/
Recha Reid - Georgia Tech (she/her/hers)
30:57
Saying hi from Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Recha Reid https://www.linkedin.com/in/rechareid/
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
31:04
https://docs.google.com/document/d/17PZgxyKAuJNl36ZOqKIGhrYpY_j0MX_q_xpxfrGvux8/edit?usp=sharing
Darsel Keane
31:09
Hello: Darsel Keane from the University of Auckland, New Zealand
Fermin Diaz
31:21
Hi From Pennsylvania https://www.linkedin.com/in/ferminjdiaz
Michael Goldberg
31:50
Greetings from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland! https://www.linkedin.com/in/mgoldberg2/
Kate Harmon
32:01
Hello from the University of Oregon https://www.linkedin.com/in/kateharmon1/
Rick Coplin
32:02
Good afternoon/morning/evening from 𝐃𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐨𝐧 𝐔𝐧𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐬𝐢𝐭𝐲. I’m looking forward to eating people in person in the Fall. In the meantime find me at, https://www.linkedin.com/in/rickcoplin and find 𝐃𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐨𝐧'𝐬 Entrepreneurship program at https://denison.edu/campus/entrepreneurship
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
32:46
Join in the conversation by adding your thoughts to the doc linked here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/17PZgxyKAuJNl36ZOqKIGhrYpY_j0MX_q_xpxfrGvux8/edit?usp=sharing
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
33:00
And add any questions you have here in the chat
Doug DeGirolamo
33:03
Hi all from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH! https://www.linkedin.com/in/dougdegirolamo
Nick Chagin (3 Day Startup)
33:40
TGIF! Nick Chagin from 3 Day Startup https://3daystartup.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickchagin/ I see some of our current and past partners here today! (U of Illinois, Denison, Dartmouth, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Trinity)
Donna Bon
34:09
Hello from Penn State Altoona -https://www.linkedin.com/in/donna-bon-aaab7816/
Doreen Cutter
34:15
3daystartup is fantastic!
Darsel Keane
34:17
Hello, Darsel Keane, from the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. https://www.cie.auckland.ac.nz/ I am also doing a PhD on measuring entrepreneurial mindset
Neil Kane
35:26
Neil Kane from Michigan State University: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilkane/
Rick Coplin
35:36
Highly recommend Nick Chagrin and 3DS. Thanks for the shoutout Nick!
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
36:55
Welcome to our late arrivals! Join in the conversation by adding your thoughts to the doc linked here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/17PZgxyKAuJNl36ZOqKIGhrYpY_j0MX_q_xpxfrGvux8/edit?usp=sharing
Carrie White
39:05
Hello from West Virginia University!
Carrie White
39:10
https://www.linkedin.com/in/carrie-white-60b25311/
Anne-Marie Maman
41:03
Hello from Princeton University, in central NJ. https://www.linkedin.com/in/annemariemaman/
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
41:40
Welcome to our late arrivals! Join in the conversation by adding your thoughts to the doc linked here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/17PZgxyKAuJNl36ZOqKIGhrYpY_j0MX_q_xpxfrGvux8/edit?usp=sharing
Jennifer MacDonald
41:42
Yes!! need to start with your mission and goals!
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
42:01
Please type questions you have in the chat here
Charles Matthews, PhD
43:05
Hello, Great to see everyone! Chuck Matthews, from the Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati, linkedin.com/in/charles-h-matthews-ph-d-08b6b8
Al Bartosic - Fordham Foundry
43:23
Is anybody being asked about metrics around social entrepreneurship or social impact?
Yvonne Cariveau
43:45
Flying vs flapping of wings - great point.
Darsel Keane
44:13
Love that and so true
Wills Hapworth
44:41
Wind blowing but the trees ain’t moving
Matthew Hanson
46:07
Pitchbook
Wills Hapworth
46:19
Linkedin, Crunchbase, surveys
Greg Wymer - MIT
47:35
Is it our role as part of the GCEC to reframe success measurements with the broader world (whomever they may be) such that entrepreneurship does not equal startups founded? We have 5 personas for our students and only 2 involve working in a startup environment.
Wills Hapworth
48:16
Could probably use https://www.affinity.co/
Chuck Sacco (Drexel U.)
48:55
We license CrunchBase at Drexel; also looking to get Pitchbook; LinkedIn useful but needs brute force approach
Jennifer Herold
49:04
Jennifer Herold from the Kellogg School of Mgmt https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-herold-418a6447/
Shiela Yabo
49:18
Interesting perspective Greg - would like to learn more about the 5 personas.
Amelia Schaffner
49:33
we do track social enterprise/impact, via the micro-enterprises we help grow (through a program we have called Start:ME)
Baum, Jan
49:34
^^
Lisa Lavina
49:44
We use Pitchbook and Crunchbase. Paid 2 student interns studying data management to design the search queries.
Greg Wymer - MIT
49:56
1. foundernot a founder but wants to work at a startup, corporate entrep
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
50:11
Halcyon Incubator for social impact https://halcyonhouse.org/incubator/about
Lisa Lavina
50:21
Agree that data has to be analyzed and isn’t perfect, but is a good place to start.
Christopher Schneider
50:37
How do you leverage your data to help build teams?
Al Bartosic - Fordham Foundry
50:51
EXACTLY
Matthew Hanson
51:26
Great earlier point that startups that raise investor cap[ital are only 1 to 2% of startups; the other 98% are harder to track
Christopher Schneider
51:42
What methods have been successful in creating data mindful cultures on your teams?
Christopher Schneider
52:20
I.E How do you prevent the “collect the data, and do nothing with it” habit?
Kristen Yngve
55:12
At Babson, I feel like we measure entrepreneurship well -- but not social impact. If anyone has been measuring this well, I'd love to connect!
Alex Zorychta ("Zoretta")
56:05
If your responses aren’t high from student founders, it might be an indicator you aren’t doing enough to build relationships with them
Kristen Golden (she/her)
56:25
How do you measure the ways your programs impact individuals outside of venture success (e.g., entrepreneurial mindset, risk tolerance, confidence)?
elizabethgortmaker
57:02
Belmont does a Top 100 event as well. We did it virtually this year, but the Top 100 book (each founder gets 1 page) is the main component we use for many purposes and send to each founder
Kate Harmon
57:17
Feld and Hathaway’s The Startup Community Way highlights a comparative model approach—using multiple (ex: network models that measure connections, introductions, etc, combined with other frameworks)
Bara Watts
57:42
Is there a way to set out a funnel-like measurement tracking steps along the way to success?
Rachel Davis
58:01
Measuring impact is resource intensive . . sometimes it's a catch 22 with capturing great stories and journeys to secure future internal investment for activity, yet finding the time to do this when trying to get stuff off the ground . ..
Darsel Keane
58:22
We measure this but it is not great. i’m doing a PhD looking at this
Alex Zorychta ("Zoretta")
59:37
As a practical proxy for “entrepreneurial mindset”, we developed a simple Behavioral Engagement Metric that we tracked every time we had a conversation with student founders. By optimizing for this over time, we dramatically increased the throughput of successful ventures of graduating students
Doreen Cutter
59:38
I agree Sean — Dartmouth does not have undergraduate courses for entrepreneurship, yet we have a large membership of our Magnuson Center. Even more active during COVID
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
59:59
Welcome to our late arrivals! Join in the conversation by adding your thoughts to the doc linked here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/17PZgxyKAuJNl36ZOqKIGhrYpY_j0MX_q_xpxfrGvux8/edit?usp=sharing
Victoria Nicholl
01:00:47
wow! would love to hear how that course goes 🙌
Randolph.quinn@utsa.edu
01:01:16
Hello from San Antonio, TX—Randy Quinn http://linkedin.com/in/randolph-randy-borland-quinn-mba-622775
Kotaro Takeda
01:03:02
Hello from Tohoku, Japan -Kotaro Takeda https://www.linkedin.com/in/kotaro-takeda-109147109/
Victoria Larke
01:04:08
Hello from Toronto! https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-larke/
Hadar Borden
01:04:50
Hello from Buffalo! Always happy to connect and discuss the intrapreneurial journey and entrepreneurial mindset, it's become an area of focus for our campus as employers are seeking students with the ENT mindset. https://www.linkedin.com/in/hadar-borden-96a96a4
John MacRitchie
01:05:07
Anyone done work comparing the results for students / participants vs. the general student or non-participant population?
Alex Zorychta ("Zoretta")
01:05:56
Having students in the same classroom who have different entrepreneurial objectives (degree requirement, studying entrepreneurs, becoming an entrepreneur, etc) significantly dampens the ability for the classroom to increase entrepreneurial mindset.
David Ochi
01:07:49
Very interesting to see how this conversation has evolved from GCEC presentations from years' past. It's worth digging through presentations from prior years to see how the conversation has (and hasn't) evolved. For sure, academic metrics and outcomes (attendance, reach, learning outcomes, equity, etc.) are frequently in conflict with economic development metrics (patents, commercialization, jobs created, companies formed, funding raised, exits, etc.). Balancing these two categories of metrics is critical based upon the mission and expectations of your program. Mixing them up and assuming that more funding means you're better educating students or, vice versa, that better participation by students means you're building better companies is problematic.David OchiExecutive Director, Innovation Incubator, CSU Dominguez Hillshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/davidochi
Neil Kane
01:09:05
Some of the metrics are goals--and others should just be leading indicators.
Betsy Klein, Stanford
01:09:35
Agree with Sean 100%
Neil Kane
01:10:01
A key feature of my capstone class is to have the students figure out where they want to get--and then figure out what they can measure week to week to see if they're tracking toward their long term goals.I see some parallels here...
Rick Coplin
01:10:12
We put students in direct contact with donors (to our program and/or the university as a whole) to tell their story. We coach them in advance on a variety of topics so that the expense is great all-around.
Chuck Sacco (Drexel U.)
01:11:14
Good points Sean. Sounds counterintuitive but a majority of our students at Drexel majoring in entrepreneurship aren't starting a business right away. Getting experience, building a network, learning an industry are so important to long-term entrepreneurial success.
Amelia Schaffner
01:11:21
another important metric we aim to monitor is the diversity of founders
Victoria Nicholl
01:11:36
agree with this, even if they don’t have to work for themselves, they are going to work for companies that are selling services or products almost certainly. You don’t have to start a company to be entrepreneurial or impact the outcomes of a company. I suspect everyone in this chat is constantly launching services and making their centres more successful. The same applies to our students.
Anthony Testa - RIT
01:12:23
Great thought, Sean. It's the leadership qualities of mindset and a comfort with ambiguity that will allow these students to innovate as either entrepreneurs or intrapreneurs.
Bara Watts
01:12:25
How do you build this culture cross campus
Mukundan Iyengar
01:12:39
Amazing to be with you all! I’d love to continue this convo. Please join in on LinkedIn if you will: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mukundiyengar/
Baum, Jan
01:13:10
^^
Rachel Davis
01:13:14
culture starts with institutional strategy and leadership
Wendy Bolger (she/her)
01:13:30
We’ll talk more metrics in Baltimore in October!!
Baum, Jan
01:13:46
I measure diversity across all roles within our entrepreneurship programming- presenters, comp. judges, mentors etc.
Amelia Schaffner
01:13:50
(founder diversity.... and funding % that goes to diverse founders)
Jeff Reid - Georgetown
01:14:17
Join in the conversation by adding your thoughts to the doc linked here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/17PZgxyKAuJNl36ZOqKIGhrYpY_j0MX_q_xpxfrGvux8/edit?usp=sharing
Victoria Nicholl
01:14:19
Would love to connect Check out Victoria Nicholl’s profile on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorianicholl
Rick Coplin
01:14:27
Founder diversity drives outcomes for Founders , investors and employees.
Bruce Leech
01:14:29
Too much emphasis on capital raise, wrong metric and why do you want to give away equity. Should be revenue or job growth. I am tired of Princeton Review pushing this metric!!
Brad Burke
01:14:33
Thanks, Jeff, Sean, Monica, and Richard! Great Session! Hope to see everyone in person in Baltimore in October!
Charles Matthews, PhD
01:14:36
Well, this has turned into the fastest hour ever! Great comments and discussion - love the use of the Google Doc. One thought as we wrap up, are we and E-Centers trying to do too much for too many? I don't know the secret to success, but I know the formula for failure, try to be all things to all people.
Kristen Golden (she/her)
01:14:41
Thanks for the shoutout, Monica. Here is VentureWell’s report on Advancing Equity. https://go.venturewell.org/advancing-equity-download
David Lange
01:15:36
A recording of the event and feedback survey will be sent out shortly! Thank you all for attending!
Baum, Jan
01:15:36
Great session, thanks so much!!!
Yvonne Cariveau
01:15:36
Thanks for this. <appreciation>
Anthony Testa - RIT
01:15:40
Great session!!! Have a great weekend.
Doreen Cutter
01:15:42
Fabulous conversation - great information!
Shiela Yabo
01:15:47
Great session, thank you!
Kotaro Takeda
01:15:47
Great session!
Victoria Nicholl
01:15:52
Fantastic session!
Monica Dean
01:15:54
Thanks everyone
David Regenbaum - Houston Community College
01:15:55
The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program tracks increased revenue and job creation at 6 months 18 months and 30 months following the program
Bara Watts
01:16:01
Wonderful. Great job
Amelia Schaffner
01:16:09
very productive hour, thank you!!!
Michael Goldberg (Case Western Reserve)
01:16:13
nice seeing everyone. thanks for the great discussion and support.
Jeff Varrone
01:16:21
Thanks to GCEC, Jeff Reid, and the panel for this great session!
Valeri Werpetinski
01:16:27
Thanks for another great session!
Melissa Byrn - Polsky Center at the University of Chicago
01:16:28
Helpful topic. Thanks so much!
Mukundan Iyengar
01:16:29
Fantastic job everyone!
Gabriela Prelipcean
01:16:29
Great session! thank you!
Shannon Weigum
01:16:31
Th;ansk!