Advice for Entrepreneurs (which Corporate Executives Can Use)

Guy Kawasaki moderated a panel at the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley:  No Plan, No Capital, No Model … No Problem.  The program is well worth watching not only for start-up entrepreneurs, but also for seasoned corporate executives.  One key point is the need for speed and flexibility in start-ups, which is how start-ups clean the clocks of major companies.  One key takeaway showing their understanding of the Trial and Error Economy:  "Iteration is the key to success."

Incidentally, Kawasaki is a great example of a panel moderator; he knew good questions to ask, gently nudged them back on track when they got into too much detail, and kept the audience chuckling.