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University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

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University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

    Entrepreneurial Approaches to COVID-19: Plan, Pivot, and Persist (A Webinar)

    Entrepreneurial Approaches to COVID-19: Plan, Pivot, and Persist (A Webinar)

    University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

    CREATIVE DISTILLATION

    Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
jeffrey.york@colorado.edu

    Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
walter.werner@colorado.edu

    Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu

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This episode of Creative Distillation was originally a webinar held on May 19th, hosted by CU's Leeds School of Business, facilitated by Jeff and Brad, and titled "Entrepreneurial Approaches to COVID-19: Plan, Pivot, and Persist."

    To access a recording, visit: https://youtu.be/6tQ1gF130DU

    If you are interested in registering for or learning more about future webinars, check out the website here: https://www.colorado.edu/business/alumni/get-involved/career-webinars

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    An Analog Digital Arts Production
Recorded and edited by Joel Davis
    "AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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    • 56 min
    Creative Distillation Takes Over Boulder Tech Podcast w/Erick Mueller, Exec. Dir., CU Deming Center

    Creative Distillation Takes Over Boulder Tech Podcast w/Erick Mueller, Exec. Dir., CU Deming Center

    University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.
    CREATIVE DISTILLATION
    Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
jeffrey.york@colorado.edu
    Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
walter.werner@colorado.edu
    Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu
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Our academic guest for this episode is:
    Erick Mueller, Executive Director, Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at CU's Leeds School of Business
    
This episode was recorded during Boulder Startup Week 2020 as a "takeover" of the Boulder Tech Podcast (bouldertechpodcast.com), which is produced by Joel Davis, who's also the producer of this podcast. You'll hear Joel's voice in this episode of well.

    Today's discussion isn't connected to any specific research, but rather focuses on the relationship between the University of Colorado and the Boulder tech/startup/business community.

    An Analog Digital Arts Production
Recorded and edited by Joel Davis
    "AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 46 min
    Spontaneous Venturing In the Wake of COVID-19

    Spontaneous Venturing In the Wake of COVID-19

    University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

    CREATIVE DISTILLATION

    Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
jeffrey.york@colorado.edu

    Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
walter.werner@colorado.edu

    Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu

    Our academic guest for this episode is:
    Trent Williams, Associate Professor at the Kelley School of Business, University of Indiana

    The book discussed in this episode is:

    Shepherd, Dean A. and Williams, Tenton A.,
    
“Spontaneous Venturing: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Alleviating Suffering in the Aftermath of a Disaster”

    The MIT Press, Jan. 2019.\

    Here are the links referenced in this episode:

    From Jeff:
    A Dress Rehearsal for Entrepreneurial Approaches to Climate Change (https://theconversation.com/covid-19-is-a-dress-rehearsal-for-entrepreneurial-approaches-to-climate-change-131817)

    From Trent:
    Kelley School of Business Idea Sprint Weekend (https://news.iu.edu/stories/2020/03/iub/releases/27-kelley-school-of-business-idea-sprint-weekend-coronavirus.html)

    COVID-19 Ideas (https://news.iu.edu/stories/2020/03/iub/releases/27-kelley-school-of-business-idea-sprint-weekend-coronavirus.html)

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    An Analog Digital Arts Production

    Recorded and edited by Joel Davis

    "AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 43 min
    Entrepreneurial Responses to COVID-19

    Entrepreneurial Responses to COVID-19

    University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

    CREATIVE DISTILLATION

    Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
    jeffrey.york@colorado.edu

    Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
    walter.werner@colorado.edu

    Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
    303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu


    Our academic guests for this episode are:

    Jenni Dinger, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at Suffolk University

    and

    Michael Conger, David F. Herche Endowed Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship at Miami University

    The paper discussed in this episode is:

    Dinger, Jenni; Conger, Michael; Hekman, David; and Bustamante, Carla
    “Somebody That I Used to Know: The Immediate and Long-Term Effects
    of Social Identity in Post-disaster Business Communities”
    Journal of Business Ethics, Feb. 2019.

    Here are the links referenced in this episode:

    From Jeff:
    free mobile beer canning (westword.com/restaurants/beer-canning-company-offers-free-mobile-canning-for-small-breweries-11667826)
    distilleries making hand-sanitizer (westword.com/restaurants/colorado-distilleries-pumping-out-hand-sanitizer-11671294)

    From Brad:
    CU engineering students 3D-printing masks (make4covid.co)

    From Jenni:
    "invisible hands" grocery pickup for seniors (nytimes.com/aponline/2020/03/18/us/ap-us-virus-outbreak-one-good-thing-invisible-hands.html)

    From Michael:
    Italy converting scuba masks to ventilators (dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8143099/The-ventilators-diving-masks-Italy.html)



    An Analog Digital Arts Production
    Recorded and edited by Joel Davis

    "AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 56 min
    A fresh look at patterns & assumptions in entrepreneurship (recorded at Boxcar Coffee Roasters)

    A fresh look at patterns & assumptions in entrepreneurship (recorded at Boxcar Coffee Roasters)

    University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

    CREATIVE DISTILLATION

    Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
    jeffrey.york@colorado.edu

    Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
    walter.werner@colorado.edu

    Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
    303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu


    Our academic guest for this episode is:

    Sharon Matusik, Dean of the Leeds School of Business University of Colorado - Boulder

    The paper discussed in this episode is:

    Dushnitsky, Gary and Matusik, Sharon F.
    “A fresh look at patterns and assumptions in the field of entrepreneurship: What can we learn?”
    Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Jul. 2019.



    Special thanks to Vajra Rich at Boxcar Coffee Roasters
    boxcarcoffeeroasters.com



    An Analog Digital Arts Production
    Audio: Joel Davis / Video: Sandee Cirian

    "AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 52 min
    How Business Model Innovation Emerges in Young Ventures (recorded at J&L Distilling, Boulder)

    How Business Model Innovation Emerges in Young Ventures (recorded at J&L Distilling, Boulder)

    University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.

    CREATIVE DISTILLATION

    Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
    jeffrey.york@colorado.edu

    Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
    walter.werner@colorado.edu

    Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
    303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu


    Our academic guest for this episode is:

    Yuliya Snihur, Associate Professor of Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship at Toulouse Business School, Toulouse, France

    The paper discussed in this episode is:

    Snihur, Yuliya and Zott, Christoph
    “The Genesis and Metamorphosis of Novelty Imprints: How Business Model Innovation Emerges in Young Ventures”
    Academy of Management Journal, Mar. 2019.



    Special thanks to Michael Caines at Moksha Chocolate and Seth Johnson at J&L Distilling, Boulder, CO
    mokshachocolate.co,
    jldistilling.com



    An Analog Digital Arts Production
    Audio: Joel Davis / Video: Sandee Cirian

    "AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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