Many of today’s societal problems – cybersecurity, climate change, Covid-19, food insecurity – require effective collaboration between government and entrepreneurial ventures to combine scale, technology, and innovation. In each class, students will engage in candid, interactive discussions with entrepreneurial, government, tech, and investment leaders to examine drivers/obstacles behind government mission-oriented innovation and the need, role, and manner for the entrepreneurial ecosystem to support it. Students and speakers will discuss the opportunities and challenges in building purposeful entrepreneurial enterprises. We will explore trust and effective partnering across government, entrepreneurial, and academic stakeholders to solve mission-oriented problems. Limited enrollment available only to MA students in the Ford Dorsey Master’s in International Policy (MIP) program. MIP students will participate remotely via Zoom and will join Stanford in Washington students who are taking the course in-person.
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