Open2012 scalable-mentoring

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Open2012 scalable-mentoring

  1. 1. technology entrepreneurship & managementscalable mentoring:lessons learned from18 monthstechnology + business + entrepreneurial mindset 1
  2. 2. context ASU: One University, Many Places The New American University: Excellence, Access, Impact West Campus SkySong Polytechnic CampusDowntown Phoenix Campus Tempe Campus 2
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  6. 6. global virtual campus w/ Poly core World Collaborative Tec Project Teams U.S. Online Online Online Arizona Online Online Online iCourse Online Poly: f2f Online iCourse iCourse KNUST MTI Online Online Online OnlineStudents are: f2f, iCourse, Online Online Global University Collaborations 6
  7. 7. curricula: business model walk through7 © Copyright 2010 Arizona State University 7
  8. 8. NCIIA VentureLab Online: Chronus 8
  9. 9. entrepreneurs 9
  10. 10. mentors 10
  11. 11. ventures 11
  12. 12. milestones: business model components 12
  13. 13. community 13
  14. 14. system admin 14
  15. 15. what’s happened• Initial success 2010 fall, 2011 spring• Bad systems project – AARA funds used to do SSO – NCIIA funds used to enhance system• personal transition to faculty• no activity for 2011 fall/spring• ramping again now – 3 tech entrepreneurship courses – 220 students, 60+ teams – 40 (out of 200) mentors 15
  16. 16. into the future• roll out across CTI – as many as 1,000 BIS, 250 teams• need full-time mentor management• or, try self-organization• roll out across ASU more difficult• re-emphasize the Mentor Marketplace• attempt global connections• adopt some of UofW Foster center approach 16
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  18. 18. lessons learned• make process as simple as possible• provide clear policies, procedures, etc.• must engage with the system• need to accommodate all styles• virtual does not replace f2f• avoid major systems project: no SSO• at scale mentor management is a full-time job 18

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