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CfEL's Enterprise Tuesday 2011/2012: Creating Star Teams

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The first Enterprise Tuesday session of the Lent term starts with a panel of two investors who have, between them, helped to incubate nearly 100 businesses during their respective careers. These experts have experienced the rollercoaster ride of forming teams, breaking up dysfunctional teams and reforming them. They have also experienced developing and working with successful, star teams. They will talk about what they look for, how they make judgements, when they make changes and how they find talent.

When? 7th February 2012. Registration from 18:00. Lecture starts at 18:30. Networking from 20:00.

Where? University of Cambridge Department of Engineering, LT0 , Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Register: Please register before you attend via the online form at http://www.cfel.jbs.cam.ac.uk/programmes/enterprisetuesday/register.html

One of the most frequently cited reasons for the success or failure of a venture is the effective formation and development of the team. This session will focus on how the composition of teams based on experience, expertise, chemistry, soft skills and shared purpose and values can impact success. It will also deal with the role of the ‘Alpha entrepreneur’, born or made leadership qualities, characteristics, competences, the ability to change and the ability to manage detail.

Register: Please register before you attend via the online form at http://www.cfel.jbs.cam.ac.uk/programmes/enterprisetuesday/register.html

Further information about Enterprise Tuesday is available at http://www.cfel.jbs.cam.ac.uk/programmes/enterprisetuesday/programme/timetable.html

This talk is part of the CfEL's Enterprise Tuesday 2011/2012 series.

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