Launching actual new ventures. Mentored learning of idea validation, business models, minimum viable products, and financing plans. Good preparations for participating in BYU's entrepreneurial competitions
Crocker Innovation Fellows is a transformative, year-length innovation experience for students from any major. Winning students will receive a $4,500 stipend to engage five leading faculty and a cohort of the best students in applying practices of innovation. Employing ideas from design thinking, entrepreneurship, and agile software, students will learn innovation practices (Winter Semester), work for an innovative company (Summer), and develop their own innovations (Fall Semester).
Structured problem solving, strategic thinking, and basic strategy concepts to prepare students to analyze and understand the sources of competitive advantage and superior firm performance.
Learning the critical skills to create a successful new venture by validating an initial idea and business model in the field.
Finding and validating ideas for innovative new ventures with a focus on customer pain, elegant solutions, and markets.