What They Dont Teach You At Stanford Business School

Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

3rd Day of 11, My 11, 11:11 Themed Blog Posts

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By Larry Chiang

ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
12/9/16, 11:09 AM
View From The Top #GSBvftt

Stanford “How did they really start” -CapOne was a non-bank, bank as per the @USOCC pic.twitter.com/oGsPTFhvlZ

qip9j2kzqlkf8sk5h577_normal.jpeg Stanford Business (@StanfordBiz)
11/29/16, 12:28 PM
“The great opportunities come when your business idea isn’t as much about the product but is a different view of the industry.” #GSBvftt
Bd6y3iuP_normal.jpg Joe_Ballou (@Joe_Ballou)
11/29/16, 12:52 PM
Strategy starts with figuring out the end game – THEN figure out how to get there. -Rich Fairbank #GSBvftt
qip9j2kzqlkf8sk5h577_normal.jpeg Stanford Business (@StanfordBiz)
11/29/16, 12:57 PM
“Entrepreneurship is about saying, ‘I have a dream and I’m not going to give up on it.’” –Rich Fairbank #GSBvftt
UEMca9Xb_normal.jpg Matt (@mrmperry)
11/29/16, 12:31 PM
“Of you have a different definition of your industry, you have a chance at creating something that won’t be copied.” #gsbvftt

Capital One started as a non-bank, bank. They were an innovative credit card only bank that waived the annual fee and took applications via fax in 1996. Recently at SBS’s “A View From The Top”, Richard Fairbank made zero attempt to explain his start


Written by Larry Chiang

December 9, 2016 at 7:11 pm

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