May 17, 2006 presentation by Marissa Mayer for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program Educators Corner in the School of Engineering at Stanford University.
Google's Vice President of Search Products & User Experience, Marissa Mayer, spoke to Stanford University in May, 2006. She lives by the old adage that if at first you don't succeed, try again, and Mayer pushes aspiring business thinkers to breathe new life into failed ventures, as opposed to just cutting the cord. Repackage, rejuvenate, re-market, and re-examine those products or practices you thought would fly, and craft them a new set of wings.
For more videos of this talk, visit http://edcorner.stanford.edu/authorMaterialInfo.html?mid=1532
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