Stanford CS183B: How to Start a Startup (Part 2)

Part 2 of Stanford's CS183B: How to Start a Startup consists of lectures 10-20. This second half of the course covers maturing startups with topics, thus the topics are useful to mature businesses too. Lectures 1-10 are posted under Part 1.  Follow-ups:
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Lecture 11: Hiring & Culture
Patrick Collison, Stripe + John Collison, Stripe +  Ben Silbermann,Pinterest


Lecture 12: Building for the Enterprise 
Aaron Levie, Founder, Box


Lecture 13: How to be a Great Founder
Reid Hoffman, Founder, LinkedIn


Lecture 14: How to Operate 
Keith Rabois, Partner, Khosla Ventures


Lecture 15: How to Manage 
Ben Horowitz, Founder, Andreessen Horowitz


Lecture 16: How to Run a User Interview
Emmett Shear, Founder and CEO, Twitch


Lecture 17: How to Design Hardware Products
Hosain Rahman, Founder, Jawbone


Lecture 18: Legal and Accounting Basics 
Kirsty Nathoo, Carolynn Levy, Partners, Y Combinator


Lecture 19: Sales and Marketing  | Investors
Tyler Bosmeny, Clever | Michael Seibel, Qasar Younis, Dalton Caldwell, Y Combinator


Lecture 20: Later Stage Advice
Sam Altman, President, Y Combinator