Bret Waters is a long-time Silicon Valley executive and entrepreneur. He has raised angel and venture capital and run startups through various phases — from launch through growth and M&A exits.
Running Tivix is the most fun he’s ever had.
Bret is a regular lecturer on business strategy at Stanford University, where he teaches two popular courses in the Stanford Continuing Studies program.
He served as interim CEO for Stanford New Schools at Stanford University, and spent six years on the board of the Stanford University School of Education, and remains active in the efforts to bring technology innovation to the field of K-12 education.
He also currently serves as a CEO mentor for the Global Social Benefit Incubator program at Santa Clara University's Center for Science, Technology, and Society, helping entrepreneurs who are focused “Base of the Pyramid” markets.
Bret holds an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
In his spare time he travels the world, in search of the perfect fish taco.
Avoid the Echo Chamber Effect (and launch better products).
3 Myths about MVPs
Our Hiring Secrets, Revealed
Smartphone OS Market Share
Mary Meeker's Internet Trends 2014
Business Process Platforms for Efficiency
6 things I've learned about being an entrepreneur
Brand Style Guides and Kick-Ass Applications
Getting Stuff Done
Managing Global Teams
Tivix in Bend, Oregon
Tivix in Poland
On Entrepreneurship Education
The Flock to Mobile
On Entrepreneurial Success
Tivix and the World Food Program
Lessons from MLK
Join us Jan 15th at the Entrepreneurs' Saloon
Tivix to produce new platform for the European Commission
Steve Blank on Metrics that Matter
Thoughts on the Obamacare technology glitches
Big Data Meets K-12 Education
Avoiding Train Wrecks (and delivering successful software development engagements).
The mobile wave has only just begun.
Hive Update - 22 million stories and counting!
Congratulations to CloudVelocity on Closing a $13 Million Round of Funding
The new Tivix.com
It's About Execution - Nail It, Then Scale It
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