Introductory videos from MIT's bootcamp group

The MIT Bootcamp Group has a wealth of introductory resources in the form of short educational videos. Here are the ones that are the most helpful to a first time founder.

TEAM BUILDING

Nurturing a team

How do I hire a startup team? 

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/how-to-hire-your-startup-team/

PMR

Getting Started

How to select your customer segment

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/how-to-select-your-customer-segment/

CAREER CHOICE

Planning your career

When is it time to transition out (or leave) your startup?

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/master-art-transition-saffron-startup-space/

Assessing career opportunities for Ph.D students

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/assessing-career-opportunities-for-phd-students/

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Prototyping

How to prototype and test your product idea?

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/how-to-prototype-and-test-your-product-idea/

PRODUCT DESIGN

User Experience (UX) Design

Design Methodology 101

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/understanding-user-design-methodology-101/

Testing your MVP and Finding Product/Market Fit

The importance of MVP testing

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/building-a-bank-from-scratch/

Marketing and Sales

PR

How do I get press on a tight budget?

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/startup-pr-getting-press-on-a-tight-budget/

LEADERSHIP AND CULTURE

How do I build a purpose driven business?

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/building-a-purpose-driven-business/

LEGAL

Intellectual Property Protection

Do entrepreneurs really need patents? 

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/do-entrepreneurs-really-need-patents/

Deep dive on all things legal

https://bootcamp.mit.edu/entrepreneurship/deepdive/  

 

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