There are a few resources that I tend to cite regularly during teaching, even though I can not put all of them in the course pack. Below is a tentative list for those that are interested in further readings.
You might also be interested in a videos selected for teaching purposes:
Reading to keep up-to-date
Some people ask me what and how I read. Well, my trick has been to use a RSS news reader, which allow to gather newsfeeds from various sources, often freely eventhough the site has a paywall.
- As RSS reader, I use gReader on Android.
- Here is my OPML file (ask your favorite hacker to understand how to use that with the RSS reader).
- Here is an extract of my read list:
Lifehacking: Lifehacker, Breaking Muscle, NYT > Fitness & Nutrition, Mark Bittman
Science: NYT > Science, Scientific American - Mind & Brain, JSTOR Daily
Techno & Entrep: WSJ Digital, NYT > Technology, Technology : The Atlantic, New on MIT Technology Review, CNET News, Digital Inspiration Technology Blog, Ars Technica, TechCrunch, Wired Campus
Education: ProfHacker, NYT > Education, The Chronicle of Higher Education | Technology, Faculty
Cialdini, R. B. (1993).
Social network: Nearly tacky, but some successful people go to that length in instrumentalizing their life, so better learn about it]
Gladwell, M. (2000).
Gladwell, M. (2005). La force de l'intuition
Gladwell, M. (2008).
Entrepreneurship: In French. A short "fiction" that is interestingly informative about the bubble and investor-entrepreneurs relationship
iPropi BPlan Example
For those having to study the iPropi business plan, you can find a copy of the website at
The Flash presentation may not work on the internet archive, so here is a functionning copy (but Flash need to be activated on your machine/browser):
Other great web resources (Entrepreneurship)
Vlerick's toolpack http://toolpack.vlerick.com
: great step by step, interestingly covering both traditional planning steps as well as more modern ones (effectuation, etc.)