Sal Khan on starting small and moving without permission

I’m always a big believer in, okay, start a small and scrappy project that can experiment and move nimble and move fast and can move without permission, so to speak, and then, as it gets scale and it gets traction, you can start to integrate it more deeply with the more established players. Especially if you’re talking the school system, to be able to have that proof of concept already working, and then once it’s working it’s much easier to get traction.

Sal Khan (of Khan Academy), interviewed by Steven Levitt’s People I (Mostly) Admire

The whole podcast is full of examples of how Khan Academy has done exactly that, delivering 8.9 billion minutes of educational videos to students in 2019 (i.e. pre Covid-19). Recommended.

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