Scott Cook is the cofounder of financial software giant Intuit, known for products like QuickBooks, TurboTax and Mint.
The Harvard Business School grad worked for Procter & Gamble and Bain before launching Intuit in 1983.
He stepped down as CEO in 1994, but remains chairman of the $6 billion (sales) company and has an over 3% stake.
Cook and his wife are big supporters of education and have donated millions to universities and are impact investors in several ed-tech funds.
Cook was planning to get a Ph.D. in economics but decided to pursue business after successfully turning his defunct college ski club to the biggest in the state.
The Lean Startup
How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses
Competing Against Luck
The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice
Clayton M. Christensen, Karen Dillon, Taddy Hall, David S. Duncan
Why Top Founders Understand Network Effects (w/ Scott Cook, Founder of Intuit)
The NFX Podcast
Scott Cook: Founder Of Intuit Was Inspired By An Everyday Problem
The Forbes Interview
Scott Cook (Intuit) - Accounting for Intuit's Success
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders
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