The New Language of Entrepreneurs

The New Language of Entrepreneurs

I first met Dimo Dimov (@dpdimov) in 2004, as he was fin­ish­ing his PhD in Entre­pre­neur­ship at Lon­don Busi­ness School. That same year Dimo [link] joined me as a pro­fes­sor in the Entre­pre­neur­ship Depart­ment at IE Busi­ness School in Madrid, Spain...
The Death of Time

The Death of Time

What would David DiS­al­vo (@neuronarrative) say today? Six years ago, in an arti­cle for Forbes [link], DiS­al­vo wote an arti­cle about “8 Rea­sons Why Peo­ple Feel Lost in Their Lives.” Here is rea­son num­ber five: Cog­ni­tive Over­load This is prob­a­bly the...
To Do Or Not To Do?

To Do Or Not To Do?

Move over, Shake­speare. “To be or not to be” is no longer the ques­tion of the moment. Diana Ren­ner [link] and Steven D’Souza [link] have a bet­ter ques­tion for this mani­a­cal­ly active busi­ness and social world. The two authors (Steven is also one of our...
An Entrepreneurial Religion?

An Entrepreneurial Religion?

You may already be famil­iar with Eric Ries (@eicries) as he has received abun­dant and well-deserved cov­er­age for the “Lean Start­up” move­ment [link]. His book on the sub­ject was a best­seller [link], and you can hear him speak about it on YouTube [link] as...
Think Global, Innovate Local

Think Global, Innovate Local

Glob­al needs. In a recent post for the Druck­er Forum [link], I wrote about a way for any com­pa­ny, team, or indi­vid­ual to begin nextsens­ing [link]: Many econ­o­mists speak of GDP, the gross domes­tic prod­uct of a coun­try; a few...
Pareto On Steroids

Pareto On Steroids

Vilfre­do Fed­eri­co Dama­so Pare­to was born in Italy in 1848,” wrote Kevin Kruse (@Kruse) for @Forbes [link] about a year ago. And he does as good a job as any­one at sum­ming up why Pareto’s think­ing is remem­bered today. Leg­end has it that one day he...

Pin It on Pinterest