The Risks of Not Learning, Part I

Penny wise, pound foolish has rarely had so direct a demonstration.

Let’s say that you’re a director at a large food products company. Imagine the chaos that ensues when deep within the bowels of the organization, an HR troll FIRED your right arm, your executive secretary, your “Man Friday” while you were . . . → Read More: The Risks of Not Learning, Part I

An Open Letter to the Stanford Selection Committee

2012 is just starting and I’m snorting like a bull in a rodeo. MBA, Schmembeeaye.

One of my twitter friends highlighted a position recently posted at Stanford:

The SEED Case Writer is responsible for researching and writing new case studies and teaching notes related to entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial ecosystem in developing . . . → Read More: An Open Letter to the Stanford Selection Committee

A walk in the forest…

Systems Thinking teaches us how to scale our perspective to study the forest or the trees, while Systems Engineering tells us what to do with the data we find.

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