Whether you want it to or not, your organization will have a culture. And no, beanbags and beers don't constitute a culture. Here's my thoughts on what matters and why you should be intentional about what culture means at your organization. >>
I got the chance to attend HBX for the second year, meeting my fellow alumni and taking the opportunity to ask questions and learn from our professors in person. I blogged over on the HBX blog about my top takeaways from the day—take a look! >>
3 out of 5 stars | Platform Revolution shows how networked, two-sided markets are the way of the future. This book will give you a foundation as the economy continues to shift toward platform-type businesses like Amazon, Google, Airbnb, and Uber. See why it's worth a read >>
This is the question Clay Christensen poses at the beginning of his lecture I was lucky enough to attend at HBX ConneXt. Where does growth come from? Why is it so difficult to sustain?
Coming of age in a jobless recovery, that's all analysts seem to talk about. Why can't qualified college graduates find jobs? Where did they all go? I recap Clay's fantastic session at HBX ConneXt >>
As my time with my cohort comes to a close, I wanted to pause and reflect on what I learned, and what I'll take with me moving forward in my career. HBX was incredibly time-consuming (more so than advertised, I believe) but ultimately, very rewarding and insightful. Here are my three key takeaways from my Harvard HBX semester >>