Which ideas have you cared enough to spread lately?

This post was inspired by Seth Godin's "It’s all horizontal (and books went first)". Which ideas have you cared enough to spread lately? How much of your reputation have you committed? How have you changed the mind of others? How have you challenged the status quo? How have you changed your own mind? How have … Continue reading Which ideas have you cared enough to spread lately?

How To Get Rich (without getting lucky) by Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant (@Naval), founder of AngelList and modern philosopher, put together this list on twitter. I took the liberty of restructuring his tweets to highlight the key concepts. You can listen to a podcast on the topic from Naval himself here. There are no get rich quick schemes. That's just someone else getting rich off … Continue reading How To Get Rich (without getting lucky) by Naval Ravikant

Blockchain for business: The Four Stages of Adoption

Managers are increasingly interested in understanding how Blockchains can help their organizations, but the current body of knowledge doesn’t provide a structured approach to the problem, mostly offering high-level views on industry trends. That’s why, in this series of articles, I will try to create a usable framework to guide managers in identifying and capturing … Continue reading Blockchain for business: The Four Stages of Adoption

Retailers: focus on three competencies to escape mediocrity

In a recent Financial Times article Robin Wigglesworth wrote the obituary of the traditional retail industry. The terminally ill department store business model will lead the way in the US, where it has been steadily losing sales to eCommerce. Is there hope for a radical transformation that will save the retail industry? Brick and mortar … Continue reading Retailers: focus on three competencies to escape mediocrity