Silicon Valley entrepreneur and writer dives into why technology companies need to rethink the way they recruit and why is diversity important for tech companies.
“Few of us can do great things, but all of us can do small things with great love,” avows Nobel Prize Laureate Mother Teresa. If we can’t do it small, can we ever hope to do it large?
Jonathan LewisSeptember 20, 2017
Unreasonable Goals is the first global, public-private partnership dedicated to scaling up companies that are positioned to achieve the SDGs by 2030.
Scott McElroyJuly 14, 2017
In order to end poverty, the most likely approach is creating a new breed of frontier multinational corporations. Otherwise, the SDGs and all the energy put behind them will just be an exercise.
Paul PolakMay 2, 2017
What's the secret to being a successful startup founder and CEO of a scaling company? Read this analogy from a founder of several billion dollar companies.
Daniel EpsteinJanuary 31, 2017
The narrative of the VC process–find a few heroic entrepreneurs and create next unicorn–doesn’t work for most founders or investors. Here's an alternative.
Ross BairdJanuary 11, 2017
Entrepreneurs globally seem to believe it's a valid strategy to focus on building a product without a business model or path to profitability. Money counts.
Pascal FinetteDecember 1, 2016
By allowing entrepreneurs to de-prioritize impact in favor of scale in the short-run, we could end up with way more socially aligned businesses.
Rubayat KhanJuly 11, 2016