Posts tagged Business school

"Three economists went on a road trip…"

What sounds like the beginning of a joke, is actually the premise of ROADSIDE MBA: Backroad Lessons for Entrepreneurs, Executives and Small Business OwnersIn it Michael Mazzeo, Paul Oyer and Scott Schaefer, former colleagues from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, went all around the country to find out what small businesses on Main Street could teach big businesses on Wall Street.

For 12 of the lessons they found on their travels, visit OPEN Forum.

“You used to have a revenue plan, and you’d execute to the plan because it was written down. When it didn’t work out, you’d fire people. Now, we fire the plan.” - Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur and business school professor
(Via Businessweek)
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“If you hire, train, and manage correctly, you’ll have someone who is better than you are. If they’re not, you haven’t done your job,” shared Chef Thomas Keller at Monday’s Stanford GSB View From The Top Series talk. Read the top leadership insights from Chef Keller on Twitter: http://stnfd.biz/jVQqS 

A great leadership and management tip from one of the a world renowned chefs and restauranteurs courtesy of Stanford Graduate School of Business.

stanfordbusiness:

“If you hire, train, and manage correctly, you’ll have someone who is better than you are. If they’re not, you haven’t done your job,” shared Chef Thomas Keller at Monday’s Stanford GSB View From The Top Series talk. Read the top leadership insights from Chef Keller on Twitter: http://stnfd.biz/jVQqS 

A great leadership and management tip from one of the a world renowned chefs and restauranteurs courtesy of Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Can School Make You A Better Entrepreneur?
        
        One thing all entrepreneurs have in common is a passion for their work. One thing they don’t have in common is their educational background. Read More
        (via Can School Make You a Better Entrepreneur? | Entrepreneur.com)
Can School Make You A Better Entrepreneur?

One thing all entrepreneurs have in common is a passion for their work. One thing they don’t have in common is their educational background. Read More

(via Can School Make You a Better Entrepreneur? | Entrepreneur.com)

How do we teach character? We don’t.