February 20, 2019

Start-ups that Win the War-for-Talent

February 20, 2019 0

by David Lloyd in CrunchBase on February 8, 2019 How Fast-Growing Teams Can Avoid Talent Gaps Hiring the right people can make or break a fast-growing company. This is why the recruitment process is so […]

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From the Editor

One Brick at a Time

February 6, 2019 0

by Dave McKenna – Editor February 6, 2019 It’s February in Dallas and the bricks on my front porch are covered in mold. The wife is concerned for the safety of the Amazon Prime delivery […]

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Three Virtues All Leaders Possess

January 9, 2019 0

Virtue means to pursue a higher standard. Authentic leadership is grounded in standards and measured by the success in approaching them.. by Dave McKenna, Editor of SaaS Executive September 30, 2017 It may sound strange […]

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Lesson 3 – Good Crew. Bad Crew

December 19, 2016 0

This is the third installment of my Sailing Lessons Series, we look at some qualities to find in your crew. In this series I explore a few good management lessons I’ve learned sailing my small boat. […]

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Lesson 2: Make the Most of What You Have

December 12, 2016 0

Second installment in the Sailing Lessons Series discusses the importance of creativity and invention in the effort to navigate your company through the rough seas. In this series I explore a few good management lessons […]

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Lesson 1: Buy the Best Equipment you Can Afford

December 5, 2016 0

Here is the initial installment of my Sailing Lessons Series. In this article, I will discuss the most important equipment you must invest in for your successful enterprise. In this series I explore a few […]


Venture Investor Confidence Declining

February 18, 2019 0

by Ann Azevedo, Alex Wilhelm in Chrunhcbase on February 12, 2019 Supergiant rounds are a daily occurrence, but venture capitalists’ confidence is not keeping pace. In the past week, two reports show that VCs are […]


SaaS Valuations Roaring Back

February 12, 2019 0

Morning Markets: Welcome to SaaS groundhog day, when modern software companies can again add a zero to their revenue to find their valuation. by Alex Wilhelm in CrunchBase February 11, 2019 According to a key […]

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  • Rocket-tunity: Can Private Firms Turn a Profit in Space? February 20, 2019
    Private rocket companies are competing to be the first to send paying tourists into space, perhaps even this year. Matthew Weinzierl lays out the strategic roadmap to the stars.
  • New Research and Ideas, February 19, 2019 February 19, 2019
    These CEO types are more productive ... Does revising make it better? ... Rewards spur more productivity.
  • Relative Performance Transparency: Effects on Sustainable Choices February 19, 2019
    This paper discusses experiments involving more than 7,000 participants to shed light on how information and its presentation regarding sustainable performance can be a tool for enhancing sustainable choices in practice.
  • What’s Really Disrupting Business? It’s Not Technology February 18, 2019
    Technology doesn't drive disruption—customers do. In a new book, marketing professor Thales Teixeira argues that successful disruptors are faster to spot and serve emerging customer needs than larger competitors.
  • Diagnostic Bubbles February 18, 2019
    This paper generates insights into the structure of asset price bubbles by modeling beliefs from fundamental psychological assumptions, and combining this with standard neoclassical mechanisms, such as learning from prices and speculation.