April 23, 2019

From the Editor

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 […]

From the Editor

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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  • Government Technology Policy, Social Value, and National Competitiveness April 22, 2019
    This study examines the impact of a French law requiring government agencies to favor open source software (OSS) over proprietary software in technology procurement processes. Results suggest a cost-effective policy lever that countries can use to both create global social value and increase their own national competitiveness.
  • Micromanagers in the Making? Why Salespeople Struggle to Lead April 22, 2019
    When salespeople become managers, they often do a horrible job. Four key steps can help them—and all soon-to-be managers—make the shift, says Frank V. Cespedes.
  • Open Innovation Contestants Build AI-Based Cancer Tool April 18, 2019
    Radiation oncologists are few in number, especially if you are nowhere near a cancer facility. Could artificial intelligence be used to deliver an oncologist's skills for radiation therapy? Karim R. Lakhani discusses a uniqure open innovation experiment.
  • Would You Live in a Smart City Where Government Controls Privacy? April 17, 2019
    Toronto is experimenting with smart-city concepts envisioned by Google spinoff Sidewalk Labs. Harvard Business School Professors Leslie John and Mitch Weiss discuss the tradeoffs of using technology to improve modern city life at potential costs to digital privacy. Is it worth it?
  • How Managers Stifle Creativity April 17, 2019
    3QUESTIONS: Teresa Amabile discusses the roots of creativity, how to achieve more of it, and combining it with artificial intelligence.