November 18, 2018
Venture Capital

10 Venture Fundraising Do’s and Don’ts

October 14, 2018 0

by Denise Stephan in Crunchbase. Originally published here If you don’t want to fundraise, don’t become a CEO. We break down the basics based on the pro’s advice. Here’s a rundown on how to find, cultivate, […]

From the Editor

From the Editor

Three Virtues All Leaders Possess

September 30, 2017 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         […]

From the Editor

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. […]

From the Editor

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 […]

From the Editor

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 Capital

Where Do VCs Go to College

April 15, 2018 0

Unlike some jobs, there’s no clear educational path to becoming a venture capitalist. Doctors have medical school. Lawyers have law school. Plumbers, electricians, welders, barbers, bartenders, and plenty of other trades have schools of their […]

Harvard Business School

The Dark Side of Performance Bonuses

April 14, 2018 0

To motivate workers, employers often turn to incentives such as money or recognition. What’s become clear is that these programs can also result in unintended consequences—like a financial crisis. Originally published by Harvard Business School. […]

Design

How to Design a Better Customer Experience

January 1, 2018 0

With the help of LEGO bricks, Stefan Thomke helps business executives discover how design principles can serve as building blocks to create a great customer experience. by Dina Gerdeman December 20, 2017 Harvard Business School Professor Stefan […]

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    The public is losing trust in many institutions involved in putting food on our table, says Ray A. Goldberg, author of the new book "Food Citizenship."
  • Do Fire Sales Create Externalities? November 15, 2018
    This paper contributes to our understanding of the role of large institutional investors in securities markets, providing evidence that the structure of the mutual fund industry increases the risks of costly "fire sales."
  • New Research and Ideas, November 13, 2018 November 13, 2018
    How team performance affects racial bias ... Why academics seek out top-ranked journals ... Protecting the ‘world’s most prestigious award.’
  • 'Always On' Isn't Always Best for Team Decision-Making November 12, 2018
    Is it possible for teams to communicate too frequently? Research by Ethan Bernstein and colleagues suggests that groups that meet less often may be better at problem-solving.
  • Product Quality and Entering Through Tying: Experimental Evidence November 12, 2018
    This study empirically explores Google’s decision to tie its new reviews product to the top of its search results, excluding competitors. Results suggest that such "tying" can facilitate dominant platforms’ entry into adjacent markets, even when the tied product is of worse quality compared to existing options.