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What if the Secret to Success Is Failure?

Dominic Randolph can seem a little out of place at Riverdale Country School — which is odd, because he’s the headmaster. Riverdale is one of New York City’s most prestigious private schools, with a 104-year-old campus that looks down grandly on Van Cortlandt Park from the top of a steep hill in the richest part of the Bronx.

Academic-Nonprofit Partnerships Can Pick Up Where Student Innovators Leave Off

When I was an undergraduate at MIT, I was involved with the small-but-growing community of students and faculty who were interested in international development. My classmates spent Friday nights hammering away on solar cookers, weekends in the kitchen trying to concoct simple hand warmers, and afternoons meeting mentors around campus to discuss their new ideas.


How to Change the World - Hindsights

I've been blogging for a whole ten days now, and all my topics have been business stuff: venture capital, entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, evangelism, etc. Now I want to throw you a total curve ball.

Read more: http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2006/01/hinds...

Power? Thanks, but I’d Rather Have Influence

This interview with Bing Gordon, a partner with the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant.


Get more creative by skipping the path of least resistance

The modern business environment values creativity. The success of many firms is rooted in their ability to innovate. That said, creative behavior flies in the face of our daily reality. Most of our lives consist of habits in which we try to do what we did last time in the same situation. In meetings, we sit in the same seat in a conference room. At restaurants, we order the same dish. On our drive home from work, we take the same route.

21 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Summer is here, and even dire workaholics should take a few hours to relax. Read one of the following books and you'll become a better entrepreneur while you're at it.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/books-every-entrepreneur-should-read-2011-5?op=1#ixzz1QUkQjLVU

The Idiot's Guide to Launching Successful Innovation Task Forces

During the past 25 years I've seen a lot of innovation task forces come and go. Some of them looked good at the beginning and died a slow death. Some of them looked bad at the beginning and died a quick death. And some of them actually succeeded.

How to Surround Yourself with People Better than Yourself

It’s old wisdom: surround yourself with people better than yourself. But how? How do you know that the people you’re putting around you are actually better, and not just richer/smarter/better looking?


How LinkedIn Makes Money; Behind the IPO Numbers

In May, LinkedIn went public. To much fanfare, the business-oriented social networking site sold common shares at $45 each, for a total offering of $352.8 million and an overall valuation — public and private shares — of $4.3 billion. It was the biggest Internet initial public offering since Google went public in 2004. At one point on opening day, a share was trading at over $94, bringing back wistful memories of the dotcom boom of the late 1990s. At the end of the day, the company was worth $8.9 billion.

The journey toward values-based cultures — are you on the way?

Culture, values and leadership are critical priorities for business leaders. No matter how many resources your company deploys, how many experts you retain and no matter how many programs you run, little matters if you’re not reaching your global workforce at heart, mind and gut level.


It’s Not About You

Over the past few weeks, America’s colleges have sent another class of graduates off into the world. These graduates possess something of inestimable value. Nearly every sensible middle-aged person would give away all their money to be able to go back to age 22 and begin adulthood anew.