|Adventures in Capitalism||angel, Chris Yeh, entrepreneurship, investor, management, philosophy, startup, technology, vc, venture capital||
The primarily business-related writings of Chris Yeh, investor, entrepreneur, and writer.
|Bob Sutton: The Working Life (HBS)||leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research||More|
|Bob Sutton: Work Matters||business, leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research||More|
|Ed Batista: Executive Coaching & Change Management||change management, coaching, leadership, management, marketing, motivation, organizational development, productivity||
Ed Batista is an executive coach, change management consultant, and an alumnus of the Graduate School of Business. In his role as a Leadership Coach at the GSB, he helps MBA students further develop their leadership capabilities. He writes regularly on leadership, management, executive coaching, organizational change, the strategic use of technology and related topics at www.edbatista.com. (Tom Peters loved it.)
|Evidence-Based Management||business, management, organizations, research||
About the Evidence-Based Management Site
|Huffington Post: Robert Sutton||leadership, management, organizations, psychology, research||More|
|Stanford Business School, Sloan Program, from the Zen Entrepreneur||engineering, entrepreneurship, gsb, management, MBA, MIT, Sloan, Sloan Fellow, Stanford Business School, startup, venture capital||
Blog Chronicling the experiences of a new Sloan Fellow at the Stanford Business School. Written from the perspective of an experienced entrepreneur and MIT engineer who recently arrived at Stanford. Questions addressed include: What's it like to attend Business School at Stanford? What's a Sloan Fellow? And what do you learn in Business School anyways? Why would an entrepreneur want to study management?
Also includes general unusual entries about Zen and Entrepreneurship.
|Stanford Technology Ventures Program||engineering, entrepreneurship, innovation, management, multidisciplinary, podcasts, research, start-ups, teaching, technology, ventures, videos||
We focus on inspiring an entrepreneurial mindset in individuals and organizations. Our blog focuses on the issues of entrepreneurial thought leadership, entrepreneurship and organizational research, creativity, and innovation.
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) is the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University's School of Engineering. STVP is hosted by the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
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