This is as encouraging to me personally (“the average age of founders of technology companies is a surprisingly high 39 – with twice as many over-50 executives as those under 29 years old.)”, as it is generally (“The United States might be on the cusp of an entrepreneurship boom—not in spite of an aging population […]
I received one of these today, and something just didn’t feel right, so I did a little digging. Sounds like it’s a phishing scam. FYI and be careful
Great lessons from the always insightful Steve Blank. Who amongst us haven’t poured more energy than was wise into a one-sided relationship?
This week I celebrate an important anniversary in my professional career as I close this chapter and begin a new one. Twenty years ago this week, I joined a small bank that would become one of the largest and most respected in the country. It has been an incredible ride, and I got the chance […]
2019 update: My mom lost her decades-long battle with COPD in May of this year. I found good homes for her new Macbook, her iPad and some of the new hobbies she had taken up in her 80s. I kept her iPhone 8 with the wallpaper set to celebrate her beloved Cleveland Indians, and the […]
That’s classic sales management advice, yet I have seen countless sales professionals ignore it at their peril. The advice applies outside of sales too, and I just witnessed it yesterday in a whole new context on my flight to San Francisco. We are all buckled into our (relatively) comfortable exit row seats and the flight […]
Here’s where to find me the next couple of days while I’m at the Bank Innovation conference in San Francisco. I’ll report back next week with implications on the intersection of leadership, advice and technology. Wednesday, March 28, 2012 Session 1: What Is “Banking” Today? A Debate on the Future How can banks realize the […]
The results of the Federal Reserve’s recent Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) stress tests have increased the long running speculation that another round of rampant bank mergers may by just around the corner. The number of banks in the U.S. is about half of what it was in 1990, and I don’t see anything […]