Lean Startup Inc.

Y2K was a banner year for behavioral scientists. In the years leading up to the Internet bubble bust, most investors reported on their profiles that their risk tolerance was ‘high’. At that time, they assumed that the risk meant that they can get an even higher return on their speculative investments than they have hoped for in their greedy […]

Avro Arrow, Tick-Tock and Small Batches

I have just returned from a month-long vacation, enjoying an overdue change of context. Among other things, it helped me free up enough brain cycles to play one of my favorite games – ‘look for a pattern’. It appears (as my Jazz Platform colleagues tell me) that I have a giant database for a brain. […]

The Turtleneck and the Hoodie

I have always envied people with a clarity of purpose. As far as the memory reaches, I have been pulled into multiple directions. Not that this is a particularly rare affliction, but it can on occasion make one’s life more difficult than necessary. Being able to describe yourself as one thing makes introductions and elevator […]