Monthly Archives: April 2011

Computers in the classroom: no surfin’

I ban open computers in my classes because the distraction of multitasking or surfing the internet, reduces discussion and inhibits learning. Continue reading

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Is “Lean Startups” a misnomer?

Lean startups as Probe and Learn entrepreneurship! Continue reading

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Crush It! A Review

A review of Crush It! by Gary Vaynerchuk. Gary talks about how to use social media to bring your passion to the market. Continue reading

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Before “Lean Startups” there was “Probe and Learn”

The innovation process underlying lean startups, as described by Eric Ries, seems eerily similar to the Probe and Learn process described by Gary Lynn and colleagues 15 years ago. Continue reading

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Social Media Strategies for Professionals

A book review of Social Media Strategies for Professionals and their Firms by Michelle Golden. Continue reading

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Book Review: The Tao of Twitter

A review of the Tao of Twitter by Mark W. Schaefer. Twitter is micro-blogging but much more! Continue reading

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