Tag Archives: Radford University

Lean Start-ups or Slow-burn entrepreneurship

Lean startups and slow burn startups permit the effectuation process of entrepreneurship to continue for a longer period of time. Continue reading

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Cross functional innovation teams

Cross functional development teams seems like a no-brainer: Having representatives from marketing, finance, operations, customer service, etc. involved early should speed the development process by allowing communication and coordination to be performed in parallel instead of linear fashion. Diversity of … Continue reading

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Looking for a Cinderella?

March Madness: Take a look at Radford University One of the delights of every NCAA tournament is the little or little-known school that makes its way into the “sweet sixteen” or even the final eight. Even if I weren’t a … Continue reading

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PDMA thoughts: Service and Innovation

I have delayed my summary of the PDMA Research Conference, but hopefully the delay helps with perspective… (sound like an ad-hoc rationalization?) The two major themes that still resonate with me a couple weeks later are the call by Gerald … Continue reading

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