We need to better celebrate technology and technologists. When presenting the data in earlier posts, I often ask the audience to list the top technologists in the Boston area. Usually someone will come up with a couple names, but when you ask the other people in the audience whether they know those names, they don’t. […]
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This topic may be a little controversial. But because the data is so stark, you have to look to corporate governance as being part of the problem and hence part of the solution. There are two changes in practice that would substantially improve the potential for innovation and corporate development. Outside Founder Director Board of […]
The data in previous posts is disappointing and depressing. By any measure, the Boston area has lost a good deal of its innovative stature. However, understanding the data should provide a reason for optimism, because if we have objective measures, then we can begin to address the actual underlying problems and root causes. The reason […]