Recently, I came across a post from a venerated angel investor, who I hold in high regard. He had written about gaming traction, stating that entrepreneurs sell to their friends and family to show a good product-market fit to investors in the initial stages.
This is a very hard topic. We’ve all heard of fraud in the realm of start-ups. Most of us have experienced it and the rest have at least heard of it happen to someone we know.
No one wants to go to work every day dreading the amount of time they are going to spend with his or her boss. At the same time, I don’t know any sane leader who looks forward to having bad relationships with team members. So the question then becomes, why are so many relationships between team members and their leader a major part of the reason people are unhappy at work?
What is artificial intelligence and how does it impact the way we live and work today? Read on.
If you have already read “Top Challenges for Small Businesses- Part 1”, you would have noticed that we discussed a few challenges a small business faces. The basic difference between a small business and a large enterprise lies in the functioning of the business and the challenges they face.
Several recent news articles illustrate why my predictions for autonomous vehicles have been correct so far and will continue to be accurate — namely, that “the future of self-driving vehicles will be to use semi-autonomous vehicle technology to lower and/or eliminate accidents, not to eliminate the driver on public roads.”
I was recently asked some interesting questions for one of my informal coffee session in Singapore. The questions went like this: