-
Strategies for a discontinuous future.





Consulting & advisory, research notes, in the press, about bubblegen,
next wednesdays.





Wednesday, October 08, 2003
 


Apparently, everyone at Silicon Valley 4.0 is now into the survival of the fittest meme.

You know the sh*t has hit the fan when Guy Kawasaki says:

"Our emphasis wasn�t about making money. It was about changing the world".

Note to Guy Kawasaki: The more you try and make money, the less you actually will. This is a kind of Jedi mind trick of business strategy. You used to get this a few years back. Don't let the vultures infect you. Just look at the music industry.

Other than that, the article is pretty depressing. How can innovation happen when these guys - the innovation catalysts - don't believe in innovation any more? Maybe it's time for them to be selected out. There's some Darwin for you!

-- umair // 3:11 PM //


Comments:
Post a Comment
search




new




input

due diligence
ventureblog
a vc
techblurbs
tj's weblog
venture chronicles
terranova
the big picture
gigaom
venchar
bill burnham
babak nivi
n-c thoughts
paidcontent
techdirt
slashdot
london gsb
mefi
boingboing
blort
hardwax
betalounge

ing
morgan
chicago fed
dallas fed
ny fed
imf
world bank
nouriel roubini

portfolio
contact

mail.
uhaque (dot) mba2003 (at) london (dot) edu

skype.
umair.haque

atom feed

technorati profile

blog archives