IU Kelley School at IUPUI and the Venture Club of Indiana are once again connecting food and beverage entrepreneurs, investors and foodies.
While I was on the road conducting project management training for several different companies this spring, I heard the same question at all of the sites I visited: “How can I fit it all in? That is, how can I manage multiple projects while also juggling my day-to-day job?”
On July 10, investors, entrepreneurs, and others in the venture community will convene at the Dallara Indycar Factory in Speedway to pitch, learn, and network. Initially started in 2009 by the Venture Club of Indiana, The Innovation Showcase has grown in scope and reach.
For four weeks this summer, I get to study international business, European integration, and French at the Ecole de Management Strasbourg located in the picturesque city of Strasbourg, France.
An article in the Indy Star a week or so ago caught my attention. The headline reads:
Gum may not stick around. My first thought was, “What are they talking about? I love gum.”
As I argued in my last blog post, transportation in the U.S. has only experienced modest and incremental gains over the last 50+ years. However, I think that will change in the next 10-15 years. The reason will be the rise of the driverless (or autonomous) car.
Like any other field, business has its own language, cultural references, and media. If you want to speak the language and get the inside jokes, you need to spend some time immersing yourself in the ideas. So I humbly present to you the “B-List”, which is my recommendations of books, movies, websites, media, and general stuff that may be of interest to you.
Why are we still stuck driving to work and school everyday? In my lifetime, we’ve had enormous change in so many aspects of our lives, but I still get where I’m going in the same way I did 20 years ago.
Edward De Bono is a business management consultant whose primary focus is in fostering creativity in businesses and individuals.
Was the Indianapolis Super Bowl an economic success for the city? This question seems to be asked a lot these days, and the opinions are all over the place. My answer is a qualified “Yes”.