I’m a second-year MBA student at Harvard Business School.
I am interested in applying technology to big problems. I think healthcare and education constitute big problems.
I will start work at athenahealth in June.
wait, so what is this?
Scott Snook once mentioned that the greatest regret of his MBA experience was not forcing himself to write down “what I learned today” after each day of b-school. So at the beginning of my second year, I started writing down what I learned after every class session. I was fortunate enough to take classes taught by Michael Porter, Clay Christensen, and Tom Eisenmann (among many others).
I decided to blog what I learned because there is some compelling research about the power of public commitments to incent people to accomplish their goals. Basically, if you tell all your friends that you will lose 10 pounds or write a novel or start a business, the probability that you will actually do so increases dramatically.
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- Business Analysis and Valuation (23)
- Coming of Managerial Capitalism (28)
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- Founders' Dilemmas (23)
- insurance (2)
- Launching Technology Ventures (18)
- Microeconomics of Competitiveness (19)
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