Skills mastered through endurance sports fuel success in business, says marathoner and serial entrepreneur Joshua Spodek ’06.
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On November 26, 2011, then Wall Street executive and avid cyclist Ron Gold ’91 was in the final three miles of a 50-mile bike ride when he was hit head-on by an SUV.
With a proven capacity to solve difficult problems, a passion for driving change, and above all, an entrepreneurial spirit, intrapreneurs are professionals who apply the key qualities of entrepreneurship to the roles they fill within an organization.
Alicia Syrett ’07 is the Founder and CEO of Pantegrion Capital, an angel investment vehicle focused on seed and early-stage investments.
The most profound lessons can come from unexpected places. Willie Pietersen, professor of the practice of management, reflects on life with his black Lab, and what she taught him about how to lead.
Erika Irish Brown ’98, global head of diversity and inclusion for financial-information powerhouse Bloomberg, is working to disrupt the modern-day workplace and open its doors to the world.