Over the holidays — Happy New Year Everybody! — I spent time to review the research we have been doing at be radical over the last year, especially as it pertains to the seemingly never ending conversation (and occasionally heated discussion) about innovation and disruption.
Over the last few weeks I found myself in multiple conversations about the respective competitive advantage of a bunch of startups. The argument often …
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
My friend, colleague and futurist Paul Saffo coined the quip “strong opinions weakly held” sometime in the mid to late 2000s (at least that is when I f…
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
A few years ago, I brought Guy Kawasaki, Apple’s first evangelist in the early 80s and author of the wonderful “The Art of the Start” (and a bunch of o…
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
Today, I had two (virtual) coffee conversations about the same topic – careers. I am also writing this at the end of, what feels like, yet another long…
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
By now you might have realized that something which was a semi-daily dispatch for entrepreneurs has gotten a tad out of sync. It has been a ride – COVI…
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
New Value is a Function of Failure, not Success. I recently stumbled across this sentence. It's the perfect encapsulation of how to create new value. N…
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
Over the years I found that, broadly speaking, you encounter two types of startups: On one hand you have companies which are the extension of their fou…
Pascal Finette (The Heretic)
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