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How to be successful startup founder? In an unexpected, fast moving, world the capacity of building new economic entities under uncertainty (startups…) is extremely valuable. Startup founders are constantly seeking “The Ultimate” strat-Up roadmap, or checklist that they can follow. Those familiar with ‘The lean startup’ concept believe this kind of universal roadmap could never

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Corporate innovation that works is: Essential, Balanced, Specific, Diverse, Costly and…. Corporate innovation is one of the hottest issues in management today. Mangers are now expected to deliver ‘disruptive innovation’, and everyone, down to the last employee should submit ‘innovative ideas’ to improve performance. This topic of ‘disruptive innovation’ is so ‘disrupting’ that a Google-Trends

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Thoughts… Front camera: “Alert on right: Pedestrian running into drive path” Emergency Algorithm: “… potential collision within 3 seconds, activate emergency-car-stop…” Passenger-safety-algorithm: “…passenger age retrieved form data-base is 75. High chance for passenger injury: deactivate emergency-car-stop and take a softer crash into road-safety-fence on the left.” Damage-control-algorithm: “…potential car damage from hitting safety-fence calculated. Result

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So where did Paul Graham go wrong? In a fantastic essay about startups and economic inequality Paul Graham states:  “I am a manufacturer of economic inequality”. Graham further connects a line between Y-Combinator startups, founder getting rich and increasing inequality ( see short essay version here). a) Startups create new economic value (through the Schumpeterian

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