Posts Tagged "Vivek Wadhwa"

Investing in People Revisited

Hard not to revisit this subject when there is so much material out there right now.  Vivek Wadhwa in the Washington Post: American companies must be provided with the incentives to invest in their workers as they used to. As

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Fred Wilson on Immigration Reform

Fred Wilson (and others) have been advocating for immigration reform – and in particular for doing a better job of hanging onto talented people who want to start companies in the US (thus, the startup visa movement). Vivek Wadwha, Eric

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Skills Shortage in Engineering?

Vivek Wadhwa writes that there is no simple answer to the question of whether there is a shortage or a glut of engineers: So there are many issues here. But the national debates about competitiveness, immigration, and education, typically focus

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Leadership: It's not just for BPM Anymore

On this blog, we typically discuss leadership in the context of BPM projects, initiatives, and programs.  Because BPM efforts typically cut across departmental and organizational boundaries, they also typically require an extra measure of leadership to convince people to something

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Is it Truly All about Age?

TechCrunch and Vivek Wadhwa have a controversial article up about Age-ism in high-tech in the US.  TechCrunch is no stranger to controversy, having also just caused a bit of a stir around systemic gender bias in the venture-funded tech startup

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