Blog

Entrepreneurship at UConn is Ranked 46th by Princeton Review

Entrepreneurship at UConn is Ranked 46th by Princeton Review   By David Noble, Director of the Peter J. Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and UConn School of Business Associate Professor in-Residence in Management   Today, UConn undergraduate entrepreneurship is ranked 46 in the Princeton Review/Entrepreneur Magazine rankings. This measures the course output, number of students […]

[Read More]
Compass pointing to excellence

If you are going to do it, be great.

  If you are going to do it, be great.      By David Noble, Director of the Peter J. Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and UConn School of Business Associate Professor in-Residence in Management   Developing engaging content is no easy task. Repeatedly, we are asked “why don’t you do this or do […]

[Read More]

I Just Hired Your Best Employee

I Just Hired Your Best Employee  The war for talent is impacting everyone. How you retain top talent is your game to lose. Are you prepared?    By Scott Case, CEO Upside Business Travel & Founding CTO Priceline.com   Retaining employees is hard. Retaining great employees is even harder—seemingly impossible in tight job markets. With unemployment […]

[Read More]
Innovation is Bullsh**t

Innovation is Bullsh*t

  Innovation is Bullsh*t Innovation isn’t the goal of your business, it’s a side effect. Stop innovating and start talking to customers.    By Scott Case, CEO Upside Business Travel & Founding CTO Priceline.com   The one word you should remove from your vocabulary immediately is innovation. Yeah, that’s right. I said it.  Why?  Innovation is […]

[Read More]