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April 18, 2010

The Case for Being Disruptively Good – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review

Filed under: Running Commentary — thefourteenthbanker @ 6:45 PM

The Case for Being Disruptively Good – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review.

Another reason for optimism.

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3 Comments »

  1. Please stop publishing the BS from big name academic gurus. They know nothing about the main street. Since you are a insider, a whistleblower, it would be more beneficial to the public that you keep exposing the dirty secrets how a handful of megabanks loot the rest of American. If we were interested in the shit from these gurus, we would go to their websites and read them. The last time I checked, most of these big looters were educated by these institutions. Remember the Enron guys (considered at one time the smartest guys in the room), Paulson, Blankfein, Dimon and ….. They basically were tought how to collude each other (called teamwork), bribe the politians (called networking) and rig the games (called strategic thinking) and loot the rest of American (Called God’s Work).

    Comment by epijj — April 19, 2010 @ 1:09 AM | Reply

  2. All these looters at one thing in common, they were all educated at Harvard Business School.

    Comment by epijj — April 19, 2010 @ 1:12 AM | Reply

  3. Feedback accepted. There are some folks at these schools though that recognize that the old ways are not working for us. They come from different philosophical schools. I will attempt to stay more on point though.

    Comment by thefourteenthbanker — April 22, 2010 @ 10:15 PM | Reply


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