The Right It

by Mike Hunter

The Law of Market Failure: Most new products will fail in the market, even if competently executed. Using his experience at Google, his remarkable success as an entrepreneur and consultant, and insights from his lectures at Stanford University and Google, Alberto Savoia offers an unparalleled approach to beating the beast that is market failure. Millions of people around the … [More]

Merger in Sight?

by Richard Lieberman and Jeff Gardner

In November 2017, the United States Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit to block AT&T’s $85-billion purchase of Time Warner. The lawsuit was eye-opening and sent significant ripples across legal and business landscapes. In particular, the suit showed an inclination of the federal government to block a large merger between two companies that were not direct … [More]

Re-Entrepreneuring

by Mike Hunter

It has long been assumed that, in the development of any organization, the time for entrepreneurial activity is right at the beginning. Once an organization is established, qualities that were virtues in the organization’s start-up and early stages can become vices, and the entrepreneurial founders must cede control to professional managers who can nurture the fruits of their … [More]

Intentional Success

by Mike Hunter

The book addresses the typical struggles aspiring business owners encounter when starting, managing, growing and maintaining a successful venture. Brad and Cathy Taylor provide a clear guide through the perilous journey that destroys more than 65 percent of all new businesses. The Taylors share tools, practical applications, potent anecdotes and real-life examples of … [More]

Ninja Future

by Mike Hunter

Ninja Future is an essential read for businesses and individuals striving to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving world. Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, casts his eye toward the future, charting how the innovative technologies of today will transform not only the way business is done but society itself. During his more than three … [More]