Human organizations tend to have two stages. First, they are fueled by inspiration. There is a small group of individuals who draw their organizational vision from instinct and personal experience. In modern business literature, this stage is better known as startup phase. Later, organizations inspect successful endeavors and extract the learning from those experiences. They… Read More Tesla’s Secret Sauce: Startup Leadership Style
This might seem like the worst idea that anyone has ever tried to sell to Berkshire. However, this speculation makes a lot more sense than it seems at first glance. Let’s see: Regret During Berkshire’s annual meeting, Warren Buffet has acknowledged regret by having missed on the Google (GOOGL) and Amazon (AMZN). All his talk… Read More Mr. Buffet make us (and yourself) a favor and buy Tesla
3D Systems ($DDD) has chosen Vyomesh Joshi to lead the company. Most likely, the company is rebooting. Probably, it will lose some visibility due to a low-profile strategy compared to the previous one. The strategy followed by the previous CEO had the mass-market allure which was one of the catalysts that brought the 3D printing… Read More Can Business to Business (B2B) Bring 3D Systems To a Whole New Level?
Alphabet Inc, formerly known as Google has just presented its 2015 results. Pretty decent earnings, by the way. But the novelty is the broken out earnings segment, comprising Google’s other bets. So, now we know that the Other Bets provided $458 Million in Revenue against $3.5 Billion operating loss. Let’s see how the stock-market will… Read More Alphabet’s Other Bets Are Costly But The Stock-Market Should Remain Supportive… For Now
(Photo credit: fdecomite) 3D Systems has just announced its intention to leave the consumer market for 3D printing. The company officials argue that this will only have a 2% impact on revenues and it will improve profits in the medium term. Several analysts have expressed doubts about this course of action. They argue that this… Read More 3D Systems Intention To Drop The Consumer Market Might Be Rather Bullish