When Jill Vialet — a social entrepreneur and founder of Playworks – talks to me about play, I usually scoff. Not because I don’t believe in her mission – which provides recess resources for largely underprivileged schools – I do. The program was so successful that it received a $20M grant by the Robert Wood Johnson More
Culture and leadership aren’t just two important aspects of the game – they are the game.
Last week, Fortune held a “Most Powerful Women” MPW summit with about 400 people in attendance. Going to a conference like this is such a privilege because you get a chance to hear leaders across industries and interests think aloud. 3 takes on how leaders create cultures of innovation that I found worthy of note: More
If the person who can cure diabetes came to you for money, if you were a VC you’d likely turn that person away. And, an inventor who could reduce global dependency on oil by designing better batteries? That VC might not even take the meeting. By venture capitalists’ individual actions, they are limiting growth and More
“As a brown woman, your chances of being seen and heard in the world are next to nothing,” he said. “For your ideas to be seen, they need to be edgier.” He paused, as if to ruminate on this, before continuing. “But if you are edgy, you will be too scary to be heard.” This More
Today, BusinessWeek ran a front cover story on Marisa Mayer’s leadership of Yahoo, asking what seems like a 10-year old question, ‘can it be saved?’ Having grown up in Silicon Valley and worked in tech most of my career, I have followed every move, shake, disaster and firing that has happened there. Because the Yahoo More
Earlier today, I was on Twitter sharing some new news around corporate governance, and several people have been writing emails asking why it matters. They argue that Citi is just another firm that will fail in its own way. But I think in the specific individual story, is a larger significant story. So, let me More