HIPerspectives Episode 22: Crushing It

Eileen Carey on the importance of diversity, how Glassbreakers helps solve the diversity problem, and the highs and lows of being a startup co-founder.

Making Your IP Work For You

If intellectual property has not been a priority for your company, you may be leaving value on the table. By developing an approach to IP that advances your business goals, you can extract more value and solidify your competitive position.

HIPerspectives Episode 13: Know Your Source

The HIPLegal partners identify some of the pitfalls and best practices for navigating licenses associated with open source software.

Voicekick is Live!

Congratulations, Voicekick, on going live! Voicekick helps you capture the attention of your friends and followers with the power of your own voice. You can download it for free here. &nbs

Ben Horowitz on “How to Manage”

There are many management rules … too many. This one is the most important, and one of the most difficult to consider on an on-going basis: Critical management decisions should be made with all impacted perspectives in mind.

Keith Rabois, Khoslas Ventures, on “How to Operate”

Building a company is harder than building a product. A good metaphor for what a leader does is editing. Generally, there are writers and editors – your job as a leader is to edit – to eliminate unnecessary things, simplify, and clarify.

Reid Hoffman on How to be a Great Founder

There is no one skillset for a great founder. Having the ability to learn and adapt and create networks around you “while crossing uneven ground in the fog” is useful. Collective learning makes great teams. And diverse teams help solve difficult problems.

Startup Culture and Hiring

Culture is like gardening: you plant the seeds, you pull the weeds, and it grows. It takes constant attention.