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Ideas at Work: Off The Shelf
October 7, 2014

Converging on Startup Success

In conversation, Damon Phillips and Evan Rawley discuss why entrepreneurship resists easy study and how their research is tackling some of the biggest questions in the field.

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Ideas at Work: Feature
July 23, 2014

To Reap Innovation’s Rewards, Team Up

Why does new technology spread so slowly in many industries?

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Ideas at Work: Feature
June 19, 2014

What Makes an Idea Creative?

If you want your idea to be innovative, you need to hit the right mix of novelty and familiarity, a new study shows.

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Columbia Business: Launch
November 11, 2014

“Lean Startup” Innovation — Not Just for Startups

Bob Dorf

"Lean startup" methodology has a place in established enterprises as well as startups, says Columbia Business School instructor Bob Dorf.

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Ideas at Work: Feature
November 11, 2014

Want Your Innovation Contest to Work?

New research explores the ideal contest design for spurring innovation.

 
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Columbia Business: News
November 5, 2014

Students Pitch Their Startups at the Fall Venture Fair 2014

Columbia Business School students pitched their startups at the 2014 Fall Venture Fair.

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Columbia Business: News
October 30, 2014

Stef Wertheimer, Founder of ISCAR, Awarded 2014 Deming Cup

Stef Wertheimer, founder of ISCAR, Ltd., is the recipient of the prestigious 2014 Deming Cup for operational excellence.

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Columbia Business: Big Apple
October 23, 2014

Paul Tumpowsky ’00: Growing Silicon Alley

Paul Tumpowsky '00 cofounded the InSITE Fellows Program and transformed Silicon Alley.

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Columbia Business: Your Careers
October 9, 2014

Angel Investing: The New Alternative Asset

David S. Rose

Angel investing is when individuals invest their personal capital to help finance a recently founded company. Over the long run, carefully selected and managed portfolios of personal angel investments can produce an average annual return of more than 25 percent, which compares well to virtually any other use for your money. Even better, you often get a ringside seat at a venture that is out to change the world, direct access to company CEOs who may become the corporate magnates of tomorrow, and early access to the latest products and services before they become generally available.

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Columbia Business: Feature
October 9, 2014

Columbia Business School Entrepreneurs A to Z

Amanda Chalifoux and Simone Silverbush
Our business founders and entrepreneurial leaders are proving that many startups don’t just succeed. They thrive.
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