Howard Tullman

Howard Tullman

CEO
1871
Chicago

Interests

Data visualization
Design
Founding startups
Interaction design
Product design
Social entrepren.
Social media/PR
Writing/Blogging

Expertise

Business Development

Companies

current
CEO

my activity

Howard posted a blog: Open is Over
“ In Sight, It Must Be Right…Or Maybe NotI love the constant frenzy of activity at 1871’s front door. With more than a thousand people a day regularly passing through that portal, things are always poppin’ as our new Governor would say.  So it’s a... ”
Howard Tullman has a new connection.
“ I have a pretty simple test for determining whether whatever you’re doing has the makings of a real “business” or whether it’s just an expensive hobby or a lark or a solution in search of a problem. If you can’t quickly show me how you’re saving me t... ”
“ I spoke recently about the impact of technology, connectivity and social media on the real estate business at a series of events sponsored by various brokerage companies and industry associations involved in the commercial (non-residential) real esta... ”
Howard posted a blog: Job Jumpers Need Not Apply
“ I’ve said for many years that ultimately technology is not a long-term sustainable competitive advantage because – as the cost of any new technology continues to plummet (which it eventually does in every case) – it becomes a commodity that is readil... ”
“ I’ve seen the future and it’s a flywheel. Not a physical flywheel, but a system that – for all intents and purposes – is actually its more expansive and digital equivalent.  A system that replaces the momentum which a flywheel creates and gather... ”
Howard posted a blog: Fence It and Forget It
“ Fence It and Forget It  It’s the beginning of 2015 - a new budget year for many businesses - and - for a whole bunch of us - this means the start of another painful year of trying to live with a bunch of made-up numbers which – in all likelihood... ”
“ A/B Testing is So Yesterday and So’s Your MBA The New York Times recently ran a piece on how the traditional and lengthy MBA programs were under growing pressure because – in addition to questions about the actual economic value of such costly offeri... ”
“ Should Every “Expert” Come with an Expiration Date? These days, for better or worse, professed experts in every conceivable area of business are a dime a dozen and, in most cases, I’d say that they (and their alleged expertise and invaluable advice)... ”
Howard Tullman has a new connection.

recent blog posts

Howard Tullman
In Sight, It Must Be Right…Or Maybe Not I love the constant frenzy of activity at 1871’s front door. With more than a thousand people a day regularly passing through that portal, things are always poppin’ as our new Governor would say.  So it’s a cool and very energizing sight for all of our...
02/22/2015
VIEWS: 296
Howard Tullman
I have a pretty simple test for determining whether whatever you’re doing has the makings of a real “business” or whether it’s just an expensive hobby or a lark or a solution in search of a problem. If you can’t quickly show me how you’re saving me time, saving me money or increasing my...
02/15/2015
VIEWS: 120
Howard Tullman
I spoke recently about the impact of technology, connectivity and social media on the real estate business at a series of events sponsored by various brokerage companies and industry associations involved in the commercial (non-residential) real estate marketplace.
02/01/2015
VIEWS: 72
Howard Tullman
I’ve said for many years that ultimately technology is not a long-term sustainable competitive advantage because – as the cost of any new technology continues to plummet (which it eventually does in every case) – it becomes a commodity that is readily affordable and available to anyone in the...
01/18/2015
VIEWS: 510
Howard Tullman
I’ve seen the future and it’s a flywheel.
01/04/2015
VIEWS: 372

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