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: 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.
Howard posted a blog: No More Navel Gazing
“ As the year draws to a close, and we all get a little break from our day-to-day activities (and from the regular crises and fire drills that accompany them), it’s a good chance to find some time to catch your breath and spend a few hours just thinkin... ”
“               Don’t Hire the Wrong Person Even for the Right ReasonIt’s the holiday season and everyone wants to lend someone else a helping hand. But let me just say, without seeming too Grinch-like, that, whi... ”
Howard posted a blog: You gotta know when to say "whoa"
“ Happy days are a mixed blessing for startups. Growing rapidly is definitely energizing and exhilarating. And it can be plenty enervating as well so you need to try to pick your best shots and also to conserve some of your energy and resources for the... ”
“ The Internet has transformed our lives in so many ways that it’s almost impossible to keep track of all of the momentous changes. Things that we tend (unfortunately in some cases) to take for granted today would have been thought of as works of magic... ”

recent blog posts

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: 241
Howard Tullman
I’ve seen the future and it’s a flywheel.
01/04/2015
VIEWS: 264
Howard Tullman
Fence It and Forget It  
12/30/2014
VIEWS: 82
Howard Tullman
A/B Testing is So Yesterday and So’s Your MBA
12/27/2014
VIEWS: 524
Howard Tullman
Should Every “Expert” Come with an Expiration Date?
12/21/2014
VIEWS: 83

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