| ||Deborah Quazzo at GSV Ventures>|
|Sahlman, William A.;Smith, Michael D.;Tempest Keller, Nicole|
Facing a surge in investor interest in EdTech during the COVID-19 pandemic, GSV Ventures must decide whether to raise a larger Fund #2
| ||Climate Action in Miami>|
|Kanter, Rosabeth Moss|
The Miami metropolitan area is a global epicenter of climate risk from heat and sea level rise, but leaders have only recently mobilized for action to respond to this systemic challenge. Resilient 305 began a collaboration across officials in the cities of Miami and Miami Beach and Miami-Dade County, with some community leaders, but action has been slow. The case identifies the actions and concerns of (a) public sector officials (Mayors and new Chief .....more
| ||Tensions at SearchLight Cures>|
|Huang, Laura;Mehta, Sarah|
This general experience case tells the story of SearchLight Cures, a fictional biotechnology startup. Having discovered a new therapy for a rare disease, the company''s co-founders find themselves at an impasse over a pricing disagreement.
| ||Broadway Mall: You Can Get It If You Really Want It>|
|Lietz, Nori Gerardo|
| ||Broadway Mall: You Can Get It If You Really Want It, Spreadsheet Supplement>|
|Lietz, Nori Gerardo|
Spreadsheet supplement to case 222057.
| ||The Future of Start-Up Chile>|
|Choudhury, Prithwiraj;Costas, Ruth;Levindo, Pedro|
In 2021, public accelerator program Start-Up Chile, which ten years earlier had created a global buzz, might be losing its competitive edge to similar programs or one-year visas for digital nomads offered by other countries. The case follows SUP''s CEO, Angeles Romo, as she considers how Chile could remain appealing to world-class entrepreneurs in a post-pandemic world and how to ensure SUP''s impact on Chile''s economy.
| ||In Search of Global Regulation>|
|Jones, Geoffrey G.;Rahmani, Mona|
This note surveys the international governance of global business from the nineteenth century until the present day, emphasizing and explaining its fragmented nature. In the nineteenth century a core principle of international law was that the property of foreigners could not be taken without full compensation. The expropriation of foreign direct investment by the Soviet Union in 1917, shattered existing international property law, and there was no .....more
| ||Newsweek: Leading a Transformation>|
|Applegate, Lynda M.|
| ||More-Experienced Entrepreneurs Have Bigger Deadline Problems>|
|Wu, Andy;Meeker, Amy|
New research shows that the more projects company builders have under their belts, the worse they are at anticipating delays.
| ||The CEO of Roblox on Scaling Community-Sourced Innovation>|
When Roblox launched, in 2004, its user base was made up of friends, family members, and about 100 tech enthusiasts recruited via Google ads to serve as impartial advisers. The idea was simple but ambitious: create an online space where people from anywhere in the world could do anything--construct buildings, run businesses, battle enemies, play sports, attend concerts--together. Everyone agreed that user-generated content (UGC) would be the key to .....more