A Dedicated Team of Problem Solvers Can Help Big Companies Act Like Lean Startups

Harvard Business Review

There’s no use going to engineers with detailed product specifications before you really know what the customer wants. We have a lot of newer businesses that come to us for credit and we need to do due diligence on them. Most companies try to avoid problems.

What Alan Greenspan Has Learned Since 2008

Harvard Business Review

In the fall he came out with a book setting out his new and improved worldview, The Map and the Territory: Risk, Human Nature, and the Future of Forecasting. I said, “Let’s remember that history has not dealt kindly with very prolonged low [risk] spreads.” It’s clear that he thinks he’s gotten both too much credit and too much blame, but he has also developed an interesting theory – that good central bank performance actually breeds bubbles and crashes.