Archiv 17. Februar 2010

Mittwoch, 17. Februar 2010

Fehlen uns die Produzenten?

As much as we like to think of our culture as being entrepreneurial, the reality is 99% of our top talent doesn’t seriously contemplate starting companies. Colleges crank out tons of extremely smart and well-educated kids every year. The vast majority go into “administrative” careers that don’t really produce anything – law, banking and consulting. Most of the rest join big companies. As I’ve argued many times before, big companies (with a few notable exceptions) aren’t nearly as successful as startups at creating new products.

Quelle: Every time an engineer joins Google, a startup dies – chris dixon’s blog

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Labels: Arbeit, Gesellschaft, USA, Wirtschaft

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