Tag Archives: Rajesh Jain

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 12

This week’s links: How to find the Perfect Startup Job: by David Beisel. “As an employee joining then, you bear (nearly) all the risk as founders but an order of magnitude less compensation, recognition, and influence.” Strategic Bets: from strategy+business, … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 11

This week’s links: Testing Strategy: from McKinsey Quarterly. “Ten timeless tests can help you kick the tires on your strategy, and kick up the level of strategic dialogue throughout your company.” Billion-dollar Ideas: Finding Tomorrow’s Growth Engines Today: from strategy+business. … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 10

This week’s links: How YouTube’s Global Platform Is Redefining the Entertainment Business: from FastCompany. Building Better Social Graphs: by Fred Wilson. “As software becomes social, the creation of the social graph on each web service becomes a chore. I do … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 9

This week’s links: Pivoting: by Jeremy Liew writing about startups changing direction. “Pivoting has two components, knowing when to quit plan A, and taking on plan B. It’s easy to pivot towards doing more of something that is working and … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain's Recommended Reading – 8

This week’s links: 7 Technologies that will rock 2011: from TechCrunch. 100 Things to Watch in 2011: from JWT. Let’s End the Myth that Ideas are Worthless: by Nathaniel Whittemore. “Great startups need great ideas and great execution.” A Happy … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration, Technology | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 7

This week’s links: Opportunities in an Online India: My article in Mint, as part of their series on the Indian Internet. Enterprise Tech Directions in 2011: from Fortune.”Social, the cloud, gamification — it all sounds like consumer-enterprise convergence. It’s not, … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration, Technology | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain's Recommended Reading – 6

This week’s links: : from Wired, on Artificial Intelligence. 10 Mobile Tech Trends for 2011: from Wall Street Journal. The rise of Apps, iPad and Android. 2011 will be the year Android explodes: from Fortune.”Ever-improving networks and a big hardware … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 5

This week’s links: In Pursuit of the Perfect Brainstorm: from the New York Times. “We need help thinking.” What’s driving Groupon? by John Battelle. “Groupon, I believe, has the potential to be a new proxy – one that subsumes the … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 4

This week’s links: TIME Person of the Year 2010: Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook. The two-second advantage: An article on Vivek Ranadive of Tibco in Economic Times. “In the 21st century, a little bit of right information that you get a … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment

Rajesh Jain’s Recommended Reading – 3

This week’s links: 2011 Consumer Internet Predictions: by Jeremy Liew of Lightspeed Partners. Founder Control: by Paul Graham. Knowing that founders will keep control of the board may even help VCs pick better. If they know they can’t fire the … Continue reading

Posted in Insights, Inspiration | Tagged | Leave a comment