Bob Iger

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. Bob Iger’s career began with a lucky break, “I came to ABC thanks to my uncle Bob’s bad eyesight,” and his coincidence in sharing a hospital room with a lower-level ABC executive. With a little more luck, a lot more hard work, and paying … Continue reading Bob Iger

Dan Lockton

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. These are notes from three YouTube talks by designer Dan Lockton. I found Lockton’s work thanks to Stevyn Colgan’s mention of him in the park benches section of Why Did the Policeman Cross the Road? 2014, Nudgestock. Dan Lockton wants people to know that … Continue reading Dan Lockton

Stevyn Colgan​

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. “This is a book about effective problem-solving.” That means, writes Stevyn Colgan “How to solve problems before they arise.” Colgan joined the Metropolitan Police Service because of a bet with his dad. He stuck with it because it was interesting, not because he was measurable … Continue reading Stevyn Colgan​

Alex Rampell

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. Alex Rampell started TrialPay, a company that advertised to consumers at the point of purchase. Say you visited Fandango for information (movie showtimes), not consumption (ticket purchase). But you see an ad where Netflix offers a free ticket if you sign up. Well I … Continue reading Alex Rampell