Archive | April, 2012

Defining the next generation of Latin American Leadership

Hi Everyone, I wrote a blog-post for the World Economic Forum Blog discussing new definitions of leadership in the digital age. Please check it out here: http://forumblog.org/2012/04/defining-the-next-generation-of-latin-american-leadership/

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A Letter from Capitalist Me to Socialist Me

Dear Me from Ten Years Ago, Hey Me, it’s Matthew, from the future. 10 years in fact. Listen: in the event that the space time continuum allows for us to live in parallel, I wanted to drop you a line in the hope that I might be able to help you deal with the anxiety […]

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Is Instagram worth a billion dollars?

You know what’s cooler than a million dollars?  What?  A Billion Dollars.  ­The Social Network So, is it? The short answer to the question of whether or not Instagram is worth a billion dollars is yes, it is, because that’s exactly the price Facebook was willing to pay for it. Did they overpay? Like the […]

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Are you a sucky manager?

This post was originally published on brazencareerist.com. You can read it there here If you’re a manager, you’ve probably experienced the sensation of people not liking you — but does that mean you suck? Not necessarily. Your goal, after all, is to implement the company’s vision on the front-lines of the battle. If you’re going […]

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Canada: It’s time to lose the Flag.

Hey Canada, howzitgoin’, eh? It’s hard for me to say this, but I think we need to talk about your flag. You know, the one you have sewn onto your back-pack. And the one on your T-Shirt. And your hat. Ok, what I mean to say is that we need to talk about your entire […]

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