Posts Tagged ‘Conceptual economy’

Rethinking American export policies to help entrepreneurs


- Jay Maharjan
President Obama’s recent decision to re-strategize the export policy is a timely move. The current trade policy is getting obsolete – with the clauses like the one that restricts Radio Shack from exporting electronic gadgets was appropriate in the 70’s when the rest of the world didn’t have the same level of technology [...]

Salvaging the Middle Class


- Jay Maharjan

I do not believe in socialism, but I have to admit that the current socialist Independent Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders’ speech does reflect a fairly accurate state of America. In his passionate speech given on the Senate floor, Senator Sanders presents a case for shrinking middle class in America. He makes his [...]

Role of entrepreneurship in conceptual economy


By Jay Maharjan
The rules of entrepreneurship still apply in principle, but the medium has changed drastically. This is probably the best time in our history to pursue entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs are defying the logic and business rationale to make things happen individually. Gone are the days when you needed huge capital and veteran management teams to [...]

Embracing the power of abundance in the conceptual economy


- Jay Maharjan (06.08.09)
The business landscape and the economy as we know it is changing and it is changing fast. What you have is an endless collaborative opportunities, with an abundance of knowledge and free means at your disposal. How can an entrepreneur take advantage of this historic time of abundance?
Regardless of the changing settings [...]

Influence of Web 2.0 in Conceptual Economy


Jay Maharjan
When I attended business school in 2001, there was a big hype on how dot com companies would change the way people lived their lives. You name it and there was a dot com company that promised to deliver that service. That was then. Welcome to the new world of web 2.0 today – [...]

Interview with Pasadena Bioscience Collaborative


We are focusing on biotech entrepreneurs this week. As I often write on this blog and in my upcoming book, science entrepreneurs will play key roles in the making of conceptual economy. The interviews that we are featuring offer important insights for science entrepreneurs to leverage on various resources available.
Interview conducted by Richard Jones, Jr.
Pasadena Bioscience Collaborative (PBC)
Bruce Blomstrom is President [...]

making sense of changing economic times


Jay Maharjan 
The congress and the Senate passed 840 billion financial bailout. Both Presidential candidates voted for the bill indicating that it was a necessity to keep the economy moving. We are going through a major change globally. Regardless of relatively large sums of bailout packages that the governments around the world are proposing, this is just [...]

Navigating through conceptual generation


by Jay Maharjan
I have been writing posts on conceptual economy, especially on how it will impact you – whether you are an entrepreneur, a start-up company, a thriving business, or an employee of a Multi national corporation. It is critical to understand where you stand, so that you can prepare yourself accordingly. As the legendary [...]

Navigating through conceptual generation


I have been writing posts on conceptual economy, especially on how it will impact you – whether you are an entrepreneur, a start-up company, a thriving business, or an employee of a Multi national corporation. It is critical to understand where you stand, so that you can prepare yourself accordingly. As the legendary Management guru [...]

The rise of Conceptual economy


By Jay Maharjan
In October, I wrote an article on “Creativity, Entrepreneurship and the emergence of conceptual economy”. I often get asked by my clients what conceptual economy is and how it is going to affect their businesses. Obviously, the answer is not that simple. If you look at the history, Peter Drucker coined the term [...]

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