- Professor of Entrepreneurship Practice, Babson Global, Babson College, USA
1981, PhD, Harvard. Founding Exec. Director, Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project. Academic, entrepreneur, angel investor, and former venture capitalist in Israel. 1981-87, 2005-09, Faculty, Harvard Business School; 1987-89, with Technion; 1987-2004, Founding CEO, Triangle Technologies; concurrently, partner in an international venture capital fund. Adjunct Professor, Columbia Business School; former Visiting Professor, INSEAD. Since 2009, Professor of Entrepreneurship Practice, Babson Global, and Founding Executive Director, Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project to create projects around the world to foster high-growth entrepreneurship. Blogger: The Economist, Harvard Business Review, Huffington Post. Author of five articles in Harvard Business Review, including: How to Start an Entrepreneurial Revolution; The Global Entrepreneur; Entrepreneurship and the Cult of Failure; How Senior Managers Think. Author of Worthless, Impossible, and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value (forthcoming). Recipient, Pio Manzu Gold Medal.