Noam Wasserman

Noam Wasserman

"LIFE IS A STARTUP": #1 AMAZON BESTSELLER IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP "THE FOUNDER'S DILEMMAS" -- #1 AMAZON BESTSELLER IN NEW BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, #1 IN MANAGEMENT, #1 IN BUSINESS SYSTEMS & PLANNING, #2 IN POPULAR ECONOMICS Dr. Noam Wasserman is bestselling author of The Founder’s Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup (2012, Princeton Univ. Press) and Life Is a Startup: What Founders Can Teach Us about Making Choices and Managing Change (2018, Stanford Univ. Press). He was a professor at Harvard Business School for 13 years and is now founding director of the Founder Central initiative at the University of Southern California and the Lemann Chair in Entrepreneurship. Noam created HBS’s most popular entrepreneurship elective, “Founder’s Dilemmas,” for which he won HBS’s Faculty Teaching award and USC’s Golden Apple teaching award. He also won the Academy of Management’s Impact on Practice award and its Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy award. He was a Principal at a firm where he founded and led the Groupware Practice, and worked as a venture capitalist. Noam received a PhD and MBA from Harvard University, a BSE (Penn Engineering), and a BS (Wharton).
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