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Are you built for the big company? Take a tip from Ripley

I like synchronicity. Every so often I have a day where after meeting a few different people, by sunset several of the topics and ideas we've discussed seem to connect and interweave as if by magic. This could just be coincidence or my biases at work, but I believe it’s something more than that - something … Continue reading Are you built for the big company? Take a tip from Ripley

Tickets Podcast: Blending digital technology and physical space design with Parc Office

> iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/h-bureau-presents-tickets/id1336642615 > Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/h-bureau/tickets-2? > Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Ix4hwdmvjhe5rmodk3cu54aoeq4 > Our podcast landing page: http://www.hbureau.com/tickets   On the guest list today are Will Prince and Charlie Marshall, principals at Parc Office, a New York based experience design practice. Blending digital technology with physical environments, Parc’s projects include Google’s Cultural Institute, flagship store design for … Continue reading Tickets Podcast: Blending digital technology and physical space design with Parc Office

Tickets Podcast: Building, financing and operating arts and music spaces with Dhruv Chopra (Elsewhere Brooklyn)

https://app.stitcher.com/splayer/f/165130/54013960 The numerous challenges facing venues of all shapes and sizes have been well documented over the past few years. So how do you go about creating a new place for arts and music in one of the world’s most competitive real estate markets? Dhruv Chopra is one of the three co-founders of Elsewhere, a … Continue reading Tickets Podcast: Building, financing and operating arts and music spaces with Dhruv Chopra (Elsewhere Brooklyn)

Tickets Podcast: Talent programming from nightclubs to auditoriums with Dave Gamble (Royal Albert Hall)

https://app.stitcher.com/splayer/f/165130/54013960 On the guest list today is Dave Gamble, programming manager at London’s Royal Albert Hall. After starting out at the Roundhouse venue in Camden, he spent 5 years as a promotions manager at the legendary Fabric nightclub before moving to the Royal Albert Hall in 2015. Recorded on the day of the venue’s 147th … Continue reading Tickets Podcast: Talent programming from nightclubs to auditoriums with Dave Gamble (Royal Albert Hall)

Career Fuel: signal vs ability, illicit activities, and the future of work

This Twitter thread from Josh Wolfe caught my attention earlier this week. https://twitter.com/wolfejosh/status/980541011008147456 Citing a paper from a few years ago written by an MBA student at NYU Stern, it goes some way to explaining why people become entrepreneurs. The paper states: Individuals signal their hidden ability to employers (i.e. via educational qualifications). However, signals … Continue reading Career Fuel: signal vs ability, illicit activities, and the future of work