In my last article I was writing about some pitfalls in the reps and warranties. Today I want to write about some noteworthy oddities. Recitals, Representation, Guarantees Even I learn from time to time. So now I was looking into recitals of facts, opinions and intents at the beginning of […]

This is a copy of an article found under below link with minor comments from my side. The article underlines my thinking on global networks of cities. https://irows.ucr.edu/papers/irows28/irows28.htm Intro Systems of cities represent human interaction networks and their connections with the built and natural environments. Logically, the study of city […]

A small exercise into sizing of a Venture Fund. A hypothetical fund is created based on assumption of talent supply along the Gartner Hype Cycle. From there, the cash demand of the market is calculated and sanity checks on fund sizing are helping to size the P&L and AUM of the fund.

I think I was randomly looking into what kind of games are flying around and went to my favorite online game websites. The re-targeting mechanisms started kicking and a day after I was on YouTube watching tutorials when I was suggested a keynote from Nintendo CEO on the announcement of […]

How do teams form groups and groups form networks and how do networks settle in regions, ecosystems, cities and neighborhoods. And what does it mean to have 7.5 Billion humans on earth?
In the Numbers Series I am looking to find meaning in numbers. What is a million? What is a thousand? What is a billion?
Group structures and population clusters looks at group formations. Starting from how how team structures are used to build large organizations and how Dunbar’s theory of cognitive capacity to manage cohesions in group sizes, I look at some numbers in the context of population economics and group structures.

Strong opinions loosely held. That is a mantra. It claims that having strong opinions in conversations is important. But one should be open to to discuss them and be refuted and one should be willing to adopt a better view. What does that mean? Yes. In start-ups, resilience is a […]

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