As a serial entrepreneur, Whitney is particularly drawn to the earliest phase of starting a company, typically the first four years when he is building the business model. “Usually by year four, I’m thinking about some other opportunity and how
I want to apply the same skill set that I applied in the past four years to a new opportunity,” he says.
Learning organizations are constantly assessing information and determining what the next action should be. “This is not necessarily a core competency that I have found in my engagement with the healthcare industry, but it is what the tech titans inherently do,” Whitney says. “It is built into their DNA.”Read More
In this panel hosted by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, and led by Tony Holt, Chief Development officer of Cushion Corp, I speak alongside Harry Allen, Chief Relationship Officer at Studio Bank and Robert Grajewski, Executive Director the Wond’ry about best practices in Entrepreneurship, and how much the Internet is going to continue to change…Read More