Robert Wuebker is a contributing blogger to the Creative Class Exchange. Having been a key member and co-conspirator in several software startups over the past decade, Robert Wuebker knows a thing or two about innovation, strategy, and breakthrough technology. Or, then again, he may not, since by his own admission his business experience "is a series of backhanded successes and unexpected flame-outs, with a couple of business cycles thrown in to separate cause and effect." At the very least, Robert has a few stories and tall tales to share in his blog. "What little I do know might even be generalizable," he jokes, given recent developments: his consulting firm, Release 3, works with startups and early-stage venture capitalists to build breakthrough firms "from two guys in a napkin sketch to funding, scaling, and beyond." Rob is currently an NSF IGERT Fellow and PhD Candidate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His current research and consulting focus is the management of innovation in the domain of energy and the environment.
|Oct 12th 2009 - Revisiting Drucker's Innovation and Entrepreneurship||Sep 13th 2009 - Benchmarking Innovation Competitiveness|
|Sep 6th 2009 - Ideas, Fresh and Dangerous||Aug 26th 2009 - Is There a Natural Cap to Venture Investment?|
|Feb 25th 2009 - Technology, Applied||Feb 18th 2009 - And More Resetting|
|Feb 13th 2009 - Happy Valentine's Day, Twitter||Dec 6th 2008 - Flat World? Hardly|
|Sep 4th 2008 - On Whose Terms?||Aug 27th 2008 - The Five-Taco Ride|
|Aug 20th 2008 - Flight of the Finance Class||Aug 13th 2008 - Globalization, Innovation, Entrepreneurship|