Member Since 2021
Los Angeles Area
Product driven customer obsessed comp sci/business growth hacker with extensive exposure to software engineering, venture capital, private equity, fixed income, and artificial intelligence who enjoys applying technology to simplify complex business problems and generate data driven solutions.
The work culture of a business has a direct impact on the ability of the organization to last long term. Besides the benefits on the business side, a positive work environment enhances the relationship between leaders and current and prospective employees, leading to increased retention and employee loyalty.
Expenses that are not kept in check can impact a business’s operations and the procedures in place that keep things running smoothly. Business growth can do wonders for increasing the reach of an organization, but leaders must be careful not to do too much too fast. One wrong decision can easily strain a limited budget.
In the face of a setback, such as layoffs or a deal falling through, a leader’s next actions make all the difference for employees. Leaning on the support of employees and, in turn, supporting employees is critical for building and maintaining leadership credibility and the trust of your team when things go south.
Making customers happy doesn't have to require a lot of resources and effort; the simplest strategies can sometimes be the best.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are not one-and-done initiatives—they require long-term, ongoing efforts to be successful.
We understand how to reduce bias in AI through rigorous empirical data, and we can take these lessons and apply them to society by reintroducing diversity to our corporate and academic population.
Search engine optimization is critical for any business that wants to be found online—and it doesn't have to be expensive to address it.
Being a great leader requires more than delegating tasks to employees and meeting business goals. Each individual employee within an organization has different needs, and the role leadership plays in meeting those needs and empowering employees to contribute their expertise can have a direct impact on a business’s bottom line.
Business leaders carry the weight of their organizations on their shoulders. In addition to ensuring ideas come to fruition and customers are satisfied, executives also have the added pressure of ensuring employee needs are being met. These priorities can place a considerable strain on a leader even in times when a business is fairing well.
The business world moves fast, and companies that aren’t able to keep up run the risk of falling behind. Building a sustainably successful company requires that leaders understand just how much the business can and will change over time.