Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 3/3: What Now

This post is the third of three that detail my running of a 5k last weekend. The first entry is Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 1/3: Preparation The second entry is Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 2/3: The Race With one of my annual goals accomplished so early, I have two options:Continue reading “Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 3/3: What Now”

Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 2/3: The Race

This post is the second of three that detail my running of a 5k last weekend. The first entry is Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 1/3: PreparationThe third entry is Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 3/3: What Now I got off to a nice pace (I thought!) with the balls ofContinue reading “Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 2/3: The Race”

Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 1/3: Preparation

This post is the first of three that detail my running of a 5k last weekend. The second entry is Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 2/3: The Race The third entry is Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 3/3: What Now Saturday I ran my first competitive race of the year, the TexasContinue reading “Texas Med Center 5k 2011 Race Report 1/3: Preparation”

Green Job Creation is the Wrong Argument

A friend of mine asked for my response to an article titled The False Promise of Green Jobs. The article contends that “green” governmental policies will not result in net creation of jobs because A. these new green jobs will be offset by job losses in the “conventional” energy sector andB. green energy is moreContinue reading “Green Job Creation is the Wrong Argument”

US Cleantech Energy Policy => #fail

A recent post by Battery Ventures VP Mike Dauber on the Obama administration’s challenge to cleantech entrepreneurs generated some discussion among my friends and colleagues. One point of focus was whether or not this really is our “Sputnik moment” and, if so, whether the race to the Moon was really worthwhile anyway. Responding to thisContinue reading “US Cleantech Energy Policy => #fail”

The IMD Global Leadership Challenge is Over!

I’m so grateful for all the support I received in my participation in IMD’s Global Leadership Challenge! I finished #27 out of 5,380 contestants from 124 countries on five continents and I couldn’t have done it without all of the help I received. The contest was broken down into three sections, each of which embodiedContinue reading “The IMD Global Leadership Challenge is Over!”