Good idea, bad idea or no idea?By Ken Banks
For every one of our failures we had spreadsheets that looked awesome Scott Cook. Founder and Chairman, Intuit One of the biggest privileges of working in the technology sector for so long are the number of young entrepreneurs and innovators who approach me for thoughts on their big idea. As I’ve written before, whenever I can add value to someone else’s work I’m more than happy to. Giving back is important. There’s something of an assumed wisdom in the social entrepreneurship and innovation sectors that “ideas are cheap” and that what it’s really all about is execution.
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Good idea, bad idea or no idea?