Values, Ethics & Failure in the Digital Age is a collection of Howard Tullman’s straightforward, plain-spoken principles which are crucial to transacting ethically and maintain your values when things don’t work out – which is an inevitable fact of life with technology startups.
In this book you will learn how to get back to basics in Startup 101. Tullman gets real in the chapter about no excuses for tech jerks. He lets you now that A/B testing is so yesterday—and so is your mba. He answers the question: are entrepreneurs born or built—or are they both? Tullman also deals with what no one will tell you about failure. He encourages you to keep raising the bar and know where you’re headed. He also helps you understand that even superman gets sad sometimes. The problems, ideas, and attitudes you will face in starting your startup are dealt with in this book.
Values, Ethics & Failure in the Digital Age is laid out in a clear and concise way so that you can easily follow Tullman’s instructions and be the success in your startup that you want to be. You will be greatly encouraged to keep on running with the vision of your startup.
Howard Tullman has successfully founded more than a dozen high-tech businesses in his 50 year career and created more than $1 billion in investor value as well as thousands of new jobs.
About the Author
Howard Tullman was the CEO of 1871 in Chicago from 2014 – 2017. At 1871 digital startups get their start. He is also the General Managing Partner of two venture funds: Chicago High-Tech Investment Partners and G2T3V, LLC, which both focus on funding disruptive innovators. He is the former Chairman and CEO of Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy in Chicago. He is an active member of numerous city, state and civic boards and organizations and a tireless supporter and mentor to many start-ups and other businesses and individuals.