Profile of Howard AndersonSenior Lecturer, Harvard Business School
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Howard Anderson is on the faculty of the Harvard Business School. He was the founder of the Yankee Group and co-founder of Battery Ventures. He attempts to keep his rampant skepticism from morphing into galloping cynicism, a battle he seems to be losing.
Articles by Howard Anderson
posted in May 2013
By bringing the world of content to the world of technology, they transformed media and entertainment.
The father of cable television was a visionary and a promoter extraordinaire, but never a candidate for sainthood.
How easy-to-use, single-application systems changed the face of computing, communications and business decision-making.
Before DEC, computing was scarce and precious. After DEC, computing costs dropped like a rock.
Georges Doriot – aka "The General" – understood that prosperity requires both innovation and strong management. He used that philosophy to invent the venture capital industry.