Harvard hosts an event called a Cyberposium where hundreds of business school students gather to hear from tech company founders and visionaries. I did not attend the event, but read a post at GigaOm by Barb Darrow where she identifies five surprising themes. I want to add my two cents to her five points.

  1. Founders who lack co-founders fail. I believe this to be true. Obviously there are exceptions. The famous examples are Microsoft (Gates/Allen), Google (Page/Brin), Apple (Jobs/Wozniak). and Polycom (Rodman/Hinman). Facebook

    Dave Michels