葛蘭特李的籃球日誌從第一篇到今天為止，已經有十篇文章，題材涵蓋範圍從美國的NBA、NCAA、FIBA世界籃球，到台灣籃球的籃球及人物介紹，題材範圍不可謂不廣。但今天我突然想到，還有一個題材我沒寫過，這題材，我每個禮拜都有深刻的體悟，深刻的情緒及身體上的體悟，這題材，是素人籃球。 Continue reading
2004年，韓國從亞洲金融風暴崛起，民間興起一股，『韓國能，為何台灣不能？』的討論。2014年，十年後的今天，韓流K-POP行銷全球、三星手機力拼蘋果I-Phone，就連低端產品定位的KIA汽車，也在美國隨處可見。此時，應該不會有人再辯台灣為何不能這個議題。 Continue reading
(Pictures taken 2011 summer) Continue reading
Taiwan, my hometown, is a small island located in the south east Asia. In 2011 summer, I spent eight-day-seven-night, riding my motorcycle for more than 1500 km around Taiwan. (I literally felt like I lost my hips.) It was a trip of self-enlightenment, self-fulfilling, and self-discovery. Continue reading
One of the very first lessons I learned in MBA was “elevator pitch”. What’s elevator pitch? Basically, it is a short summary to concisely describe one object to your audience. The object can be a business solution, a personal introduction, a picture…etc. The speech is usually within one or two minutes.
In business schools, MBA students are trained to deliver elevator pitch. We have to be able to say who we are, what we do, and why our products work efficiently and effectively. (Products can be a person, a business idea, or anything.)
Though elevator pitch is called “elevator” pitch, I had never seen anyone doing it in the real elevator until Wake Forest Retail Innovation Challenge.
Wake Forest Innovation Challenge was one of the most exciting and unforgettable memories I have ever experienced in the MBA school: Pitching new business plan idea in the real elevators to venture capitalists and industry experts. The experience was simply overwhelming and breathe-taking. I wrote a blog post detailing the experience, check it out in: Wake Forest Retail Innovation Challenge.
Unlike the old post with lots of words, this time, I want to show you what it feels like in the real elevators! Check out the following videos presented by the Retail Innovation Center at Wake Forest University. I was getting bumped while watching the videos.
(Introduction of the competition)