Feb 4, 2019
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Noam Wasserman lives in Boston - where he was a longtime, wildly popular Harvard Business School professor - but works in Los Angeles. And while he regularly traverses the country, he also straddles the dual worlds of business development and Jewish commitment.
As an academic, Wasserman has researched the challenges faced by founders of new enterprises, and shared his findings with thousands of students, among them many founders-in-waiting. Along the way he has authored several books, including a volume titled "Life is a Startup," applying these traditional business lessons to broader human contexts.
Ever community-minded, Wasserman was the founding chairman of the board of a new Jewish high school in Boston, and advises individuals, companies, and non-profits on the healthy practices that will enable them to survive and thrive beyond their nascent "founding" stages.
ABOUT THIS PODCAST
Jews You Should Know introduces the broader community to interesting and inspiring Jewish men and women making a difference in our world. Some are already famous, some not yet so. But each is a Jew You Should Know.
The host, Rabbi Ari Koretzky, is Executive Director of MEOR Maryland (www.meormd.org), a premier Jewish outreach and educational organization. MEOR operates nationally on twenty campuses and in Manhattan; visit the national website at www.meor.org.
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A special thank you to Jacob Rupp of the Lift Your Legacy podcast for his invaluable production assistance.