John Chisholm shares his knowledge of entrepreneurship and recalls a few helpful tips in the task of starting a new business, taking into consideration not only the market, but also the demand for technology. He also gives ideas to help an already established business to improve its performance. Finally, he states his position regarding ethics and entrepreneurs.
Reflections on Entrepreneurship, Society and Ethics John Chisholm
Business School Building , EN-603 Universidad Francisco Marroquín Guatemala, April 7,2011
A New Media-UFM production. Guatemala, May 2011 Camera: Jorge Samayoa, Claudia de Obregón; digital editing: Claudia de Obregón; index and synopsis: Stephanie Araneda; content reviser: Sofía Díaz; publication: Claudia de Obregón, Sofía Díaz
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John Chisholm has three decades of experience as general manager and entrepreneur. He is currently serial software entrepreneur/CEO at John Chisholm Ventures. Previously, he founded and served as CEO/Chairman of CustomerSat (now part of MarketTools) and Decisive Technology (now part of Google). He is a member of the Development Committee of the MIT Corporation; trustee of the Santa Fe Institute and the Seasteading Institute. He also chairs the MIT Club of Northern California; and helps young entrepreneurs start new high-tech businesses throught the MIT Venture Mentoring Service. Chisholm holds a BS and a MS in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a MBA from Harvard University.