Mark Stalhman

President, Center for the Study of Digital Life

He is a retired Wall Street technology strategist, investment banker, and serial entrepreneur. Currently, he is president of the Center for the Study of Digital Life, a strategic research group dedicated to understanding the effects of digital technologies on the three spheres that now dominate global affairs—East, West, and Digital.

He began his Wall Street career as a principal at Sanford Bernstein and went on to Alex. Brown & Sons, where he was a partner and formed the New Media banking practice, which managed the initial public offering for AOL in 1992. In the 1990s, Mark’s “Why IBM Failed” article in Harvard Business Review led to an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal and a consulting assignment at IBM that pushed the company towards its leadership in the services business.

Más vídeos de Mark Stalhman

Mark Stahlman: The Impact of Digital Technology on Society
Bill Frezza‎, Mark Stalhman

22 de octubre de 2020

The Antigua Forum
Gabriel Calzada, Sam Patterson, Gustavo Medina, Flemming Rose, Surse Pierpoint, Mauricio Rojas, Marcel Granier, Japheth Omojuwa, Barbara Oakley, Sugata Mitra, David Seymour, Matt Dalio, Nouh El Harmouzi, Magatte Wade, Robert Metcalfe, Benjamin Slivka, Daniel M. Rothschild, Robin Koerner, Mark Stalhman, Eric Glustrom, Robyn Metcalfe, Elise Westhoff, Lenore Ealy, Robert Schimenz, Connor Boyack

23 de octubre de 2020