I’m blogging for Harvard Business

Not sure how you feel, but my writing around here has gotten stale. I’m not writing as much, or as well, as I’d like. The best trick? Mix things up.

So when Katherine Bell, Senior Editor at Harvard Business Digital, offered a slot on their popular business blog, I said yes for 4 reasons.

  1. She’s cool (never pass up a chance to work with good people).
  2. It has been ages since I’ve been a regular columnist under someone else’s banner.
  3. I’ll be on the same roster as business heavyweights Gary Hammel, Fast Company co-founder Bill Taylor, and many others.
  4. And perhaps most interesting of all, is to find out how much trouble I can get into at Harvard :)

And you can help: What does the Harvard Business audience need to hear? What’s wrong with Harvard Business review? If you could have me write about anything over there, what would it be?

First post is up: Why innovation is over-rated.

I’m still blogging here, don’t worry. But there’s another twist coming. Stay tuned.

2 Responses to “I’m blogging for Harvard Business”

  1. Arjan Haring

    Hello Scott,

    I just wanted to let you know that:
    For http://www.designforconversion.nl a conference by Chi Netherlands I will try to use (parts of) the Extended Interactionary format.
    Marketeers and Interaction Designer working on one (or more) problem(s).

    I know that I got rather excited some years ago when Peter Boersma told me the story about the Interactionary he had particpated in. I think it is still a very cool format. And I am very curious to see how it all will go. The dimensions: 10 teams of 10 people that don’t know each other…

    Kindest regards,

    Arjan Haring
    Chi Netherlands

  2. anh


    my name is Anh and for my BA-Thesis I’m currently conducting a study about American Bloggers.

    I would like to invite you to participate in the survey.

    It will only take about 15 minutes and it’s completely anonymous.
    Just visit the following URL:

    Even if you don’t want to participate (or are not American), you can help me by posting the link in your blog and/or inviting others to take part.

    I greatly appreciate every survey completed ;)

    Thank you!


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