Michael Goldberg and Jennifer Shaheen answer questions about turning down capital and overseeing a new generation of employees.
Michael Goldberg, visiting assistant professor of design and innovation at the Weatherhead School of Management, responded to viewer questions about turning down funding and managing millennials in the workplace on MSNBC's Open Forum Sunday, November 9.
As experts in their fields, faculty at Weatherhead School of Management are often called upon by the media to respond to questions that face businesses in today's marketplace. In this video, Goldberg advises entrepreneurs about when to take and when to turn down funding, how to find balance between working on the business and working in the business, and addressing the needs of millennials in the workplace by recognizing the desire of millennials to have a more meaningful work environment.
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