Ben Horrowitz Curated
Co-founder, Andreessen Horowitz
CURATED BY : +44 others
What is he thing that you’d change in your book?
What do you think was the commonality in the lessons that resonated with people after reading your book?
What’s been your biggest surprise since you wrote the book “Hard things about the hard things”?
What is Andreessen Horowitz doing to improve diversity in the companies they invest in?
How are entrepreneurs of today who have massive information different from those in earlier times?
How is technology affecting society?
What’s your advise to a CEO of a mature company who sees a disruption coming but is’t sure what to do?
What is peacetime CEOs and wartime CEOs?
How is fear driving your career and life?
What are your thoughts on firing and layoffs?
What should be the role of angel investors?
How to pick board members?
What kind of advisors do the new entrepreneurs should have?
How to hire personnel?
What did you learn from the Loudcloud IPO saga?
How do you train your employees to get better?
How do you think a company should be built?
You talk about “softwares eating the world”. What do you mean?
How did you decide to create A16Z?
Will your book have a sequel?
Is there a point where too much honesty is bad for a company?
How did you laid your employees off?
What advice do you have for entrepreneurs who are deciding to go public?
Who were your influencers when you were at Silicon Graphics and Netscape?
What happens when you disagree with your co founder?
Why did you and Marc start a VC firm in 2009?
Is there a difference between the skills required to start a business and that to scale it up?
How did you come up with the title of your book?
Is it as beneficial to work in a big company after graduation today as it was earlier?
What skills students should learn?
What did you study at Columbia?
How did you come up with the book “Hard things about hard things”?
How did Berkley influence your entrepreneurial bent?
Why do you want to give away half of your money to charity?
Why do you think leverage is important?
What kept you going when everyone thought that its not working?
What’s your view about following one’s passion?
Did you imagine you’d be managing 5 Billion dollars?
How do you get along with other venture capitalists?
What was your most important learning from Columbia University?
What are some underestimated skills in entrepreneurship?
How did you get into hip hop?
What does a meeting with you and Marc look like?
How should a founder think if it is the time for him to step down and take up adifferent role?
How to select co founders and how to deal with them?
What are the pros and cons of accelerators?
What motivated you to get into venture capital investing?
Tell us about your meeting with Marc when you decided to brand your firm?
What advice would you give to the next wave of bio technology entrepreneurs?
How is your experience as an investor different from the years as an entrepreneur?
What would you advise students- join a startup or go for a big company ?
What’s your advice for students?
What’s the key to building culture in your business?
What was the motivation behind the title of your book?
What was your thought process like when you decided to jump into Netscape?
Did you know Steve Jobs well?
If you see entrepreneurs like Jim Clarke, do you back them or don’t?
How do you compare Jim Clarke to other CEOs?