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Eric Quon-Lee

Management consultant & startup advisor

Eric Quon-Lee is a management consultant and entrepreneur. Having obtained a MBA from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, Eric has worked for some of Canada’s leading companies in a variety of finance and consulting roles. Currently at a San Francisco based management consultancy, Eric focuses on the topics of strategy and innovation where he acts as an intermediary between startups engaged in disruptive change and corporations trying to navigate these changes.

Education for Career or Education for Life?

It is accurate that corporations could have their employee shortages solved overnight if more students entered high demand fields, but the question is whether or not they should.
12/02/2013 05:37 EST
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What Type of Entrepreneur Are You?

One can easily see the allure of focusing on millennial entrepreneurs. Their youth and inexperience allows them develop innovative solutions and ideas and their low overhead enables to them to work on what Y Combinator's Paul Graham famously called the "ramen diet" where the only food entrepreneurs can afford is ramen noodles.
11/27/2013 07:43 EST
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"Entrepreneur" Shouldn't Be a Dirty Word

Entrepreneurship is a dirty word for many MBA candidates. Synonymous with extreme financial distress, entrepreneurship for many MBAs is a deep chasm of despair, particularly considering the high debt load that most MBAs have post-graduation. These attitudes and misconceptions have hurt MBA grads instead of helping them.
11/14/2013 12:42 EST
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Believe it or Not, Millennials Are Most Prepared for This Economy

Yes, the Millennial Generation. The generation born between 1982 to 2002 that has been mischaracterized by many employers as lazy, incompetent and entitled, is the same Generation that is the best prepared for the changing nature of work. The reality is that the demands of today's Millennial Generation are the same demands that enable their own survival. The Millennial Generation is merely being motivated by self interest and self protection given today's economic and social constraints.
10/13/2013 11:35 EDT
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Treat Yourself Like a Corporation

With all the changes occurring in the wake of the Great Recession, one wonders how anyone can succeed in this work environment. The simple answer is to emulate those who have profited and thrived, and no group has thrived more than corporations. So why not treat yourself like one?
10/03/2013 05:27 EDT