Bhaskar Chakravorti Quoted in The Washington Post

This CEO banned his first employees from living more than 15 minutes from work
by Matt McFarland

“If you value time away from work or would like to strike a better work-life balance, [a start-up] may not be for you,” said Bhaskar Chakravorti, a dean of international business at Tufts University. “On the other hand, if working intensely and insanely long with a small tight group of like-minded people mobilized around an exciting start-up idea gets you excited — go for a company that tries to get people to live close by.”

Read the full article on Alibaba and Jack Ma, with quotes from Dean Chakravorti, in The Washington Post

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