John Hagel and John Seely Brown are co-chairman and independent co-chairman, respectively, of Deloitte LLP's Center for Edge Innovation. John Hagel writes a blog at Edge Perspectives. Their monthly column, Innovation on the Edge, explores what executives can learn from innovation emerging on various forms of edges, including the edges of institutions, markets, geographies and generations. Sign up here for an RSS feed.
Haig is a partner at Iron Horse Ventures (www.ironhorseventures.com), which advises companies and governments on technology initiatives. She writes an occasional column on the Internet and international affairs at http://www.businessweek.com/technology/.
Ben W. Heineman Jr. is GE's former senior vice-president for law and public affairs and is currently a senior fellow at Harvard Law School and at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He is the author of the book High Performance with High Integrity (Harvard Business Press, June, 2008).
Arik Hesseldahl is a technology writer for Bloomberg Businessweek. In addition, he writes the Byte of the Apple column. Previously, Hesseldahl was a senior editor and technology columnist at Forbes.com. Before that, he was senior editor at Electronic News, a contributor to Electronic Business Asia, and a reporter, columnist, and business editor at Idaho State Journal. Hesseldahl is a graduate of the University of Oregon and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Leo Hindery Jr. chairs the US Economy/Smart Globalization Initiative at the New America Foundation and is managing partner of a New York media industry private equity fund. Previously he was chief executive officer of AT&T Broadband and its predecessor, Tele-Communications (TCI). He is the author of It Takes a CEO: It's Time to Lead With Integrity (Free Press, 2005).
Hoffman is the author of The Retirement Catch-Up Guide and Bankroll Your Future Retirement with Help from Uncle Sam. Her Your Retirement column may be found at businessweek.com/investing. You can contact her through her Web site, retirementcatchup.com.
Krisztina Holly is vice-provost for innovation and executive director of the USC Stevens Institute for Innovation at the University of Southern California. Holly is a serial entrepreneur with a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to USC, she was founding executive director of MIT's Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation.
William J. Holstein is the author of Why GM Matters: Inside the Race to Transform an American Icon (Walker & Co., 2009). For more of his work, visit www.williamjholstein.com.
Holtzman, who blogs at Globalpov.com, is the author of Privacy Lost and founder and chief technology officer of pseuds Inc. He writes frequently on technology and privacy at http://www.businessweek.com/technology/.
James Olan Hutcheson is the founder and president of ReGENERATION Partners, a consulting and advisory group devoted exclusively to working with family-owned and family-managed enterprises.