Part of Project Graph “Pick Two” series. Author is me.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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# Tag Archives: Project Graph

## Pick two: Fuel Efficient Car, Sporty, Cheap

## Pick two: Good, Fast, Cheap

## Relationship Advice: Take Each Step

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## Percent Body Fat By Age

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## How To Tell The Wealth Of A Man By His Shoes

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## Bracelet Trends Over The Years

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## Licensing Cash Flow

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## BMW M3 Power Curve

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## Qur’an Burners and Al Qaeda Are Few In Number

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## Example Hiring “Negotiation Dance”

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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Part of Project Graph “Pick Two” series. Author is me.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

Read MorePart of Project Graph “Pick Two” series. Inspired by my friend Leah Rose. Author unknown.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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This is a graph based on aggregate data derived from “How To License Technology“. I was reading this book in prep to license a “garage project” of mine called Lapview. Below the graph is a picture of me presenting Lapview at a conference in Calgary.

With the V8 engine (420 horsepower @ 8400 rpm), this M-series coupe produces as much power as a standard BMW (230 horsepower) at half the maximum RPM. The M3 is also more powerful than the Porsche Cayman S (320 hp), although the M3 is 1000 pounds heavier. The BMW M3 can to 0-60mph in 4.1 seconds, which is fast, but it’s not the biggest, fastest or strongest. For example, a Boeing 747 has 87,325 horsepower, or 210-times as much power as the M3.

Chart by Faith In Public Life via Cleo Haynal. The creator of this chart argues for tolerance and to stop Qur’an burning — I agree.

UPDATE: Thanks to Professor Maurice Schweitzer who corrected my negotiation dance chart, it’s updated below.

**Example Compensation Package Components:
**Work culture conditions (e.g. WFH, dogs at work)

Boss

Title

Salary

MBO’s/bonus/commission

Health Benefits

Stock (e.g. equity, options, RSU)

Pension/401k

Vacation

Unusual Perks for Employees (e.g. laundry, dog daycare)

**Example Negotiation Elements to Expect:**

Anchoring

Decreasing concessions (decreasing slope)

Beneficial concessions (consistent slope)

Variable number of rounds

Variable cycle time between rounds (sometimes increasing, sometimes decreasing)

Not all negotiations end with a contract