Robert E. Siegel

An educator, operator, and investor, Robert Siegel has learned from many people, and he’s taught many more. Through Robert’s experience in these three distinctive areas, he’s gained a unique understanding of how to thrive as a business in today’s economic landscape, and he can help you find out: Does your company have the skills to succeed in the next two decades?

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The Brains and Brawn Company:

How Leading Organizations Blend the Best of Digital and Physical

In The Brains and Brawn Company, Robert Siegel brings the digital innovation conversation back down to earth. He shows that, while important, digital is only part of the answer―and it’s never the only answer. Robert shows how to create lasting profits and growth by creating a solid partnership between digital innovation and traditional business operations―in other words, by marrying brains and brawn.


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Does your company have the skills needed to succeed in the next two decades?
Does your company have the skills needed to succeed in the next two decades?

Meet Robert E. Siegel

Robert Siegel is a Lecturer in Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a venture investor. He has taught courses ranging from Financial Management for Entrepreneurs to The Industrialist’s Dilemma, and he has led research and written cases on companies including Google, Charles Schwab, and many others. He is also a General Partner at XSeed Capital and Venture Partner at Piva, and he sits on the boards of various enterprises.

Robert is the author of The Brains and Brawn Company: How Leading Organizations Blend the Best of Digital and Physical.

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Press & Commentary

Robert is a frequent contributor and is often quoted in Forbes, Business Insider, The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, and more. Check out his latest media contributions below.

Companies Keep Changing Their Return to Office Plans

Emily Chang and Robert Siegel discuss the changing landscape of going back to the office.

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Matching Your Organization’s Capabilities to the Times — Julie Sweet, CEO Accenture

In our six years of teaching the course, only a few of our guests have attended multiple times. In...

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