MIT Thesis Research On Small Software Companies

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MIT Thesis Research On Small Software Companies


I am currently working towards completing a master’s degree (M.S. in the Management of Technology) from MIT.  With any luck, I will graduate in June 2006.


As part of this process, I’m writing a graduate thesis that is focused on today’s small software companies (with less than 100 employees).


If you are the founder/CEO/manager of a small software company, please complete the following survey.  The survey should take only about 10 minutes to complete.  At the end of the survey, you can request to receive a summary of the survey results and/or the final thesis document when it is published.  Individual responses will not be shared and will be kept confidential.


Click Here For Survey

Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the survey. 



Dharmesh Shah


P.S.  If you know of others that are running small software companies, please pass the link along.  


Posted by on Sun, Feb 26, 2006


Update on the thesis survey. There are now over 70 respondents (creating even more incentive to participate!)

posted on Friday, March 10, 2006 at 12:17 AM by Dharmesh Shah

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