Or Is Doug Dayhoff an Olympic Putz I’ll never win an Olympic gold medal, or a bronze, for that matter. I know this because I just hung out with a guy who recently won both, and I can say with the certainty of a righteous preacher that he has more focus at age 24 than […]
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About Doug Dayhoff
Doug is the president of the Upland Brewing Company, which operates packaging breweries and retail brewpubs within Indiana and distributes its wood-aged sour ales nationally. Previously he worked with several successful entrepreneurial teams in high growth, VC-backed companies and has also taught in the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship at the Kelley School. He is a director of the Sycamore Land Trust and Bloomington Hospital Foundation. Doug received a BA in philosophy from Indiana University and his MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He and his wife, DeeDee, have two sons and reside on an old farm outside of Bloomington, Indiana.
Entries by Doug Dayhoff
Some people don’t want to be left alone. “Screw you & the horse you rode in on.” He didn’t actually say it, but he came close. And this unceremonious resignation came from a senior manager whom I really liked (thought it was mutual) and who had a bright future with the company (thought he […]
Or One Key Step To KEEP Your Sanity I’m like the journalist, Raoul Duke, in Fear and Loathing: I see ALL the bats. Fail to hit budget in one of your markets: there’s a bat. Read a post in our company’s social feed which isn’t very interesting: bat. Walk onto the production floor and notice […]
Leadership: Hard-fought Wins, Undeserved Losses, and Vice Versa I stole the title of this blog from a middle-aged guy who got into trouble and then wondered, “How do you know when it’s too late to learn?” That’s an interesting question for someone like me who’s had his fair share of hard-fought wins alongside a few […]