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Don't make the kind of mistakes that drain the energy from the members of your team. Instead, fire them up!
Failure doesn't scare you. Not knowing does.
Having a 1-page quarterly action plan is a powerful tool for growing your company, just so long as you sidestep these three pitfalls.
A counterintuitive new study shows bosses are better rested than their employees.
It's not your strength, or maybe be even what you enjoy doing. But being on hand to show the flag--and close the deals-- isn't something you can simply hand off to the sales team.
While you'll think this is a no brainer, the reality is it's also a powerful motivator to get employees' commitment.
It's hard enough to build a fulfilling workplace--you don't need to unwittingly undo the good you've done with this one uber-debilitating behavior.
How to Incorporate Sharp Creativity in Your Business Strategy
Even as the nation negotiates its fraught relationship with the U.S. government, more Russian startups are prospering than ever before.
The prerequisite for setting the stage for these questions to be asked (and answered) is transparency. Therein lies the problem for most bosses.
This year's Student Startup Madness asked these eight finalists to pitch their bright ideas at SXSW. See who made the cut.
French tech company, Navya, produces self-driving cars to transport goods and people. It aims to partner with Uber and Lyft to do so. But is it safe? We put it to the test.
Peter Rahal and his co-founder spent $10,000 starting their protein-bar business. Five years later, they sold it to Kellogg.
Women entrepreneurs get a startlingly low percentage of VC funding. Here are some smart suggestions for changing that.
For such a small word, "no" can be very scary.
Here's What Happened After A Marriott Employee Liked a Congratulatory Tweet (Clue: He Doesn't Work For Marriott Anymore)
Money can talk even louder than Twitter.
Startups are worst of all.
They're like an annoying little brother, and they're really good at it.
Each applicant has roughly the same chance of getting the gig as a high school football player has of playing in the NFL.
You're not an influencer if you're following the same amount of people who follow you.