• The Power Of Personal Touch Leadership
    Entrepreneur - Aug 25
    In this age of technology, it is easy to write a management book about how the technology revolution requires a radical management revolution. But as the CEO of a tech company in the heart of Silicon Valley, I disagree:... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • Should Smart Entrepreneurs Seek Smart Money?
    Forbes - Aug 25
    “Smart-Money” is a term used by smart money to describe itself. Mainly, it is used by Wall Street money managers to point out why the rest of the world is not so smart. In the world of venture financing, the smart-money... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • Three Timeless Rules For Making Tough Decisions
    HBR - Aug 25
    We spend an inordinate amount of time, and a tremendous amount of energy, making choices between equally attractive options in everyday situations. The problem is, that while they may be equally attractive, they are also... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • Ten Things Americans Can Learn From Europeans About...
    Switch & Shift - Aug 25
    Americans are notorious hard workers. What can we learn from our European counterparts to enjoy time off? Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) surveyed its North America-based members on what they can learn from Europeans... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • We’re Paying CEOs All Wrong
    Bloomberg - Aug 25
    Fred Whittlesey, a compensation consultant for more than three decades, would like his colleagues to take more seriously the weird ways our brains work. In a 2009 paper, he argued that when corporate boards decide how to pay... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • Power Sheet: What CEOs Can Learn From A Squishy Robot
    Fortune - Aug 25
    Fortune 500 CEOs tell us that their No. 1 concern is the rapid pace of technological innovation, and today’s news illustrates why. Most CEOs and other leaders are accustomed to meeting challenges that demand a lot of... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • Working More Hours Leads To Burnout, Not More...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 25
    In the early days of my company, Market Domination Media, I worked around the clock. I would be knee deep in work before the sun was up and I wouldn’t stop until the early hours of the next day. My Red Bull and... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • How To Build A Social Good Company From The Start
    Forbes - Aug 25
    Startup founders face many decisions in the early days – how to price their products and services, who to hire, when to launch. When you’re focused on fundamental choices like these, there’s a good chance that social... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • How The Big Data Explosion Has Changed Decision Making
    HBR - Aug 25
    Organizations I work with increasingly struggle to straddle two painfully polarizing operating principles. On the one hand, they desperately seek greater agility; on the other, they genuinely want to include all the right... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • Leadership May Not Be The Problem With Your...
    HBR - Aug 25
    Last November we published an assessment on HBR.org to help readers diagnose the extent to which their organizations create conditions that favor successful innovation. About 1,500 people completed the assessment,... Read »
    15 hours ago
  • How Your Personality Type May Be Stressing You Out At...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 24
    Most people experience some level of stress at work -- no one wants to make a mistake on the job. But the extent to which a conflict or directive flusters you may have a lot to do with your personality. Deloitte... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 11 Online Tools Every Entrepreneur Needs
    Forbes - Aug 24
    It’s the age of the digital entrepreneur. Today, anyone with a computer, an internet connection, a great idea, and a heck of a lot of drive can start their own company and become a success. I’ve personally started a few... Read »
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  • A Dedicated Team Of Problem Solvers Can Help Big...
    HBR - Aug 24
    Most companies try to avoid problems. Experian actually goes looking for them. In fact, it has set up a specific unit – Experian DataLabs — to actively seek out unresolved problems its customers are having and use them... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Executive Coaching: How To Preserve And Promote Women...
    Switch & Shift - Aug 24
    Ask any woman who has succeeded at the highest levels of leadership, and she’ll tell you: It wasn’t easy. Women don’t always tell their stories of challenge and struggle, because it doesn’t serve their image or their... Read »
    1 day ago
  • How Box’s CEO Learned To Be A Leader In His 20s
    Fortune - Aug 24
    Ever wonder how so many 20-something entrepreneurs learn how to be the boss? How do they successfully make the transition from college dropout to CEO? I asked Box CEO Aaron Levie if he ever thought about leadership issues or... Read »
    1 day ago