• Who’s Afraid Of Data-Driven Management?
    HBR - May 19
    From a management perspective, making decisions based on data is a clear win. Yet it’s often difficult to adopt a data-informed culture. In every organization, there are teams and employees who embrace this transition, and... Read »
    3 months ago
  • 5 Strategies That Saved This Small Startup
    Huff Post - May 19
    They say that most startups don't make it 18 months. My current company, Rebel Pilgrim Productions, just survived to celebrate our two-year anniversary. We are probably typical of start-ups who make it this far. Read »
    3 months ago
  • Doubling Down On CEO Pay
    NYT - May 15
    In an era of what many perceive as outsize executive compensation, it’s not unusual for a successful public company to lavish its chief executive with a multimillion-dollar pay package. But what happens when there are two... Read »
    3 months ago
  • 4 Things To Consider Before Going Global
    CEO.com - May 2
    Whether a start-up or an established company focused exclusively on a U.S. audience, at some point the thought has likely crossed your mind: Am I ready to take my business global? While reaching millions of potential... Read »
    3 months ago
  • How GE Applies Lean Startup Practices
    HBR - Apr 23
    We are all lean now — or soon will be. As the world becomes more digitized, generating more information surrounding products and services and speeding up processes, large and small companies in every industry, even... Read »
    4 months ago
  • A Business Partnership Is Like A Marriage
    Inc - Apr 22
    You spend ample time dating before you get married, and you should treat your relationship with a potential business partner the same way. Entering into a business partnership is a serious commitment of time, money and... Read »
    4 months ago
  • 6 Mistakes To Avoid When You’re Starting A Business
    Entrepreneur - Apr 18
    Like every startup entrepreneur, Rodney Nelson needed a great website. Woolly Pocket, the company he was building with his brother, Miguel, aimed to sell its cleverly designed, eco-friendly wall planters online. But there... Read »
    4 months ago
  • 2014 Is Looking Bright For Small Businesses
    Fox Business - Apr 17
    After years of scraping along during the recession and in the sluggish growth years that followed it, small businesses will enjoy improved sales and profits this year and the best pace of growth since 2007. Read »
    4 months ago
  • How To Build The Right Team For Your Startup
    Fox Business - Apr 14
    In the startup world, things are different. When the momentum is building and things are moving fast, your company begins to feel the push that comes with an early rush of success. The call to scale comes soon after.... Read »
    4 months ago
  • 6 Changes Organizations Need To Make
    Entrepreneur - Apr 14
    In today's competitive landscape, companies need to be efficient or get left behind. That said, companies are often stuck in their ways, leaving opportunity for growth out cold. Here are some things I would do if I took over... Read »
    4 months ago
  • 3 Reasons The Midwest Is The New Silicon Valley
    Entrepreneur - Apr 9
    As you’re considering the best cities to jumpstart your organization there are several things to keep in mind that might persuade you to take a closer look at what some are calling the "Silicon Prairie": Read »
    4 months ago
  • 10 Things Businesses Should Do Before Leaving Windows...
    Forbes - Apr 8
    As of today, Microsoft MSFT -1.16% will cease all user support and halt security updates for its hugely popular XP operating system. After 12 years in operation, the end of XP will leave one-third of Microsoft users still... Read »
    4 months ago
  • The Epic Failure Of A Promising Startup
    Fast Company - Apr 7
    With almost $1 billion in funding and ambitions to replace petroleum-based cars with a network of cheap electrics, Shai Agassi's better place was remarkable een by the standards of world-changing startups. So was its epic... Read »
    4 months ago
  • 4 Common Reasons SharePoint Projects Fail
    CMS Wire - Apr 4
    As a consultant I get to work with clients to help them roll out new installations of SharePoint or create new projects on top of existing implementations. One of the first things I do is ask why employees aren't using their... Read »
    4 months ago
  • How To Scale Fast Growth Without Losing Company...
    Inc - Apr 3
    GuideSpark, a Menlo Park, California-based software-as-a-service company that turns dense and boring employee handbooks into fun and creative videos, knows a little something about fast growth. Over the past 15 months,... Read »
    4 months ago