Starting a company is really hard. Co-founder conflict is responsible for 65% of startup failure. Under this tension, co-founders can often say hurtful things to each other. Here are some tips on how to apologize well.
Are you a skilled enough leader to design yourself out of a job? Read this post to learn the secret to steering the ship while everyone else keeps the ship moving in the direction you point them.
Jeff HoffmanJune 28, 2016
When scaling abroad, this CEO successfully created two offices in two countries—but failed to establish one team. Here's how to build unity across cultures.
Ned TozunJune 27, 2016
A rumor says you should “never do business with friends.” This post debunks that myth and plots a path for those excited to work with people they love.
Daniel EpsteinJune 21, 2016
Hiring is hard, arduous and riddled with failure, but this post shares 4 tips to bring together an amazing group excited to spend 12 hrs/day together.
Shabnam AggarwalMay 24, 2016
Sometimes you have to stop the mad, dizzy dance of startup life to zoom out, head to the imaginary 'balcony' and reflect. Here's this founder's process.
Henry MayMay 19, 2016
We asked investors what prevents them from investing in an entrepreneur most often. Their number 1 answer? Ego. This post is about why humility matters for entrepreneurs.
Teju RavilochanMarch 28, 2016
If you prioritize hiring, you’ll set yourself apart by having a process that literally identifies the people you need in advance to implement your vision.
Ross BairdMarch 15, 2016
This post explains why culture isn't just important, but why it's THE most important thing to focus on when creating a winning environment for any team.
Rajesh AnandanFebruary 24, 2016