Starting a company is like scaling a mountain. When you start, you see the peak and feel the thrill. But when you climb, you get lost in the thicket and lose sight.
If your company is always scrounging for resources, then it’s hard to imagine it’s wise to help anyone else. But these birds exemplify that it’s beneficial.
Mark MooreSeptember 24, 2015
We hear often that ventures started by women are promising but under-supported. Is it true they have a harder time raising money? Do the data back it up?
Sean PetersSeptember 21, 2015
Historically, engineers have been taught that failure is unacceptable. But software fails often. This is creating problems for tech business culture.
Ara HowardJune 1, 2015
There's no such thing as culture—only cultural practices. If you try to manage culture from the top-down, it just doesn’t work. If you offer individual policies that direct action, it can shape the behavior of an entire group. Take it from a school of fish.
Daniel EpsteinMay 26, 2015
As social entrepreneurs, we’re obsessed with measuring impact. Sometimes we’re able to measure what matters—often…
Rajesh AnandanApril 21, 2015
The success of your company will be defined by the culture of communication you set across your team. Read this post where the founder of Unreasonable shares the "communication architecture" of the team at Unreasonable Group.
Daniel EpsteinMarch 30, 2015
Google. Facebook. Apple. These tech titans appear to have overwhelming advantages over your company when…
Chris YehFebruary 24, 2015
We are too up tight, living in a time of professional and political correctness that is dulling our ability to enjoy our lives while at work—where many of us spend nearly one third of our adult lives and entrepreneurs even more.
David HowittOctober 23, 2014