Christopher Hann

Christopher Hann

Christopher Hann is a freelance writer in Lebanon Township, N.J., and an adjunct professor of journalism at Rutgers University.

How to Keep Employees On-Task When They're Online
Productivity

How to Keep Employees On-Task When They're Online

The three E's will help limit goofing off online at work.
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To MBA or Not to MBA
MBAs

To MBA or Not to MBA

Can a formal education really help you make your entrepreneurial dreams come true? Experts weigh in.
7 Lessons in Harmony for Family Startups
Family Businesses

7 Lessons in Harmony for Family Startups

Running a family business can unite members of a family but it can also tear them apart. Here are some tips keeping the peace, both at home and at the office.
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What Does Your Company Stand For?
Leadership

What Does Your Company Stand For?

The road to excellence begins with defining and embracing a positive, effective company culture.
How to Know When It's Time to Break Up With a Client
Growth Strategies

How to Know When It's Time to Break Up With a Client

"Follow the passion; don't follow the dollar," says CEO Harry Herington.
3 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Clients
Marketing

3 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Clients

Asking 'power questions' will improve your client relationships.
How to Keep Your Employees Engaged
Growth Strategies

How to Keep Your Employees Engaged

Keeping employees invested in their jobs and dedicated to the company vision is one of the seminal workplace -- and maybe the most misunderstood.
Could an In-House Recruiter Be the Key to Success Your Startup Is Missing?
Growth Strategies

Could an In-House Recruiter Be the Key to Success Your Startup Is Missing?

One entrepreneur shares why he's had greater success--and even saved money--since bringing in an in-house hiring professional.
What You Can Learn From the Simple Brilliance of Chipotle's Design
Marketing

What You Can Learn From the Simple Brilliance of Chipotle's Design

The fast food Mexican grill franchise sets a standard for modern restaurants.
Lori Greiner's Advice on How to Get Your Invention on Store Shelves
Marketing

Lori Greiner's Advice on How to Get Your Invention on Store Shelves

The 'Shark Tank' investor and inventor of over 400 products offers her advice to move your product from idea to sales.
Lessons From Successful Entrepreneurs on How to Beat the Competition
Starting a Business

Lessons From Successful Entrepreneurs on How to Beat the Competition

As a startup you face plenty of competition. Here are five methods for facing off against your rivals and coming out on top.
The Art of Efficiency: How to Do One Thing at a Time
Entrepreneurs

The Art of Efficiency: How to Do One Thing at a Time

Energy levels rise and dip every 90 minutes, here is how to make the most of your time.
Leadership

The Benefits of Belonging to a CEO Group

How joining an executive peer group can help you better manage your businesses.
The Social Media Rules for CEOs
Marketing

The Social Media Rules for CEOs

Twitter, Facebook and Youtube are usually the domain of one of your employees, but if want to get involved, here are the things you should consider.
How to Know If You Need to Patent Your Product
Legal Center

How to Know If You Need to Patent Your Product

You are ready to introduce your invention to the world, but first you should consider whether your new product requires a patent to help make it commercially viable.
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