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Biz Stone to Aspiring Entrepreneurs: If You're Not Emotionally Invested, Don't Do It
If I Knew Then

Biz Stone to Aspiring Entrepreneurs: If You're Not Emotionally Invested, Don't Do It

For our series, 'If I Knew Then,' the Twitter co-founder and Jelly Industries CEO says that while success isn't guaranteed with emotional investment, you're more likely to fail without it.
Nina Zipkin
Companies That Are 'Best Places to Work' Share These 3 Things
Human Resources

Companies That Are 'Best Places to Work' Share These 3 Things

How can employers be sure their organization is deemed a great place to work by employees -- even if they've yet to be officially recognized for it?
Andre Lavoie
6 Ways to Build Healthy Competition at the Office
Company Culture

6 Ways to Build Healthy Competition at the Office

A CEO describes a strategy for building a friendly rivalry among team members to bring out a company's best.
Jason Spievak
How Biz Stone Protects His Free Time
Organization

How Biz Stone Protects His Free Time

This Twitter co-founder's digital life hack is so simple, anyone can do it.
Nina Zipkin
What's the No. 1 Thing Employees Would Change If They Were the Boss?
Managing Employees

What's the No. 1 Thing Employees Would Change If They Were the Boss?

According to study participants, culture and organization fit are a top concern. It should be yours, too.
Eric Siu
Biz Stone: Good Works Can Shape Your Company's Mission and Market
Company Culture

Biz Stone: Good Works Can Shape Your Company's Mission and Market

Twitter's co-founder explains the role philanthropy can play in shaping a new company.
Nina Zipkin
6 Steps to Strengthening Company Culture (Infographic)
Infographics

6 Steps to Strengthening Company Culture (Infographic)

It's time to rethink company culture, and to treat it like any other strategic business initiative. This infographic can help.
Carly Okyle
What You Need to Launch a Startup During the Zombie Apocalypse, or Any Time
Startup Basics

What You Need to Launch a Startup During the Zombie Apocalypse, or Any Time

Let's face it, the last thing entrepreneurs need is another challenge, and the living dead ranks up high on the list.
Andrei Soroker
Why Veterans and Civilian Employers Have So Much Trouble Communicating
Veterans

Why Veterans and Civilian Employers Have So Much Trouble Communicating

Vets are eager to work and the private sector admires their service but cultural differences make the process surprisingly difficult.
Lida Citroën
5 Ways to Find and Hire Top Technical Talent
Hiring

5 Ways to Find and Hire Top Technical Talent

The competition for IT professionals requires looking past commuting distance to your company and inspiring the candidates who are interested.
Jeremy Johnson
Hiring for Your Startup: 3 Tips to Find the Right People
Hiring Tips

Hiring for Your Startup: 3 Tips to Find the Right People

To build a great team, make sure that you take a step back from resumes and candidates' pre-determined interview responses to look for individuals that will fit your company culture and are eager to learn new tasks in an emerging field.
Mike Laven
3 Things You Need to Know to Recruit and Retain Millennials
Millennials

3 Things You Need to Know to Recruit and Retain Millennials

Employers who ignore the stereotypes but meet millennials on their own terms are rewarded with enthusiastic and inventive workers.
Ritika Puri
Why You Should Run Your Business Like Bill Belichick
Sports

Why You Should Run Your Business Like Bill Belichick

The New England Patriots coach seeks like-minded players who share the team's core values.
John Brubaker
The Industry With the Happiest Employees, and How You Can Follow Its Lead
Employee Morale

The Industry With the Happiest Employees, and How You Can Follow Its Lead

There are lessons you can take to your business to boost satisfaction among your team members.
Eric Siu