Control

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Why TED Gave Up Control of Its Brand and Why You Should, Too
Leadership

Why TED Gave Up Control of Its Brand and Why You Should, Too

By sharing its approach, the conference company creates a pipeline for the future and makes its core product stronger.
Karl Ronn
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Why Stressed-Out Control Freaks Make Insanely Great Entrepreneurs
Leadership

Why Stressed-Out Control Freaks Make Insanely Great Entrepreneurs

You either want to accomplish great things or you don't. If you don't expect and push for it, you don't get it.
Steve Tobak
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The 7 Deadly Sins of Joint Ventures
Partnerships

The 7 Deadly Sins of Joint Ventures

Joint ventures always make sense on paper but not so much when we flawed humans are actually running things.
Patricia E. Farrell
Taming Your Inner Control Freak
Leadership

Taming Your Inner Control Freak

When everything is spinning out of control, letting go is more necessary than ever.
Susan Steinbrecher
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How the Advice of the Past Can Save Us Now
Leadership

How the Advice of the Past Can Save Us Now

On the 60th anniversary of Peter Drucker's business classic, its concepts are still debated along with W. Edwards Deming's quality circles.
Brent Misso
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Keep Calm and Continue Disrupting: Lessons From Building a Fast-Growing Firm
Lessons

Keep Calm and Continue Disrupting: Lessons From Building a Fast-Growing Firm

Even after a few years, a startup still has an uphill battle against more entrenched competitors.
Darren Fell
It's Up to Us to Make Our Own Fate
Inspiration

It's Up to Us to Make Our Own Fate

There is no magic equation between taking control and leaving it up to a higher presence.
Katherine Keller
When Trading Equity for Cash, Balance Is Everything
Equity

When Trading Equity for Cash, Balance Is Everything

Sell too little, and you lack the resources to grow. Sell too much, and you lose control.
Amanda Steinberg
This Is Your Brain on Power
Leadership

This Is Your Brain on Power

There's evidence that power actually changes the way the brain sees others, decreasing recognition of others' concerns.
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