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Why You Should Tackle Risk Management Before You Even Start Hiring
From a company's outset, entrepreneurs can keep themselves better protected from the full gamut of risks by prioritizing these three strategies.
4 Ways to Generate Investor Interest, Even When Funds Are Scarce
Bad timing, poor relationship quality and lack of vigilance can thwart efforts to secure funds. Be proactive and win investors.
To Make Big Gains, Startups Need to Remember These 5 Things
Streamline processes and focus on small but cumulative improvements.
The Antidote to a Toxic Culture Is a Culture of Trust -- Here's How to Build One
Here's how to build enough trust in order to ward off toxicity at your company.
Amazon Is Signaling a Major Workforce Trend: Here's How to Act on It.
Three steps for hiring and retaining with the future of automation in mind
The Ugly Truth About 'Vanity Metrics': 3 Keys to Gaining an Accurate Picture
Data is hardly in short supply, which is why it's so important to understand what to measure and how it relates to your business.
'Future-Proof' Yourself. Institute Proactive Hiring.
A clear vision for the right recruitment and acquisition processes will help keep you nimble and viable long-term. Embrace a more strategic hiring strategy with these three steps.
The Hard Truths to Tell Yourself About Delegating Responsibility
Offloading tasks and responsibilities is sometimes just the right move -- but done prematurely or unwisely, it can be an unmitigated disaster.
Is Your Onboarding Process Broken? Here's How to Fix It.
3 steps to ensuring new team members are onboarded and utilized effectively
How Do You Win the Innovation Game? Google's 'X' Marks the Spot.
Most startups lack the freedom and capital X has. They should take a more methodical approach to innovation and keep three key points in mind.
Want Your App to Fail? If You Ignore These 3 Keys to Testing, Failure Is a Safe Bet.
When 40 percent of software developers are too hurried to test apps, it's easy to see why so many make bad first impressions.