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Disruption

What Sears Taught Amazon About Business

Sears' 1800s innovations and market disruption model are still at the core of retail behaviors today. Retail companies would be wise to study this history.
Teamwork

3 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From NASA About Organizational Design

How to transform a disconnected pack of competitive employees into a single, unified team to accomplish the extraordinary.
Recruiting

4 Creative Tactics to Find and Recruit the Best Talent

Startups are having to battle with big companies and one another for the same talent. It's become a free for all.
Ready for Anything

4 Steps to Pick Yourself Up From a Tough Situation

Major losses force entrepreneurs to make hard decisions. These decisions almost always turn your life to a new chapter where the stakes are higher and the wins are bigger.
Motivation and Retention

Happy Developers Lead to Better Products. Here Are 9 Ways to Motivate Them.

When trampolines, sleep pods and ping-pong tables don't cut it, look elsewhere to encourage your code gurus.
Growth Strategies

What Eating Chicken Wings Can Teach Us About Entrepreneurship

When you dive into a bucket of wings, you separate the meat from the bones, just as you do in your business every day.
Company Culture

5 Ways to Celebrate Small Wins on Your Way to World Domination

Find ways to share your dreams with your employees.
Leadership Qualities

5 Lessons My Cross-Country Coach Taught Me About Leadership

It's about ownership and empowerment, not timing or sweat.
Innovation

5 Ways to Keep Mediocrity From Killing Innovation at Your Startup

Make sure your company keeps innovating even as it grows.
Employees

The Human Element: Your Most Important Business Resource

Create a company culture that prioritizes people.
Unlimited Vacation

Developing an Unlimited Paid Time-Off Policy That Works

Four tips for making the transition as seamless as possible.
Startup Basics

Apply These 5 Darwinian Secrets, and Your Product Will Thrive

A species that evolves faster has a larger footprint in time. Same with startups.
App Developers

Don't Build Your App for 100 Million Users

Creating software that can accommodate large volumes of customers takes a lot of time and money. It's better to build something that you can ensure will launch.
Stress Management

Try This Life-Changing Stress Hack for a More Relaxed 2015

An entrepreneur explains how the Alexander technique worked wonders for his body and thus his business.
Web Design

6 Common Misconceptions CEOs Have About Web Development

Benefit from an insider's view of an Internet design project.
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