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Your Twitter Timeline Is About to Get a Lot More Cluttered

Up until now, your timeline was limited to tweets and retweets from people you follow. But that's all changing.

Laura Entis

Transitioning From the Secure Corporate Nest to Entrepreneur Digs

Every executive making the leap from a resource-rich company to a startup den should know these five things.

Pat Dermody

How to Lead Your Team Through Change

These eight tips can help you take a bold new direction at your company.

Microsoft's Big Layoffs Lays Bare the Dangers of Cultural Change

Whether you run a small company or a large corporation, changing a culture should be done with care, or risk an implosion.

Thomas White

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Stephen King

Lessons from the master of horror can apply to startups, too.

Janelle Blasdel

Wait, What? Microsoft CEO Says Company Needs to Rediscover Its Soul.

Huge changes are coming to Microsoft, says CEO Satya Nadella in a rambling manifesto -- but just what kinds of changes are anybody's guess.

Geoff Weiss

Faster Growth Equals Greater Complexity. Are Your Employees Ready for Change?

Staffers open to a business evolving can help the organization better position itself for expansion.

Jim Alampi

Are You Starting a Business for the Right Reasons?

To be successful as an entrepreneur, have a clear view of next steps. Some people quit a job they don't like but end up in a new place that's no better.

10 Huge Ways Running a Business Has Changed in the Past 20 Years

We've come a long way since the start of President Bill Clinton's first term, plaid shirts and grunge.

Gene Marks

Let's Help Companies Die Faster and Reincarnate Sooner

Not every ailing organizations can adapt. It might be better to help them die gracefully to emerge relevant later.

Jurgen Appelo

Why It Is Important to Teach Girls About Entrepreneurship

The founder of Glamtrepreneur talks about instilling the business bug at an early age.

Rebekah Epstein

4 Reasons Why Leaders Need More Wave Makers

These innovators jump in and ask, "What can I do?" and initiate changes that can bring huge payoffs to an entrepreneurial operation.

Patti Johnson