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This Company Hosts Virtual Dance Parties to Help Its 170 Remote Employees Feel Connected

Zapier uses its own technology, among other strategies, to build tools and traditions in the name of collaboration.

Lydia Belanger

The Surprising Reason Why an Open Office Space May Not Be Great for Your Company

Companies tear down their walls to encourage collaboration, but this professor's research says doing so doesn't always achieve this outcome.

Lydia Belanger

If Another Woman Is Being Rude or Uncivil to You at Work, Here's What You Can Do

Neither of you is the enemy. Evaluate where you're both coming from.

Lydia Belanger

The Entrepreneurs Behind Internet Behemoth Giphy Explain Why You Can't Be Afraid to Take Big Swings

CEO Alex Chung and COO Adam Leibsohn share the philosophy that has helped them grow a search tool into a company with 300 million daily active users.

Nina Zipkin

When It Comes to Growing a Massive YouTube Audience, This Entrepreneur Explains Why You Shouldn't Focus on Making a Video Every Day

Wong Fu Productions co-founder and filmmaker Philip Wang says there is value in taking time away from the day-to-day grind to make something you're proud of.

Nina Zipkin

The Entrepreneurs Behind This Multibillion Dollar Company Share Why Success Is Nothing Without a Partner You Can Rely on

Robinhood co-founders and CEOs Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev on why they have only been able to thrive because of their work together.

Nina Zipkin

'You Can Have It All, But It's a Sh*t Show,' Find These Two Beauty Industry Mavens

Trèstique co-founder Jennifer Kapahi leans on Elana Drell-Szyfer, CEO of ReVive Skincare, for advice in business and life.

This Entrepreneur Shares the One Word You Need to Build a Culture That Lasts

Asana co-founder Justin Rosenstein explains why teamwork is everything.

Nina Zipkin

7 Things You Should Know About the Youngest People in Your Office

You might be losing the youngest ones to their own businesses before long.

Nina Zipkin

Do You Have What It Takes to Go to Mars? Lead Like an Astronaut in Your Own Office.

The team to Mars will be stuck with each other for about nine months in some close and cramped quarters, so there are specific skills and characteristics required to make this mission work.

Nina Zipkin