Entrepreneur Voices - Page: 12

3 Ways to Simplify Your Company Culture and Build Trust

Resolving to simplify your company culture is a great first step toward meeting your 2016 goals.

The Science Behind Customer Churn

Customer-loyalty and retention is paramount in the online marketplace. Here's how to get the most out of Big Data and keep your customers coming back.

Luc Burgelman

4 Ways a Follower Can Become a Leader

These fundamental skills and abilities are what it takes to become a solid leader.

Anna Johansson

How Your Leadership Skills Will Determine Your Company Culture

Think about the culture you want to build, then master these leadership skills. The rest will fall into place.

Fun, Flexibility and Competition Will Put the Pep Back in the Step of Your Staff

As a business owner, I've seen it with my own eyes -- these eight strategies will increase employee productivity by 20 percent.

Peter Daisyme

The Entrepreneur's Guide to Hiring a Kickass Growth Hacker

First, understand what it is: a mindset, 'a person whose true north is growth.'

Neil Patel

Want to Be Like Apple, Disney or the New England Patriots? You Need a Stellar Company Culture.

You can have the best talent and strategy in place, but without a clear company culture, you'll never achieve greatness.

Matt Mayberry

Why You Should Focus on 'Different' and 'Better,' Not 'More'

Compete by offering something none of your competitors do.

Jess Ekstrom

Why Vulnerability, Authenticity and Love Are 3 Must-Haves for Entrepreneurs

It can seem uncomfortable to talk about these things in a business article, but the truth is -- that's where all the magic happens.

Mary Deelsnyder

5 Growth-Hacking Strategies to Increase Your App Downloads

With the cost per install consistently growing each year, app publishers must get creative with their marketing efforts.

Steve Young

The 5 Biggest Psychological Hurdles of Entrepreneurship

Remain cognizant of the potential mental pitfalls you'll face, usually alone, and keep moving forward.

Jayson DeMers

Cut People a Break. You Never Know What They're Going Through.

Your co-workers might be smiling, but you have no idea what turmoil might be brewing inside.

Jim Joseph