Growth Strategies

Why Your Business Needs a Chief Customer Advocate
Customer Service

Why Your Business Needs a Chief Customer Advocate

Businesses of all sizes would be well served giving their customers a seat at the table with an executive that represents their interests.
Carol Roth
If You're Comfortable, Change Something
Growth Strategies

If You're Comfortable, Change Something

Even in the volatile position of entrepreneurship, it's painfully easy to land in a comfort zone. If you want to be successful, you have to break out.
Jayson DeMers
If You Were Already Worried About Employee Engagement, Prepare to Panic
Employee Engagement

If You Were Already Worried About Employee Engagement, Prepare to Panic

Research is finding the correlation between engagement and performance is the opposite of what employers want.
Heather R. Huhman
2 of the Biggest Myths Surrounding Crowdfunding (Video)
Crowdfunding

2 of the Biggest Myths Surrounding Crowdfunding (Video)

Given that the average campaign raises $10,000, experts say, it's wise to keep your expectations in check.
Geoff Weiss
Here Are 6 Considerations When You're Thinking of Selling Your Business
Selling a Business

Here Are 6 Considerations When You're Thinking of Selling Your Business

Incredible opportunity, both personal and professional, can come from a sale. But you've also got to be prepared for what lies ahead.
Nellie Akalp
4 Business Meetings You Should Never Take
Time Management

4 Business Meetings You Should Never Take

The busier you get, the less time you have to spend on unproductive meetings because, well, you're busy working on revenue-generating activities.
Adam Callinan
Networking Is a Contact Sport
Networking

Networking Is a Contact Sport

Networking is not a face-to-face, cold-calling opportunity. When it's done right, it's about building long-term meaningful relationships.
Ivan Misner
The Simple Way to Vet a Potential Business Partner
Partnerships

The Simple Way to Vet a Potential Business Partner

It's amazing that people seem to spend more time reading reviews of a restaurant they're considering going to for lunch than looking into the companies and people they're considering working with.
Stephen Key
5 Signs Your Corporate Culture is Doomed
Inspiring Your Team

5 Signs Your Corporate Culture is Doomed

With Amazon's culture coming under fire, it may be the perfect time to reevaluate your own culture.
Craig Cincotta
Uniqlo Is Testing a Four-Day Work Week
Employee Retention

Uniqlo Is Testing a Four-Day Work Week

The retailer's pilot program in Japan would allow 10,000 employees to work 10 hours per day, four days per week.
The Complete Guide to Building a Metrics-Driven Company
Analytics

The Complete Guide to Building a Metrics-Driven Company

Good metrics can help you motivate your team, stay focused on key objectives, create realistic forecasts, impress investors and become acquirable by larger companies.
Andrew Cohen
4 Strategies for Making Your Company Irresistible to the Best Developers
Inspiring Your Team

4 Strategies for Making Your Company Irresistible to the Best Developers

The people you need don't need the job you're offering, so you have to get them to really want it.
Tx Zhuo
5 Questions That Reveal Whether a Job Candidate Is Startup Material
Inspiring Your Team

5 Questions That Reveal Whether a Job Candidate Is Startup Material

When hiring the team that will turn your dream into success, look for people who think corporate cubicles are too small.
Anna Johansson
Airbnb Is Going After the Exploding Market of Chinese Travelers
Airbnb

Airbnb Is Going After the Exploding Market of Chinese Travelers

The accommodations rental site says outbound travel from China on the platform has grown 700 percent in the past year.
Catherine Clifford
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