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Management

Limor Fried

Limor Fried of Adafruit: Your Cause Should Be the Engine That Drives Your Company Forward

The founder and CEO of the engineering kits manufacturer says that the company's goal of inspiring future makers makes 'management so easy.'
Entrepreneurship

Les McKeown on Surviving Your 'Whitewater' Period

Companies tend to hum along and then, suddenly, everything goes wrong. Handling that period is key.
Entrepreneurship

Les McKeown on How to Make Your Business a Predictable Success

There comes a period where business goes from fun to whitewater. That's the time to take your company to the next level.
Leadership

Are You a Manager or a Leader? Here's How to Tell the Difference.

Traits of a great leader are a world away from those of a good manager.
Success

Success Is Its Own Worst Enemy

When entrepreneurs are successful at one thing, they inevitably assume they can replicate that success again and again … until they can't.
Entrepreneurship

15 Business Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know

Behind every failed company are dysfunctional, delusional, or incompetent business leaders. Don't be one of them.
Time Management

The 3 Ways to Split Your Time to Grow Your Business

Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer says you have to find the right mix if you're going to find personal and professional success.
Management Style

Why Every Company Needs a Dream Manager

Your employees dream that you care about and help foster their personal ambitions. Make their dreams reality.
Tinder

It's Time for Sean Rad to Leave Tinder. For Good.

Sean Rad is a skilled entrepreneur and visionary, but he has proven too often he isn't right for a larger, high-profile role.
Problem Employees

How to Transform Difficult Employees Into Team Players

The suck-up. The gossip. The underachiever. Every office has one or all of these types. Here are ways to turn them around.
Managing Employees

From Ordinary to Awesome Employee-Manager One-to-One's

Five tips for making meetings the employee-engagement tools they should be.
Culture

How Innovative Companies Push the Limits and Accomplish the Impossible

It takes a village with a unique culture to build innovative products. And that's all great companies are: villages with cultures all their own.
Thought Leaders

6 Reasons Why 'My Way or the Highway' Management Doesn't Work Anymore

You're not handing over the reins of your company if you let thought leaders grown within the ranks -- and let yourself grow from their ideas.
Leadership

How Leaders, in Politics and Business, Use Influence Instead of Power

True leaders understand the limitations inherent in power and choose to view their role as one of influence.
Management Style

Be a Team-First Manager and Watch Your Customer Service Soar

Team-centric organizations will inevitably become customer-centric as well.