Managing Change: Page 5
Startups are launched with boundless optimism but only succeed through unsentimental realism.
You need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable and leverage change for your success.
Whether in business or life, transitions can be challenging for even the most adventurous souls. Here are some effective ways to make the process smoother.
Sometimes, even the most trusted brands may find themselves in need of an extreme makeover.
To be adaptive is to forego the old and embrace the new, to learn and unlearn that which is no longer relevant and to do so faster than the competitor.
It's a fine line between staying focused and suffering monotony. Small changes, carefully chosen, can have big results.
Culture manifests in the willingness of employees to take initiative and how they interact with each other and with customers, all crucial to company success.
Success requires overcoming our natural tendency to protect what we have to focus on creating more of what we seek.
Growth is the goal of every startup but when it comes, it brings its own challenges.
Whether the transitions arise from external forces or strategic decisions, gathering input from your staffers can help lessen their negative reactions.
Here are some approaches to get back on track when you're well out of the gate, but the finish line is nowhere in sight.
Sometimes it makes sense to merge with your competition. Yael Cohen Braun and Julie Greenbaum didn't always think so, but they do now.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen tried to bring attention to the concept in 17 tweets. But perhaps entrepreneurs need a new rallying cry.
An executive coach breaks down into stages the daunting task of moving from familiar turf to taking action and tackling the unknown.