New Ideas

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Rallying Employees to Embrace New Management Practices

Management and workforce often approach new ideas from opposite directions. What distinguishes good managers is getting everybody on-board of their own volition, while walking the talk themselves.

Should Entrepreneurs Start With a Reputation or an Idea?

Zuckerberg was an idea guy; Musk built his enterprises on his reputation. Which category describes you?

Why It's Best Not to Tell Friends and Family Your Business Ideas

Your concerned loved ones will usually be the most critical of your bold new ideas, but that doesn't mean you have to listen to them.

These Entrepreneurs Braved New Frontiers in Franchising and Found Success

Starting a concept from square one isn't easy. But being first to market can put you one step closer to becoming the next big thing.

How One Franchisee's Product Idea Ended Up in All Locations

Tropical Smoothie Cafe franchisee Brad Shellen proves that, in franchising, creativity counts.

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