Ownership

Fess It, Then Fix it: Studying Mistakes Is How You Find Opportunities to Innovation.

Failure is an inevitable part of business. Publicly praise employees when they take ownership of the process.

Jason Forrest

· 4 min read

3 Ways to Encourage an Ownership Mindset in Your Employees

Your company grows by leaps when you get buy-in from team members and help them see their potential to lead from within.

Zech Newman

· 3 min read

3 Ways Doing Your Day Job Well Helps Launch Your Dream Business

Handling your 9-to-5 like a champ will improve the success rate of your startup.

Mike Taylor

· 6 min read

3 Steps That Will Empower Your Employees to Act Like CEOs

Your company is only as strong as the weakest link in your chain. So, make those links strong.

Omar Soliman

· 6 min read

Twinkies Maker Hostess to Go Public Under New Owner

Hostess Brands LLC, the maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs, said an affiliate of private equity firm Gores Group will buy the company in a $725 million deal and take it public.

Reuters

· 2 min read

How This Man Made the Leap From Artist to Entrepreneur

'The entrepreneurial spirit of defining, of iterating on a vision is what artists are fundamentally all about,' says Monegraph founder Kevin McCoy.

Jared Keller

· 6 min read

6 Ways to Build Healthy Competition at the Office

A CEO describes a strategy for building a friendly rivalry among team members to bring out a company's best.

Jason Spievak

· 5 min read

Build a Culture of Ownership at Your Company

Every startup has two types of employees. Here's the type your business needs.

Joel Basgall

· 5 min read

More Money, More Problems: The Down Side of a Mega Valuation

The bragging rights may be tempting, but achieving a jaw-dropping valuation for your company can cause problems down the line.

Sam Hogg

· 3 min read

6 Simple Strategies for Better Money Management

Consider this list a mental reset button on your financial psyche.

J.D. Roth

· 3 min read

How Being Both the Chief Executive and Chief Shareholder Doesn't Always Mix

Usually, it is best to be the boss and biggest shareholder. But there are three ways it could hurt your business.

Jay Turo

· 3 min read