News and Articles About Pivoting
Instead of abandoning a venture, use what you have learned to create something better.
Remember: a pivot can be a good thing. Just ask Twitter, Groupon and Nintendo.
Whether it's like climbing a mountain or turning an ocean liner, your leadership is what makes it happen.
Three key factors carried the company through the pivot process in order to slay the dragon.
When it comes to refocusing your business, you need to be smart about changing course.
Afraid that not enough mourners will show up at your funeral? There's an entrepreneur for that..
Change is inevitable, so why not choose to pivot so you can grow your business in the direction you want?
Twitter and Tick are two famous examples of companies that took an opportunity to follow another path.
The company was originally going to be a dating site. Good thing co-founders Steve Chen, Jawed Karim and Chad Hurley listened to what their users had to say.
When you're the front 'man' and rainmaker of a small business, the happiest news in the world comes with a generous side of 'holy crap!'
Closing a Business
The paradox of entrepreneurship is that you must never quit and you must know when to embrace failure.
A company that stays the course without looking for new opportunities risks failure.
After 30 years, a savvy business owner switched tactics, and things are going along swimmingly.
The Dutch navigation company's automotive division has won big contracts in recent months, prompting analyst upgrades and a 40 percent surge in its shares.