News and Articles About Startup Culture
Realize that your vibe as founder sets a tone, and that every action, inaction and interaction builds that out until it becomes your corporate culture.
Nurturing an enjoyable environment helps retain your best team members and removes a lot of stress.
Our Nikes represent the journeys that brought us all together and the meaningful work that unites us.
Dogs in the office, kegs and ping-pong tables are no longer as cool as they once were. So, how about a brand new model?
The most significant multitasking talent you need in a startup is knowing how to dream big while pinching pennies.
Top Company Cultures
Entrepreneur, along with CultureIQ, is excited to announce our second-annual Top Company Cultures list, a ranking of high-performance cultures. Apply now.
Ready To Launch
Drop the quick fix mentality and adopt this one simple system to minimize mistakes and ensure success.
Funding is going disproportionately to the biggest, best established businesses. We have to change that.
Radicals & Visionaries
The collapse of a business taught one founder that the character of the people he hired mattered more than their skills when the crunch came.
The culture that fuels startup growth is often lost when the company gets big, but it is not inevitable.
Partial owners of a company have a vested interest not only in their own performance but in the long-term success of the whole company.
Don't let the Ghost of Holiday Parties Past haunt you and your professional reputation -- forever.
Consider Google's simple mission statement which says, 'Don't be evil.'
Here are eight strategies to consider, such as the recognition that free lunches and ping-pong alone won't turn things around.