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Seeking Silver Bullets Sets Up Companies to Fail

Drop the quick fix mentality and adopt this one simple system to minimize mistakes and ensure success.

Walter Chen

The 5 Biggest Challenges Our Startup Culture Must Overcome

Funding is going disproportionately to the biggest, best established businesses. We have to change that.

Jayson DeMers

How This Entrepreneur's Staff Saved His Business...and His Life

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.

6 Ways to Keep Your Startup Agile While Growing

The culture that fuels startup growth is often lost when the company gets big, but it is not inevitable.

John Rampton

How Stock Options Can Help Your Startup Attract and Retain Top Talent

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.

David Stack

8 Ways Holiday Movies Prepare Us for Office Soirees

Don't let the Ghost of Holiday Parties Past haunt you and your professional reputation -- forever.

Amy Glaser

How Does Company Culture Actually Lead to Success?

Consider Google's simple mission statement which says, 'Don't be evil.'

Jayson DeMers

Unhealthy Culture? Now, What?

Here are eight strategies to consider, such as the recognition that free lunches and ping-pong alone won't turn things around.

Marty Fukuda

4 Quotes From the Startup Trenches That Will Inspire You to Build an Amazing Culture

Successful startup founders weigh in with tips on how a strong culture builds a company that lasts.

Walter Chen

5 Bad Leadership Habits That Undercut Your Team's Productivity

The employee you have to keep the closest eye on is yourself.

Larry Alton

You Must Blend These 5 Ingredients Perfectly for Startup Success

New businesses are affected by so many unpredictable variables that it's amazing anyone ever gets it right.

Anna Johansson

Change the Rules! Why Employer-Employee Friendships Work.

A CEO offers three ways in which bridging the gap between manager and friend has helped his company succeed.

Asher Raphael