We asked nine company founders what unexpected things they found themselves needing lawyers for in the early stages of their startups. Here’s what they had to say.
Not all people learn the same way. Neither do your employees. In order to run the best company possible, it’s important to understand how your employees learn and work.
Just because an employee has been around for awhile doesn’t mean they’re delivering the same results as before, or that they’re a match for where your company’s headed as it grows.
It may seem like everyone is a proponent of crowdfunding now, but sometimes, it’s actually not the best option for your business. Turns out asking a large group of strangers for funding isn’t all it’s cracked up to be—depending on your business, of course. We asked a panel of nine entrepreneurs the following question: What’s one good reason [...]
Companies like Facebook and Google are known for the extraordinary benefits they offer employees. Although you may not have that kind of budget, you can get just as creative—for less.
Coming up with great ideas is easy. It’s putting those ideas into action that’s difficult.
Flextime options and casual dress in the workplace are hallmarks of modern business—or are they? I asked ten new and successful entrepreneurs for their take.
Having long-term vision is one of the keys to good leadership, and necessary for any successful business. With long-term visions come long-term projects—and the longer-term the project, the harder it is to manage your team’s progress towards completing it.
A good partnership deal can take your business to the next level, and no business is too new or too small to start looking towards the future and considering potential partnerships.
After logging a few long days and working hard, your employees can start to lose their juice. How do you keep your employees motivated when there’s a big project or deadline?