By Dr. Ray Benedetto and Tom Walter What are you going to do to make your company better in 2013? Shooting for financial targets is hardly enough. Chasing financial goals is futile if the company lacks the human talent necessary to achieve such goals. In brief, making any company better depends on how leaders retain […]
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By Hannah Marr Google Plus, also known as Google+ or simply G+, is the search giant Google’s very own social network. If you’ve heard of it, you may not have one; if you have one, you may not even use it. Despite being a little over a year old, Google+ has not yet reached the […]
The Case For Collaborative Consumption In her talk, Rachel Botsman says we’re “wired to share” — and shows how websites like Zipcar and Swaptree are changing the rules of human behavior.
When New York’s Hyatt 48 Lex recently offered club memberships to nonguests who could use the hotel’s lounge, boardrooms and other public facilities for a monthly fee, management probably didn’t expect one of the hotel’s boardrooms to double as a fashion runway. But this is Manhattan. “One of our members is a bridal dress designer,” […]
Onlinemba.com has put together 12 startup culture secrets that any small business can implement. Check them out at: http://www.onlinemba.com/blog/12-startup-culture-secrets-everyone-can-learn-from/
A fun, visual history of Nintendo: http://www.mbaonline.com/nintendo/
It is incumbent on business executives to stay ahead of the social media curve in order to compete efficiently in their respective industries. However, when you consider where social media was just five years ago, it is impossible to imagine where it will be by 2020. This can be daunting for CEOs and other top […]
Time to Reinvent Yourself? How to Re-Strategize for 2013 By: Dr. R. Kay Green Have you met your strategic goals for 2012? 2011? 2010? Have you experienced Recession, Bankruptcy, or Downsizing? With 2012 now behind us, planning personal and professional goals for 2013 has become a priority for people in business and entrepreneurship. The fourth […]
This year, year-end planning poses a bigger challenge than ever before. The fate of many tax incentives taxpayers have grown accustomed to over recent years will likely be unknown until Congress and the Administration come to a decision next month. With the prospect of higher taxes in 2013, individuals need to make an effort to […]
By Jerome Byers, head of Citibank Small Business Bustling holiday shoppers are a welcome sign to small business owners across the country and they’re also a signal to start thinking about resolutions for the New Year. To pick a resolution that will pack your shop or increase orders all year through, it’s most effective to […]
As you enjoy the holiday season, we’re sure you are making notes to get your business up and running in 2013, or if you already have a small business, we know you are looking for keys to make it even more fortified. Check out this interesting infographic from Bolt Insurance on small business funding: http://info.boltinsurance.com/small-business-funding-infographic/
What We Can Learn From Ants About Organization With a dusty backhoe, a handful of Japanese paint markers and a few students in tow, Deborah Gordon digs up ant colonies in the Arizona desert to understand their complex social system. Over the course of years spent sucking insects from their nests, color-coding their abdomens with […]