Today’s startup world is focused on success. Lessons are drawn by studying the accomplishments of Silicon Valley titans. Pitch decks are crafted to mimic those of Google, Amazon and others. A recipe for success? Perhaps. Yet, I would argue that more can be learned from entrepreneurial miscues and, yes, even failures. My blogs here have that predisposition. Successes are still interesting . . . but failures can be fascinating.
Bartering has been around for many thousands of years. It still has a place in the modern world, particularly during these cash constrained times.
Industry trade shows were an anachronism before Covid-19. Few will miss them should they finally go the way of the dinosaur
The men’s business suit died the other day. Another anonymous victim of the global pandemic. Yes, the business suit is dead, long live the shirt.
150 is often referred to as the Dunbar number. It is considered the optimal size for organizations and teams. Managers would do well to keep it in mind.
Business success and employee happiness are related. So, why do so many famous CEOs focus exclusively on shareholder value?
Coming to a workplace near you: Wearable sensors. This technology promises to increase worker productivity and job satisfaction. One out of two isn’t bad.