By Bob Shenefelt, an EO Detroit and CEO of RCS International. Boredom. It can strike employees and entire companies if you’re not looking. I’ve been there, and I can tell you that where there’s a bored or stagnated company, chances are the company culture bears no resemblance to the entrepreneurial spirit that created it.
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By Danny Cahill, the author of HARPER’S RULES: A Recruiter’s Guide to Finding a Dream Job and the Right Relationship. Conventional wisdom says you don’t hire recent college grads. They “don’t even know what they don’t know” is the lament. I know. I love that! You hire the guy/woman who “knows everything,” and I’ll take… Read more »
By Razor Suleman, founder and CEO of I Love Rewards, a Web-based employee rewards and recognition program provider and one of Canada’s fastest-growing companies. Every entrepreneur reaches the point when they realize that no man (or woman) is truly an island. I have found that having the right people in the right place is essential… Read more »
By Lisa Nirell, a strategic growth and marketing expert, and the Chief Energy Officer of EnergizeGrowth®. As you start the second quarter of 2011, your growth plan and marketing activities are well underway. How will you keep them fresh and relevant? india cheap viagra Launching and implementing your growth plan entails risks. Plans often expose underlying… Read more »
By Jeffrey K. Liker and Timothy N. Ogden, authors of Toyota Under Fire: Lessons for Turning Crisis into Opportunity Can entrepreneurs today learn anything from a giant global manufacturing company? Particularly one that has faced withering criticism for losing its way and endangering customers, lost US$4 billion in a single year recently and slipped from its… Read more »