Right now venture investment is falling and the tech market is cooling. Startup founders are thinking more about survival than an exit.
After two years of hastily throwing a business jacket over a T-shirt and sweatpants while letting people into our homes during the Covid-19 pandemic, our tolerance for conformity — and discomfort — has changed.
In this article, we examine three categories of detrimental behaviors that are becoming more common among entrepreneurs as they face mounting stresses over their funding and the health of their businesses.
Recognizing employees for the good work they do is a critical leadership skill – and has an impact on morale, productivity, performance, retention, and even customer satisfaction.
What should you do if you’re managing an underperforming team and receive a problematic performance review?
Many companies today fail to see the threats and opportunities that new digital technologies represent.
We’re familiar with diversity, equality, and inclusion but rarely is it discussed in the context of cognitive diversity.
Leaders everywhere are desperate for new insights, new products, new sources of energy and creativity.
In this article, the author shares behaviors that leaders might not realize shut down dissenting perspectives and offers guidance about what to do instead.
This piece identifies what companies should focus on in their attempt to retain key talent: make the work itself more interesting, link the individual’s work to the mission, and build learning into that work.
Employees’ perception of fairness relates more to their day-to-day experiences — and these perceptions have a significant business impact.
Partnerships are especially important in the tech sector, which moves fast with innovation as its fuel.
If you look under the hood of most company’s data strategy — if they have one, that is — you’ll find that most data is woefully unmanaged.
It’s not uncommon to spend too much time and effort working on the wrong things.
The demise of Honest Tea shows how even a successful mission-based brand can fall apart.
A key topic in fintech today is valuations and funding. Growth at all costs may have been rewarded in the go-go days of 2021.
What should fintech (and all) startups do now?
Supercharge your small business with these 10 simple and low-cost (if not free) tips and tools that are a must-have for small businesses in 2022.
Organizations must identify the IT skills needed to drive the next wave of digital innovation.
A Malaysia-based telecommunications conglomerate created a promising new business by using APIs to allow small businesses to use its technology assets to create over 90,000 services.
If digital transformation is supposed to be meaningful and lasting, companies must think about changes in products and processes more than changes in technology.
There will always be short-term distractions. Here’s how to stay focused.
Getting bogged down in the details taught me how to find the big picture.
Three priorities to help lay the groundwork for success.
You’ll go bald. You’ll get heart disease. Everyone has a similar opinion on stress. It’s not only overwhelming; it’s ironically stressful.