I was horrified to learn this week that Wellsphere was bought by HealthCentral. My only consolation is the possibility that it was a fire sale and the founders made no money. Rumor has it that Wellsphere was shopping around for...
Twitter. Facebook. Digg. MySpace. LinkedIn. The list of social media tools could probably run on for paragraphs, and today’s technology changes so rapidly that many industries, including corporations and news media, can barely keep up.
Whether you plan to launch your own enterprise, expect to retire, or think you might be laid off, leaving corporate life can be a shock to the system. A career counselor recommends 10 steps to help you anticipate this seismic event.
Statistiques, veille, organisation de sa communauté, outils pour gagner des followers... Le JDN propose une sélection de 10 outils gratuits pour optimiser son compte et accroître son influence sur la plateforme de micro-blogging.
Being the CEO of a startup is one of the most challenging roles out there. Your job is to build a product customers love; recruit a team; find funding from customers, partners, or investors; and guide the overall prioritization of work.
In my experience the three most important components of the Start-up CEO’s role are:
Creating a product that solves a real customer need (and convincing customers to pay for it).Making sure your users and customers have an extremely positive emotional experience with your product.Recruiting a great team to build your product.
Yes, you’re also in charge of incorporating, finding a place to work, creating the foundations of your culture, hiring your first employees, setting up a bank account, creating a web site, finding early stage funding, and taking out the trash. You’re basically the Chief Everything Officer at this early stage.
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