Expert etiquette tips for doing business in China USA TODAY China has since begun to loosen the single-child rule, but Margolis of Coppell, Texas, and many other business travelers who have made an etiquette mistake in China may forever recall...
How come that upper middle managers and entrepreneurs look at things in different ways? The answer lies partly in their personality types. It is known that certain personality types work better in certain situations than other.
Hierarchies must lead the charge to replace themselves with heterarchies or responsible autonomy.
In politics the world has largely abandoned hierarchy for democracy. In family life, hierarchical patriarchy is no longer acceptable. In the book, The Three Ways of Getting Things Done (2005), the late Gerard Fairtlough asks: when will organizations get with it and abandon the practice of making key decisions based on authority rather than competence?
Hierarchy, it says, is not just a bad habit: it’s an addiction.
I couldn't agree more. "transitioning an established offline reputation to an online presence is critical." and "finding you should be as simple as the click of a mouse." Social is only one piece of this though.
Two examples of companies who have got it spectacularly right are Apple and Google. The former’s reputation – fostered by the visionary genius of Steve Jobs – for an obsessive dedication to building cool products is a compelling one.
What if you are a regular business owner who didn’t re invent the wheel or discover a new strand of DNA? What if your ambitions don’t include world domination, just a good life for you and your family?
A startup in the development stage needs to hire a very different type of person than does a growth company aiming for maturity. Here's how to match your next hire to your company's unique stage in the business life cycle.
Can Good Leadership Skills Be a Bad Thing? GovExec.com The end of the year is a great time for reflection. Many leaders and managers are taking some time to make plans and resolutions for how they want to change over the next year.
A publishing company has discovered that one of its well-known authors has plagiarized. The publisher has pulled the title. But does the publisher’s responsibility end there? Does one disclose the transgression to the public?
One of the great things about running a startup is that you can do it from pretty much wherever you want. With no boss telling you what to do or where to do it you have the ability to pick and choose, based on your company's needs.
Technology Zimbabwe This is how entrepreneurs from around the world rank their country's startup ... VentureBeat A great idea and technical expertise will only get you so far with a startup if your government doesn't support entrepreneurship.
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