Protecting Your Personal Finances When Starting a Tech Business

Strategy Driven

However, there are many ways that you can help to both protect your business and your family at the same time when starting your tech company, and this guide will provide an FAQ to help you. Are you finally ready to build your dream of starting your own tech business?

How to Make Your Next 12 Months Your Best 12 Months

Kevin Eikenberry

Consulting Speaking Training Products KevinEikenberry.com About Blog Home Blogs I Like Leadership Learning Subscribe How to Make Your Next 12 Months Your Best 12 Months by Kevin Eikenberry on December 6, 2010 in Change , Personal Development , Products , Setting Goals , Video With 2011 just 26 days away, people are already starting to think about “Next Year.&# (Chicago Cub fans are perhaps the best at this – but they’ve had a lot of practice!). I figure it is better to get a jump everyone else. After all, why wait until the New Year to think about your goals and plans? Why not Start Today? That’s why we are offering our Start Today Learning System now – 26 days before the New Year – at a 26% discount. What’s in this System? I’m glad you asked. It includes: Start Today! 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Fulfilling Employee Needs – Ten Critical Issues for Leaders to.

The Recovering Engineer

While innovative, it was sad.

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Launch Your Next Sales Surge: 20 Tips to Improve Sales Performance

The Kini Group

They encourage innovation and productivity without resorting to micromanagement. The best and most efficient way to help your customers along is through resources such as ebooks, user guides, FAQ documents, and videos. Sales professionals have a tough job.

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Managing Across Generations: Leadership Coaching Success Story

Mike Cardus

The agency, while successful, has grown stagnant ; Sharon is not receiving new ideas nor innovations for the future. Leadership Coaching & Development Case Study from the Exponent Leadership Process. “I I am finding it challenging aligning and getting the best out of my staff.

How to Draw Traffic to Your Website

Strategy Driven

An excellent place to start if you’re thinking about upping your content output is to post an FAQ-style list of questions and answers.

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Will 3-D Printing Cause Traditional Manufacturing to Collapse?

Harvard Business Review

A documentation network will help service this market with product reviews, FAQs, easter eggs , and hacks, dividing the new product landscape between producers and support services. Innovation Manufacturing Product development Research How accurately can we anticipate the future given today’s emerging technologies? Take 3-D printing.

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The Scale of the Climate Catastrophe Will Depend on What Businesses Do Over the Next Decade

Harvard Business Review

The scientists put out a helpful document with FAQs , but in short, the primary takeaways are these: While the world has already warmed 1.0°C Shana Novak/Getty Images. This week brought some sobering news on the near future of our planet and species.

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How to Strengthen Your Reputation as an Employer

Harvard Business Review

For example, McDonald’s has an online FAQ about how the company’s food products are made, while Southwest’s Transfarency initiative aims to give customers a clearer picture of the total fare they will pay, with no unexpected fees. Imagine, for example, being promised a culture of innovation only to have every new idea you put forward dismissed. Juj Winn/Getty Images.

Build a ‘Quick and Nimble’ Culture

Harvard Business Review

This month he’s publishing his second book based on the interviews: “Quick and Nimble: Lessons from Leading CEOs on How to Create a Culture of Innovation.” One cultural tool you describe in the book is bosses who provide a “user manual” to their quirks—sort of an FAQ to how to deal with them.

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Sell Your Product Before It Exists

Harvard Business Review

In addition to the benefits of an MVP strategy, Coin’s strategy allowed them to mitigate our internal bias against innovative new ideas. Especially when selling a device that stores sensitive information, this bias is a major hurdle to product adoption, and Coin went to great lengths to attempt to put consumers at ease (including a 75-question FAQ on their website). There’s crowdfunding and then there’s crowdfunding.

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What to Do When Your To-Do List Is Holding Up Your Team

Harvard Business Review

Tara was a talented senior editor known for her innovative ideas and quality work. Here is a guide/FAQ that might help.” Recently, however, she’d become the team bottleneck: Tasks went into her office and never came out. After three warnings she was put on probation.

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