Recently asked how to differentiate good from great, Rana Florida in learning from the greats, identifies her top ten ways to go from good to great.
The bigger an industry grows, the more need for disruption it seems. Fast and nimble, flexible and innovative, don’t work in bureaucracies that are bogged down with rigid processes and procedures, and where the customer always seems to come last. I can think of any number of industries that are ripe for disruption. Here are five of the softest and juiciest targets.
Future presidents and CEOs are more alike than you’d think. Use these leadership secrets from contenders for the biggest startup of all, America.
So much energy and space goes to waste after quitting time. 10 unconventional ideas for putting your office’s off hours to use.
The world’s most innovative and creative organizations should be dreaming up new ways to establish a better work-life balance for all their employees. Instead of holding out a carrot on a stick for would-be mothers, they should be establishing best practices to keep them engaged, productive, and excited about work while they raise their families.
About 500,000 new U.S. companies are launched every month with over 11 million entrepreneurs. But how many are successful under the age of 10? Well, you’ve heard the saying “It’s never too late.” but for this trio of kidpreneurs, “It’s never too early!”
Most people think a Great Idea — a breakthrough discovery, a killer app — will make them wealthy beyond their dreams. But successful entrepreneurs know that Great Ideas are a dime a dozen. True success lies in the execution. Given the choice between a great idea and a limited execution team or a mediocre idea and a brilliant execution team, most great business leaders would choose the latter.
The notion of failing forward is key to success. From every failure lessons are learned, things are tweaked and fine-tuned.