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Based on thought leader Stan Slap's much anticipated second book, Stan delivers a story filled, high content presentation on how employee cultures work and how to work it. If your ...
Data chores -- gathering, cleaning, and sorting -- can be done by an outside firm, so your employees can turn their attention to analytics.
Halt and Catch Fire tells the story of an unlikely trio of engineers trying to reverse engineer an IBM computer and change the course of the PC industry.
To make a successful go at the startup life, you need the right mindset and environment. Here are five signs that entrepreneurship isn't for you.
Facing failure as an entrepreneur can be devastating. Here are four factors that can help you figure out if you should close the casket on your startup.
Train employees how to use mobile devices. Don't equate an interface ripe with cute controls and snappy colors as a substitute for good interface, process design and training.
For some it's tough to let an employee go, even when the signs are obvious. If you see these behaviors, prepare to make a personnel move.
Everyone makes mistakes. But it seems that everyone is also obsessed with making sure no one knows about them. Maybe it's time to take responsibility and earn respect.
Here's a question that most IT pros won't think to ask in an interview, yet it could be the difference between a good work experience and a bad one.
Jack Wallen takes a look at MyCarTracks, an easy-to-use solution for tracking employees and vehicles.