Work isn’t always a good time. That’s why we’ve got to celebrate when we can. You may “woohoo” at your own discretion.
Who’s your inspiration? For these 12 young entrepreneurs, the answers include Mark Zuckerberg, Tony Hsieh, and a couple lesser-known founders you’ll want to pay attention to in the future.
British soccer–or football, whatever you call it–hasn’t won Olympic gold in a century. To turn the team around, head coach Stuart Pearce has stuck to four guiding leadership principles that any business would do well to emulate.
They kill ideas and keep many promising entrepreneurs from realizing their dreams. Here’s how to put a stop to those nagging fears.
Strange weekend for the New York Knicks. It left newly signed point guard Jason Kidd’s Cadillac Escalade dented on a roadside near the Southampton (N.Y.) telephone pole he collided with before being arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated. And it left the Knicks with a very sticky decision about the fate of their other point guard, Jeremy Lin.
Chicago’s dilemma mirrors a type of difficult decision many companies have faced. When a long-term improvement project or overhaul is needed that will inevitably impact a company’s operations, how do managers decide whether to shut down completely to expedite the change, or to maintain some level of operations in hopes of appeasing the apple cart?