Croft Edwards makes his long-awaited return to blogging to further explain what ‘flow’ is in the leadership context.
We often come at these discussions from a place that the execution-level of a company (rank and files and middle managers) can’t see.
What professional targets are you looking to hit?
Most freelancers don’t love LinkedIn as they build a small business — it takes too long to get responses and it’s hard to ‘bid’ or ‘price’ gig work. But … LinkedIn is about to change all that.
You’re going to yelp “Education!” first, but that’s not entirely true.
OK, OK — there’s no such thing as a perfect employee. That’s probably true. But if you want to design a really good one, there are a couple of things to take into account — or so says Cushman Wakefield CIO Adam Stanley.
Your company, with its collection of talented contributors, could be good at all sorts of stuff – way, way more than any business should ever try to take on. Don’t get sucked in by the unlimited possibilities. Instead, Do Less Better, as John Bell puts it in his must-read book. Think about it this way: […]
You may have conducted a handful of experiments with a select group of employees and achieved promising results for a potential employee advocacy program. But you’re not sure where you go from there. How do you implement this exciting program you have been researching, analysing and experimenting? Success comes down to culture. It was Alli Soule’s job title that caught my […]
Last time in Founder & CEO we discussed where you should start your business: not geographically, but mentally. What questions should you ask yourself and answer first? In the lean startup movement, it all starts with the customer: What do they need from you? That’s pretty brilliant. Even more brilliant? You start your company not […]
Steve Jobs was a visionary in technology and quite possibly the best marketer who ever lived. He built Apple to be one of the most valuable and powerful companies in the world. Of all Steve Job’s wonderful speeches and product launches, though, there is only one that really resonates with me: his 2005 Commencement Address at […]