Like every startup entrepreneur, Rodney Nelson needed a great website. Woolly Pocket, the company he was building with his brother, Miguel, aimed to sell its cleverly designed, eco-friendly wall planters
It is commonly suggested that to increase your brand presence, you need to be active on all forms of social media. While that may be true, unless your company has a dedicated social media coordinator,
How you and your team present yourselves when communicating by e-mail says a lot about the quality of business you're running. Based on the variety of e-mail approaches I've seen, many small business are
As a small business owner wearing many hats, it's important to take a step back, look at the big picture and continuously work on your business rather than in you business. Working in your business means
LinkedIn has grown to be one of the most popular social media sites for business professionals to make connections and build their network. At times though, it can seem like only big businesses or recruiters
As entrepreneurs, our personal happiness, the way we listen to and react to our staff, and the way we shape our own role at work all have profound effects on our companies, and ultimately, on how they
This is the latest entry in a series called Who Owns That? We've asked readers on our LinkedIn group to identify their favourite small businesses from across Canada, and we track down the owners so they
This column is part of Globe Careers' new Leadership Lab series, where executives and leadership experts share their views and advice about the leadership and management issues of today. There will be
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Pinterest and online shopping -- it's a match made in retail heaven. But Nordstrom is trying to bridge the gap between online shopping and the in-store shopping experience by bringing Pinterest to life.
Reward employees with time to think, while providing them with the structure they need. Every organization is designed to get the results it gets. Poor performance comes from a poorly designed organization.