Donghwan Lim

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Uber Is Finally Realizing HR Isn’t Just for Recruiting

Susan Fowler, a former site reliability engineer at Uber, recently wrote about her “very, very strange year at Uber,” characterized by a pervasive culture of alleged sexual harassment. The dispatch included disturbing and potentially illegal managerial activities, such as Fowler’s boss telling her …

Human Resources

How to Build a Marketing Campaign that Appeals to Generation Z

Technology enables brands to connect with audiences on a personal level cost effectively, at incredible scale. Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat all …

How Domino’s Pizza Reinvented Itself

I spent the last 18 months researching and writing a book on how organizations and leaders can do extraordinary things, even if they operate in pretty ordinary fields. You don’t have to be a programmer in Silicon Valley or a gene splicer in biotech to unleash exciting innovations and create huge …

Ann Arbor

How to Manage Your Emotions Without Fighting Them

We often hear tips and tricks for helping us to “control” our emotions, but that’s the wrong idea: strong emotions aren’t bad, and they don’t need to be pushed down or controlled; they are, in fact, data. Our emotions evolved as a signaling system, a way to help us communicate with each other and …

Self-help

If You Want To Innovate, Learn These 9 Rules

On December 9th, 1968, a research project funded by the US Department of Defense launched a revolution. The focus was not a Cold War adversary or even a resource rich banana republic, but rather to “augment human intellect” and the man driving it was not a general, but a mild mannered engineer …

Innovation

6 Predictions About Digital Marketing In 2016

It’s that time of year again. A time to reflect on the state of online marketing over the past year and a time to figure out how to score big marketing wins over the year to come. Since every new year brings new marketing challenges, we can use these predictions to help build forward-thinking …

Marketing

How To Build Trust, Even With Your Enemies

Everybody likes to operate in an environment of trust. When you deal with people you trust, things get done faster, stress is reduced and new opportunities open up. As E.M. Forster once wrote, “One must be fond of people and trust them if one is not to make a mess of life.”<p>And many businesses are …

A digital marketing CEO explains why he left his 9 to 5 to start his own business

For me being an entrepreneur is built in, I don't have to learn how to be one, I just am one to the core. My mother recently told me that my sister is looking for an apartment but can't afford one in a certain area.<p>I told her to have her rent one in a place where she can afford it and AirBnB it …

How To Prepare For The Entrepreneur Life You Want

One of the simplest questions I get from aspiring entrepreneurs, and ironically one of the hardest, is “How do I start?” I want to tell them to just start anywhere, but I realize that most have no idea where anywhere is. They just aren’t prepared for the life they want, and are really asking me how …

Ten Interview Questions To Ask Your Next Boss

The best questions you’ll ask your next boss at a job interview will be the questions that spring directly from the conversation. Here’s an example:<p>MANAGER: So, you’ve done some online catalog development before, I see. Tell me about your experience.<p>YOU: Sure. I worked on the online catalog for …

4 Keys To A Sustainable Content Marketing Strategy

Positioning an agency as a genuine thought leader in any competitive industry (and nowadays they are ALL competitive) carries the inherent challenge of building an enduring content strategy. The ability to remain in touch with the progression of marketing technology, and to capture it effectively …

What the Media Industry Can Teach Us About Digital Business Models

It has been a great 20 years for U.S. media innovators, with hundreds of billions of dollars created by companies that are helping democratize content production and distribution while developing new ways to connect advertisers and customers. Google and its disruptive advertising model leads the …

Innovation

How Pinterest’s Buy Buttons Can Change e-Commerce

Courtesy of Pinterest<p>Will buyable pins turn Pinterest into the web’s new shopping mecca? That’s the question marketing and e-commerce professionals need to answer now that Pinterest has announced it will soon offer “Buy” buttons to let users buy products directly within its app. And while there are …

eCommerce

What I Learned from Warren Buffett

W<i>arren Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist,</i> Roger Lowenstein (New York: Random House, 1995).<p>Roger Lowenstein begins his new biography of Warren Buffett with a disclaimer. He reveals that he is a longtime investor in Berkshire Hathaway, the company that under Buffett’s guidance has seen …

Investing

18 mistakes that kill startups (Infographic)

The first infographic seems popular so here’s another one for the community. (Keep the upvotes and comments coming, folks!). Source and huge credits …

How to Give a Killer Presentation

A little more than a year ago, on a trip to Nairobi, Kenya, some colleagues and I met a 12-year-old Masai boy named Richard Turere, who told us a fascinating story. His family raises livestock on the edge of a vast national park, and one of the biggest challenges is protecting the animals from …

The Next Billion Dollar Startups

Startups that jump out to billion-dollar valuations are so rare they've come to be known as unicorns. We at FORBES, in cooperation with TrueBridge Capital Partners,* went hunting for the next wave of startups that are flying under the radar but getting ready to pop. We surveyed venture firms for …

Startups, prioritize growth (but not at the expense of profitability)

Should burgeoning companies focus on growth or profitability? This classic, critical question continues to challenge entrepreneurs and investors alike.<p>Since growth is such an important factor in determining the value of a business, one of the most important goals for private equity investors and …

Get Your Passion Project Moving Without Quitting Your Day Job

You’ve finally figured out what you want to do with your life — start a company, launch a website, design an app, or found a nonprofit. The only problem is that you can’t afford to quit your job (and lose your benefits) in order to pursue it fulltime. So, where should you start? What’s the best way …

Employment

3 Questions to Get the Most Out of Your Company’s Data

Our world is sentient. Websites watch where we look. Mobile applications keep track of our response times. Companies learn which buttons we like to press and which we don’t. With cameras, microphones, and thermometers, the human race is giving inanimate objects everywhere eyes, ears, and skin. And …

General Electric

Ad Age's Top 15 Campaigns Of The 21st Century: Has The Advertising Industry Become Divergent?

Advertising Age, the canon of the $500 billion advertising industry, has announced the Top Campaigns of the 21st Century. Some might think it curious that they are making this announcement when we are but 15% into the new century, but there are reasons for it.<p>First, so much change has happened in …

How To Make Your Marketing Memorable, But Still Affordable

You quit your day job, raised a bit of money, pulled too many all-nighters fueled by Seamless deliveries and double espresso shots, and are now (finally) ready to birth your startup baby. But how do you get the word out?<p>It’s a crowded universe out there. And I don’t just mean your many competitors– …

Advertisers Are Moving Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars Away From TV

Several brands and advertising agencies — including Omnicom and Mondelez—have been speaking up in recent weeks about the emerging shift from TV advertising to digital media, but now here's some quantifiable evidence that shift is real and already happening.<p>The report shows that advertisers spent 6% …

4 Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching To Venture Capitalists

We see a number of seed stage companies each month and often see entrepreneurs fail to address essential pitch elements. Following are the four most common mistakes that entrepreneurs make when pitching to a VC.<p><b>1. Describing everything but the problem being solved</b><p>One of the most important starting …

Online Shopping Isn’t as Profitable as You Think

When I argue that e-commerce isn’t likely to destroy innovative omnichannel retailers, I typically receive passionate responses. Am I really suggesting that the growth of e-commerce will slow before it annihilates most physical retailing? And how could I possibly argue that the economics of …

Why Marketers Want to Make You Cry

“Hey – Dad? You want to have a catch?”<p>Every time I watch <i>Field of Dreams</i>, there’s one scene that gets me. When Kevin Costner’s character asks his ghost father to throw a ball around, I – and a lot of other guys my age – dissolve.<p>Chances are, the stories that stay with you also make you cry – or …

What It's Really Like To Deliver A TEDx Talk

I had never spoken in front of more than 200 people, but on May 31st, 2014 I walked out on a stage in Hong Kong, stood in a red circle of carpet in front of 1,000 people, and delivered my first talk at a TEDx event. I couldn’t see the crowd due to the lights in my eyes, but I knew they were there. …

A Reality Check for Anyone Eager to Work for a Startup

4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>About a year ago, the company I was president of, TrainSignal, was acquired. Since then people having been reaching out to me asking for advice regarding a career change. Everyone from accountants and real estate agents to …

Startups

The Top 5 Mistakes People Make When Starting a Business

3 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 50 percent of all small businesses fail within the first five years. About 30 percent survive only two years.<p>If you want to be on the positive side of those numbers, there’s a lot of …

Small Business

The Hottest Startups Of 2013

It can be difficult to measure the impact of a startup; trickier still is defining the term. With the help of expert judges, we have brought together a list of nine U.S.-based startups that made an impact this year. Meet the new, innovative companies shaking up their sector’s norms.