Dylan Goodwin

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Special Report: The Distributed Content Conundrum

Exclusive Research on the Opportunities & Threats of Distributed Content for Publishers<p>Publishing and media companies are facing a shifting landscape …

Media Industry

Schleck Solos to Victory; Rodriguez Into Red; Battle Looming

Trek Factory Racing's Frank Schleck broke out of his years-long slump to score a fine solo stage victory at the Vuelta a España today, outpacing …

Road Cycling

The Formula for Success, and How to Actually Use it

Here's a solution that can clear the confusion and get you back on the path to success.<p>We've all been there: You're sitting at your desk reflecting, finding yourself frustrated with the lack of results you're getting in your business. You reach the conclusion that you're either working too hard and …

How to Wake Up Your Remote Employees During Conference Calls | Inc.com

You probably will never know what your remote employees are really doing while you host your weekly conference call. Based on recent research, you probably don't want to know either.<p>InterCall, a conference call company used by 85 percent of Fortune 100 firms, recently completed a study of 530 …

Basecamp or Bust: Why 37signals Decided to Focus on Just One Product | Inc.com

A few months ago, I got into a heated debate with my business partner, David Heinemeier Hansson. We were discussing ambitious plans for new products and updates to existing products. I argued that we would need more people. He said he didn't want to run a company with 60-plus people, which is what …

How Executives Waste the Most Time: Crisis Management, Pep Talks, Networking | Inc.com

A survey from McKinsey & Co. finds that only 9 percent of executives are "satisfied" with the way they spend their time.<p>The others? They fall into four time-management categories: crisis managers, cheerleaders, online junkies, and schmoozers. In each case, their predilections and comfort zones have …

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