Is your business too complicated? After reading a ultra-high-growth, successful business for three years I noticed a disturbing trend creeping around the edges: Complexity. As we grew our team, expanded
Do you ever look around your office and ask yourself, "What are all of these people doing?" You look at your sales and revenues and they are flat or below projections. Your payroll, however, is still robust.
I recently sent around a rather direct memo to a number of our marketing folks, suggesting that (a) being better prepared for certain meetings was a really good idea; and (b) that one great way to be prepared
Hierarchy constipates the economy. I’ve been reading a lot recently about decision-making, including Chip and Dan Heath’s Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work and Tom Davenport and Brook
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After watching its rivals Square and Groupon play their hands earlier today, PayPal announced a program that allows merchants to trade in their old payment processing equipment in exchange for new hardware.
Tomorrow is Day 1 of Google I/O, and you know what that means: it’s keynote time! We’re rolling out to the event in force, and will be bringing you along for the ride with our up-to-the-second liveblog