(CNN) — At the start of 2018, Wag looked like tech's next Big Thing. In January, the founders of the dog-walking startup announced they had landed a $300 million investment from SoftBank's Vision Fund.
One of the most common bottlenecks to early-stage company growth is the lack of management skills. This weekly meeting will up your game. As a strategy and leadership coach, I spend a lot of time with
Finding success with content marketing doesn't have to be so difficult. Finding success with content marketing doesn't have to feel like rocket science. Sure, it's a complex discipline, and making it takes
DataRobot wants to make machine learning so simple that a business analyst with basic training can run predictive models without breaking a sweat. The Boston-based startup just raised a $206 million Series
Google Sent Its Employees New Community Guidelines. Here's Why Every Business Leader Should Take Note
Google's new guidelines for the workplace are helpful for employees talking across any divide. Google sent a memo out to its employees last week that was so unusual for the Silicon Valley giant that it
Every employee manual I've seen contains an organizational chart that shows who is in charge and who reports to whom. Usually, the names of executive employees and managers are in boxes with connectors
The line between products and services is getting blurred. It's time to assess how you produce value. You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Is ‘Software-As-A-Service’
I was recently fortunate enough to have Jay Abraham speak at the Bullseye Workshop, an entrepreneurial event that I cohost with my partner, Lee Brower. Jay is a business consultant, speaker, author, and
Academic degrees, job experience, technical skills, and maybe even GPA traditionally have been the information of which to form judgments about a job candidate's intelligence and qualifications. However,
If today’s AR/VR investment/merger-and-acquisition dynamics continue, there could be a window of one year to 18 months for corporate and VC “smart money” to do deals with AR/VR leaders at sensible valuations.