Fri.May 20, 2022

What Is An Entrepreneurial Consultant? (Examples & Stories)

Consulting Success

What is an entrepreneurial consultant? An entrepreneurial consultant is a business owner who provides expert advice in a particular field or industry.

How to Help an Employee Who Struggles with Time Management

Harvard Business Review

Seven practical steps for managers. Time management Giving feedback Underperforming employees Managing employees Stress management Developing employees Digital Article


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Investigating Career Journeys

Tom Spencer

A career is as unique as the individual. Most people I talk to, regardless of what stage they are at in their career, can connect the dots as to how they arrived at their current position.

What If Banks Had to Disclose the Climate Impact of Their Investments?

Harvard Business Review

A proposed SEC rule could pull back the curtain on the carbon emissions of the global economy. Sustainable business practices Finance and investing Digital Article

The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

Teamwork 101: The Whole Is Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts

Tom Spencer

Working alone, in many ways, is much simpler than working as part of a team. You only need to account for your own abilities, work style preferences, and availability.

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Cognitive biases

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Why Is Project ROI So Harmful?

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Realizing a good return on project investments is an important metric for businesses.

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Switch before perfect

Seth Godin Blog

In 1993, when I was raising investment for one of the first internet companies, there weren’t any firms that specialized in this sort of thing. They were VCs from a different era, looking for the next Fedex or pharma company. I pitched dozens of them, and the answer was consistent, “get back to us when this is irresistible and then of course we’ll say yes.” ” The same thinking is applied to many new products, from vegan burgers to online services.