It’s a word we throw around every day: entrepreneur. But does it mean the same thing now as it did in 1723?
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Peter Drucker and Clay Christensen have repeatedly pointed to process, knowledge, and long-term vision for sustained innovation. So why are we still rushing to the finish line half-baked?
In an age of unanswerable questions, asking the right question might just be the answer.
What can we learn from those who did it once (RIM), those who failed and rebounded (AIG) and those who make it habit (Pfizer).
Rain and Sleet May Not Stop the Mail but Lack of Innovation and Congress Might! As an independent agency of government, the Postal Service faces a double quandary amid a mounting cash shortage that could drive it into default.
The concept of mobile money is proliferating across the globe, as demand for transferring cash quickly becomes a necessity of modern life. While the opportunity for growth is tremendous, the demand for such services faces stepped up scrutiny.
The headlines scream about leadership failure after failure at the world’s biggest companies. In an age of hyper-compliance, stepped up since the credit crisis and financial meltdown, it’s clear that current monitoring measures aren’t enough.
In December 1960, AT&T had just announced an investment of $2.5 billion for satellite communications and improving the network for data services and computer communication.
Tech-savvy businesses are sprouting up every day in every industry and from every corner of the world, and they know how to court the new generation of customers. Mobility, intuitive cloud-based tools, smartphones, tablets and social media have forever transformed the global business ecosystems.
Small business owners consider managing the ongoing success of their business to be twice as stressful as maintaining a healthy relationship with a spouse and partner, nearly three times as stressful as raising children.