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Characteristics of creative leaders
While their behavior and personalities differ, a few common characteristics of creative leaders include being explorative, independent, and purposeful.
Nature, nurture or act? What defines entrepreneurs?
How do entrepreneurs pair effectuation with causal reasoning to build the most successful businesses and how you can replicate their practices?
Why you should work at a startup
Startups allow you to find your passion and purpose while teaching you about autonomy and mastery. Find out more reasons why you should work at a startup.
Getting your market entry timing right
Good timing is taking advantage of external trends and events as they emerge. Learn how to optimize your market entry timing.
The quest to build a perfect team
In 2012, Google began a quest to build a perfect team. After studying over a hundred teams for more than a year, here is what they learned.
Learn about cohesive decentralization and the seven key factors that build successful teams and ensure that each team can thrive and survive.
Why you should foster a culture that welcomes dissent
Your organization might prefer consensus and harmony, but creating a culture of dissent clarifies opinions and emboldens everyone’s thinking.
Social capital and profitability
This article examines the role of social capital in business settings and its effect on innovation outcomes as well as overall firm performance.
Social change requires slow entrepreneurship
Slow entrepreneurship requires a long-term strategy and patience. Social start-ups can use slow entrepreneurship to stimulate creativity and energy.
Innovation through clean sheet redesign
Clean sheet redesign is the method of rethinking existing businesses from the ground up. For established companies, this is a great way to innovate.
Making money doing good
The societal assumption is that making a profit and doing good sit on opposite ends of the spectrum. But making money doing good is easier than it seems.