Entrepreneurs

Developing an awareness of how others see you is one of the hardest but also most important things you can do. Here's how. Whether you're leading 2 or 2000 people I can assure you of one immutable truth about leadership that you need to always keep...

If your digital strategy doesn't include how you're going to make money from a digital initiative, you're doing it wrong: The Data Mill reports. Companies have become obsessed with all things digital. But here's the harsh reality: They're also introducing ways to erode their own business,...

Amid the increasing chaos of technology-enabled business disruption, stability has become a quaint notion, and the ability to adapt quickly has become the key to organizational success. Nowhere is that more true than in the role of the chief information officer because the relentless advance...

On Feb. 19, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration took a huge step towards patient-centric medicine when it approved the marketing of genetics testing company 23andMe’s carrier test for Bloom Syndrome. This was a startling — and good — development because it affirmed the rights...

Marketplaces as physical gathering sites have a long and rich tradition in all economies. There, buyers and sellers meet to exchange goods for money. Public Markets are especially noteworthy. Madison’s Farmers Market, The Milwaukee Public Market, Boston’s Haymarket Square, Seattle’s Pike Place Market, and The...

Despite the Silicon Valley echo chamber, starting a company remains easily among the most risky career moves for workers. The stress of the job can easily lead to burnout or long-lasting mental health issues. Failures, despite being lauded in some corners, still too often harm...

Nobody ever started a business intending to fail. Yet, within five years half will. It's foolish to expect that all of these businesses could somehow succeed. Still, many successful and innovative businesses fail not because there was anything wrong with their product or service but...