Many years ago when I was on the board of Kinko’s, we had a pointed conversation about our future initiated by John Davis, a board member and Harvard professor who specialized in family business. He believed we needed to change our culture from family to team.
Starting a new venture isn’t for everyone. Some research suggests that a whopping 90 percent of startups fail, but experienced startup founders know their odds for creating a successful venture are much better than one in 10.
Returning for 2019, ColoradoBiz Magazine presents a unique opportunity to show the faces behind some of the state’s notable businesses. Distinguished by artistically composed photography, “Faces of Colorado” is an editorialized, photo-driven special advertising section that provides an eye-catching platform for you to share your message with our 40,000 readers.
According to Deloitte/Bersin’s 2018 report “The Rise of the Individual in the Future of Work,” companies with a strong mission and purpose outperformed the S&P 500 by eight times over a 20-year period.
Ask any Colorado employer what their biggest stresses are, and most will include hiring and keeping talent at the top of that list.
How do we face problems and challenges in our business? Too often we approach tough issues in the same tired manner that we approach issues that are easily solved
If there’s one thing I’ve seen handcuff more executives than anything else, it’s the need to be liked (NTBL). Most of us want people who like us so we can share time together, be comfortable and be able to let our hair down.
Investing in future leaders is imperative for any business. Sometimes it includes helping employees to discover their leadership potential and fully embrace it.
It has long been my belief that great ideas are only as good as their execution. Bright new ideas are conceived by equally bright people, but due to a lack of knowledge on how to get started, or simply a lack of resources, these ideas are not brought to fruition.
The cyber threat landscape continues to expand with no signs of slowing. With ever-evolving sophistication and an increasing number of cyberattacks happening every day, one might expect to see growth in the cybersecurity job market to boost our defenses.
Risk. Resilience. Reward. Mastering these skills are the key that can unlock the door to a woman’s success in the workplace, according to a new study that surveyed more than 2,000 professional women.
I have not failed. I have just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. —Thomas Edison