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Why we need to rethink the shape of organizations to maximize innovation
We've been lucky enough to have some notable awards come our way. The press has heard about it, and we wanted to make sure you did, too.
Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, explains how generous people can continue to help others without using up all their time.
Leila Janah, founder of Sama Group, a technology non-profit, explains how she overcomes anxiety about public speaking and networking events.
Tough Mudder co-founder Will Dean recommends you take outside input about your business idea with a grain of salt.
Here's what you need to do and why.
Teams that include women significantly outperform male-dominated teams. So why not use technology to eliminate gender bias when hiring?
Entrepreneurs have fears just like everyone else. Often times, they're never discussed. Here are my fears I never talk about.
You're ready if things go wrong. But what if they go right?
A simple 3-step formula to improve your sales process and close more sales.
You can become more valuable to your organization. But first you have to ask yourself some very important questions.
Effective marketing is an art and a science. Do it right, and watch your bottom line grow.
Negotiation is a key skill for success in business and life. Become a better negotiator by following some very simple rules.
A look at the applications coming in for Inc.'s annual feature.
The third letter of the alphabet is an excellent guide to some of the simple habits of today's best leaders.
When the wind is high and the surf is up, you'll find serial founder Constantin Bisanz right in the thick of it.
Justin Brown quit a PhD in international relations to focus on his social-media startup, Ideapod, which provides users a "global community for the curious and open-minded."
You can't take your business into the afterlife, so plan for this phase of your business as you would retirement.
It can be easy to spread yourself too thin in a family business, so take precautions.
Fill the skill gaps your family can't fill with a strong employee support base.