What problem does Google+ solve for consumers? The answer appears to be: nothing. And, therefore, it solves nothing for Google either.
Hundreds of my Stanford students graduated last month and are about to enter new jobs, along with hundreds of thousands who graduated from other universities. They will all be "rookies" yet again in their careers. Conventional wisdom tells us to get past the rookie stage in our career and grow...
Faced with an eroding core business, most companies seem to do...nothing.
Anytime a CEO, quarterback, engineer or author is paid ridiculous amounts of money, dozens of investors, armchair quarterbacks, and scholars jump in to debate the value of individual contributors versus teams.
If you ask an extremely successful salesperson, "What makes you different from the average sales rep?" you will most likely get a less-than-accurate answer, if any answer at all.
This post is part of the HBR Insight Center Making Collaboration Work.
At press time, the House Financial Services Committee was close to passing a bill extending the National Flood Insurance Program for five years and three bills to make changes to the structure of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection.
A few months ago, a former client called me in a panic: Her CFO wanted to start several process simplification projects immediately — and she needed a proposal to review with him the next day.
When you are negotiating, focus on emotion not logic and paint a verbal picture for yourself of the other person's vision and dreams.
Rep. Barney Frank, the top Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, will speak at CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference, the group announced today.