Organization

Scaling Up the Organization (Chart!)

Now you may have 150 (or 1,500) employees and find it infinitely more difficult to know how to divide up into teams and set clear accountabilities. Worse, both customers and employees may seem confused about how to navigate your organization.

disrupt

[VIDEO] How to disrupt your competition without disrupting yourself

Kaihan Krippendorff has been at the forefront of business innovation and developing business models that can keep up with the rapidly-changing business world. His newest model is the 8P Business Model Design Framework. It blends together traditional aspects, such as price, product, promotion and place, then adds new components to make it viable.

your business

5 Big Ideas: Powering Your Business

Your team is probably fired up about grabbing more market share this year. But if you want to achieve that goal, it’s time to look at your operation through a fresh lens. There are some great ideas brewing in the global community that will help you outdistance your competitors.

Negotiating

The Secret To Negotiating

It’s no secret that negotiating is one of the most difficult things to do at work. How do some people manage to get what they want in every situation? It's all about trading unequally valued elements.

Intrapreneurial

7 Barriers Hindering Your Intrapreneurial Intensity

For years companies have accepted these barriers as reasons large companies cannot innovate. We talk of “innovation antibodies,” and site hierarchy and procedure and rigidity as intractable realities. But new approaches are emerging. Forward-looking companies are finding clever ways around these barriers. You can too. And if you do, you will step into a future of a purpose-driven, agile, innovative organization that activates the intrapreneurial spirit to solve problems that matter.

Scale Up

5 Mistakes That Can Kill Your Scale Up

In the last 20 years of running my own companies and advising others as a coach, I’ve come across the same issues that plague growing businesses and prevent them from successfully scaling up. As entrepreneurs, we make the mistake of letting these issues grow until they’ve crippled our companies.