Steve Case, a co-founder of AOL, spoke recently about what he believes will be the third wave of the Internet revolution which has altered the way we interact with society. He believe that the internet’s role within society will change, but some of his predictions are not realistic.
Many schools have begun to implement entrepreneur education programs to instill in students a sense of building a business and to introduce them to the world of working for themselves. Learn how you, as a parent, can boost your child’s entrepreneurial spirit.
Nobody wants to fail, but when handled with the proper approach, your failures can actually be precursors to success.
The Flow Theory is a psychological concept that describes the feeling that results when your skill set perfectly matches the task at hand and you feel a positive sense of control and total absorption in your work. How do you get there? Can you control it?
From the humorous to the plain disingenuous, a lot of fake reviews exist on Amazon and the site appears to take a hands-off approach. Is there a policy? How easy is it to game the system?
Yelp was created to support local small businesses by giving them honest feedback from patrons. The website is now struggling to keep it’s good reputation by fighting fake reviews and damaging lawsuits. Can you trust what you read on Yelp?
Employees using their own devices for work-related purposes could be a positive thing for both employers and workers. However, there are a number of security risks and complications that arise when implementing a BYOD policy.
There are many parallels between military science and business. What lessons about entrepreneurship does Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” teach us? Plenty.
It’s a beautiful spring day and my neighborhood is littered with kids opening lemonade stands and offering to do yard work - for a fee. I have realized that most kids are naturally interested in business. There are many fun ways you can encourage the entrepreneurial spirit in your children.
The recent boycotts of companies like Netflix and Bank of America reveal just the tip of the iceberg of consumer dissatisfaction with low quality products and services and little or no customer service. Today’s consumer is well equipped with tools to resist price increases coupled with poor service.