John Hall on Dec 08, 2013 09:17AM
Everybody sucks at something, and companies are no different. People naturally want to work on things that are easy to accomplish, but addressing the struggles is what brings real benefits. As a leader, it?s ultimately up to you to solve the pain points at your company. While your weakness could be almost anything, here are four of the most common pain points for leaders and how to address them.
Tom Taulli on Dec 08, 2013 08:34AM
In the early days of Box, I wrote a few stories on the company?s twenty-something CEO and co-founder, Aaron Levie. He always had interesting things to say ? and was uber bullish about cloud computing. Of course, his grandiose vision turned out to be spot-on as Box is now a top player in the space and expected to pull off an IPO next year.
Mary Ellen Biery on Dec 08, 2013 05:00AM
Looking at dozens of financial metrics, it?s clear that privately held U.S. companies have a lot going for them right now.
Paul B. Brown on Dec 08, 2013 04:30AM
Everything--sales, earnings, your chances of being hired and your career--is better if there is a good story behind it.
Paul B. Brown on Dec 07, 2013 01:51PM
Action trumps everything, if you want to be successful.
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