You can learn so much about entrepreneurship from Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and my favorite character of them all, mister serial entrepreneur himself, Gustavo Fring.
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In the world of computers and software there’s a process called “dogfooding.” In fact, when Google released Google Voice on Android 4.0, the behemoth accidentally left its “Dogfood settings” in the software. Simply put, “eating your own dog food” or “dogfooding” is making developers use their own products to prove and understand their quality and capabilities.
Businesses small and large are at a higher risk than ever of falling victim to predators. Viruses, leaks, theft and deceit are very real threats they are facing every day. Here are some of the most common ways businesses are at risk.
A poorly functioning remote team can eat away at your effectiveness and completely destroy productivity. If even one of these problems is a persistent issue in your company, you’re better off calling the team home and focusing on working together in person.
Taking on a leadership role is not an easy task; being successful at it? Even more difficult. Finding the time to tune-in may seem impossible considering your busy schedule.
In order to get the right person for the right job with a person-future fit focus we have developed the following 5 points for giving a great interview
We all know that it can be difficult enough to manage a business, even more so in this current climate. Now add to that mix raising young children while doing just that, and many people would raise their hands in despair and want to pull their hair out! In this post I hope to dispel the myth of the Supermum and explain why so many mothers should quit chasing the fairytale.
Recently, it seems that we are reading about a new social media crisis happening to some well known brand at least every other week. We, here in Ireland have also suffered our fair share with even our recent presidential election ultimately decided by what we lovingly refer to as the Twitter machine.
The old expression, ‘the customer is always right!’ is BS and if you truly believe in your offering, then you have to make a simple decision – stand strong in certain situations and turn that individual away, or perhaps make too many ‘exceptions’ and sacrifice what you and the company stands for.
Frank began his career 25 years ago in the media world. He has worked for Newspapers, Radio, Magazines and when the Internet took off, he moved into the online space. In recent years, Frank has become a founder and investor in some of the most exciting start-ups