Tag Archives: Leadership

How To Improve Communication In Startups – 5 Actionable Tips

If you have worked in a startup, you would have experienced this. The team has a great culture and cordial bonding. People stand up for each other and strive to make the business successful. Yet, the communication between team members is absolute mayhem. Employees are working on their own tasks while another team is expecting […]
May 6, 2020 56 Reads share
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8 Unexpected Benefits of Using Instagram for Business

By now, most of us have used, or, at least, heard about the viral Instagram social media channel. But how many of us are truly aware of the great advantages of using Instagram for business? Here are our top 8 picks that can seriously help you grow your business online! InstaIntro According to Wikipedia, the […]
November 5, 2019 358 Reads share
New Leader Needs Reboot Struggling Business

How to Hit ‘Reboot’ as the New Leader of a Struggling Business

A recent survey revealed that only half of employees believe in the vision of their leader. When you combine this lack of faith with the crisis of confidence that those leaders often experience themselves, you end up with organizations that aren’t prepared for role expansion and growth. Uncertainty was pretty much all I had to stand on […]
October 23, 2019 253 Reads share
Social Anxiety Plagues Modern Workforce

How Social Anxiety Plagues The Modern Workforce

With the stock market hitting new record heights by the day and with businesses everywhere clamoring to expand as quickly as possible, it’s of little wonder that many think the modern workforce is healthy, fit, and ready to take on future challenges. In reality, however, the modern workforce is plagued by a number of serious […]
September 11, 2019 295 Reads share
Inconvenient Truth About Managers


The Inconvenient Truth About Managers That We’re Avoiding

There’s an uncomfortable truth about managers that we’re not facing. According to the “Good Manager, Bad Manager: New Research on the Modern Management Deficit” report, 44% of managers feel unprepared for their responsibilities, and a shocking 87% wish they’d had more training before they took on the role. The impacts of this are not just […]
August 13, 2019 679 Reads share
Why Your Agile Project Fail and How to Prevent It


6 Reasons Why Your Agile Project Fail and How to Prevent It

Agile project management uses an iterative approach to plan and guide projects. It involves completing tasks in small sections called iterations, instead of delivering a comprehensive solution at once. This makes it different from conventional methods such as Waterfall Methodology and Standard software Development Life Cycle(SDLC) which are known to be slow and inefficient in […]
August 1, 2019 285 Reads share
Be Proactive Without Excusing Your Challenges


5 Smart Ways to Be Proactive Without Excusing Your Challenges

When I started my business blog, IdeasPlusBusiness, I knew nothing about starting a business online. But, I was determined to make it happen. I was determined to learn and put in the time required to master a new set of skills. I was short of capital when I started, but I was determined to continue. […]
July 31, 2019 658 Reads share