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Spark Joy With Your Leadership Team’s Responsibilities
Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Jul 9, 2019 1:59:38 PM

Why Businesses Should Hire Entrepreneurial Leaders

Are you a founder who is having difficulty taking your company to the next level? Is your growing company ready for a new executive hire? Perhaps a new CEO or COO? Do you know what qualities to seek in your new top executive?

Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Oct 1, 2018 2:47:40 PM

How Customer Feedback Will Grow Your Business

Taking criticism is a difficult part of being a business owner – it can be quite disconcerting to be told from an outside source that something might be negatively affecting a client relationship. Although it might not feel the best, collecting feedback from people about your business is among the most valuable information you can get to grow your business.

Posted by Britney Shirshekar on Sep 20, 2018 9:00:00 AM

CEOs: What's Missing to Move Forward [Podcast]

In this episode of Operationally Speaking, Sergiu Simmel of Get Business Momentum interviews our CEO, Adam Kaplan on the topic of the relationship between the CEO and the COO.

Posted by Adam Kaplan on Sep 18, 2018 8:41:53 AM

10 Must-Follow Blogs for Every Lower Middle Market Business Owner

As an owner of a growing small business, being in the “know” is crucial to running a successful company.

Posted by Adam Kaplan on Jun 12, 2018 8:24:00 AM

Nasty Bankruptcy: Why a Founder’s Brand is not Enough to Build a Great and Lasting Business

Reminiscent of its .com flopping predecessors, Nasty Gal filed for bankruptcy late last year after raising tens of millions in venture capital. It was a fantastic fall from grace for the company. Yet the brand of its founder Sophia Amoruso lives on - through her best selling book, a popular podcast, and a new Netflix TV series. 

Posted by Adam Kaplan on Feb 7, 2017 4:41:31 PM

Book Review: Small Giants by Bo Burlingham

There have been countless books written about very large corporations and the key to their success.  There also are many books out there telling how to grow your business.  The assumption in all these books is that you need to be growing to considered successful.

Posted by Adam Kaplan on Jun 5, 2016 5:41:00 PM

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