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A recent McKinsey survey found that 20% of respondents think their company excels at decision-making. Follow these 5 steps to improve that.
Networking isn't about how many people you talk to or for how long — it's about making meaningful connections, plus one important final step.
PRESENTING: How to market your startup on social media to grow your business and gain boatloads of customers
Business Insider talked to founders, attended panels, and surveyed entrepreneurs to find out what marketing tools helped them build their businesses.
The first 6 things you should do after you get laid off, from someone who experienced it and went on to found her own business
Keep old coworkers close — they may be your best references and connections to potential new job openings in your industry.
I’ve saved thousands of dollars and stayed all over the US for free by house and cat sitting — here’s how I do it
One home in Boulder, Colorado for 10 days could have cost this cat sitter up to $8,000, but, thanks to cat sitting, she stayed there for free.
Life is going to happen no matter what. You can either waste your time avoiding it and not taking risks, or you can choose to meet new challenges.
The Style Series: How Nicole Kidman’s stylist Julia von Boehm went from being a legendary French Vogue editor’s assistant to heading her o...
Boehm got her start as an assistant at French Vogue before rising through the ranks to become an editor and ultimately venturing out on her own.
I went from intern to VP of human resources at FedEx services. Here are my 4 tips for turning an internship into a dream career.
Landing a great internship is only half the challenge — it's what you do during the internship that can make or break your career path.
Putting everything that needs to get done on a sprawling list can create the feeling of more work to do — not less.
How a ‘sci-fi’ imagination and Hollywood-style creativity can help sluggish businesses tackle big problems
Sci-fi writers have predicted online stores, earbuds, and Google Earth. Who wouldn't want a sci-fi writer at the table to envision future technology?