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Enterprise tech has gone from a yawn to an excited scream over the past year. Businesses that sell to other businesses, with their steady revenues and more-predictable growth, are now the darling of tech investors. That means they’re good places for employees, too.
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Google is not the biggest website in the world. It’s No. 2. Do you know who’s No. 1? Hint: It’s another American company.
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So, what are the keys to success for technology entrepreneurs? Arguably, all these things — with some innovation, creativity and fast growth sprinkled in. When interviewing some of the industry’s most significant players, we’ve made it a point to pick their brains about what’s key to being a successful tech entrepreneur and launching a successful tech startup.
Best Buy is confident that its latest policy change will kill “showrooming” in its stores for good. Starting on March 3, the retailer will price match all local retail competitors, along with 19 “major online competitors” in all product categories, whenever a customer asks for it, the company announced.
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Today’s leaders have no excuse. Harvard Professor and Innosight cofounder Clayton Christensen alerted the world to the pattern of disruptive change almost two decades ago. Academics and practitioners have built on Christensen’s work to develop robust frameworks that can help leaders to spot disruptive developments early and respond appropriately.
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‘Most leaders I’ve met want to build a high-performance organization. Instinctively, they know that this requires great people. But few of them have ever taken the time to define exactly what they are looking for when it comes to the ideal candidate.’
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Things that will happen “next year” are already happening now, we may simply not take note of them until the sun rises and sets dozens and dozens of times. Here are some trends that will make a difference “next year.” If you’ve been paying attention you may already know what they are.