This is an essential article that clarifies the notion of company values.
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Values can set a company apart from the competition by clarifying its identity and serving as a rallying point for employees. But coming up with strong values–and sticking to them– requires real guts.
This is a good article about entrepreneurship.
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Our frenetic pace requires a very specific kind of person, which is why we are more than 80 per cent Millennials. When we’re hiring, we don’t interview them; they interview us.
This is a fascinating article about Elon Musk’s SpaceX project.
NASA took notice. The successful fourth launch was enough evidence for them that SpaceX was worth trusting, and at the end of 2008, NASA called Musk and told him they wanted to offer SpaceX a $1.6 billion contract to make 12 deliveries for them to the ISS.
This is a great pod cast from Andrew Warner.
There wasn’t really an inherent problem to the business. But with most entrepreneurial endeavors the line between you personally and your business is really pretty thin. At least I found it to be.
This is a great video segment about entrepreneurship.
If you find yourself busting ass every free minute you, have working on one idea, not fifty, one idea. Working on turning one idea into a company.
This is a good article about company turnarounds.
Just over ten years ago, Burberry’s famous check design was banned in pubs and clubs from Aberdeen to Leicester for its association with hooliganism. Today, the company boasts brand ambassadors including Emma Watson and Cara Delevingne. What’s behind the transformation?
This is a great article about connecting technology and engineering with the humanities.
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Big tech employers are widening their hiring horizons beyond the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering and math. Larry Quinlin Deloitte’s chief information officer, argues in favor of “STEAM,” in which the A stands for the arts. “It’s not enough to be technologically brilliant,” Quinlin says. “We need senior people who understand business processes, too.”