Week In Review – Aug 17-23, 2009

by Magesh Tarala on August 23, 2009

The Most Respected SOB

by Yakov Soloveychik

August 17, 2009

This is a statement by renowned photographer Peter McArthur: “Every Successful enterprise requires three men: a dreamer, a businessman, and a son of a bitch.” What he means is, the CEO’s decisions are not always popular and some hard decisions need to be made. This article discusses ways of balancing respect and efficiency. More…

Meetings, Meetings, Meetings

by Thomas Frasher

August 18, 2009

As a small business owner you will have a lot of meetings. Not all will be productive and beneficial. This gives you the guidelines to make the most of your meetings using a folksy metaphor that will help you apply them in practice. More…

Where is the competition?

by Guy Ralfe

August 19, 2009

You may not be aware of your competition, but it is out there. Beware! This article describes the different levels of competition and brings home the reality that in this globalized world, every individual has to act like a corporation when dealing with competition. More…

What’s In The Name

by Robert Driscoll

August 20, 2009

So, you are ready to take your first step as an entrepreneur.  You’ve come up with a name for your company and have set up a corporation.  You’re excited.  You go to register your company’s domain name and you come to find out…someone already owns it. This article suggests ways to deal with this issue. More….

The New Socioeconomy

by Deepika Bajaj

August 21, 2009

Social media is not for the weak of heart. It requires a certain level of risk taking and willingness to experiment. Like it OR not – social media is here to stay. In this article, Deepika articulates the new reality we live in and how in spite of common business concerns, some businesses have been extremely successful in leveraging social media. More…

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