For many aspiring entrepreneurs, an offer to work at a tech giant would be a no-brainer. But will this really equip them with the skills they need to ensure future startup success?
Bringing your first few hires on board and sketching out a mission statement are comparatively easy. But, as a business starts to scale, handling your people and purpose becomes much harder
For many entrepreneurs, their business is a reflection of themselves as people. They live and breathe their venture and this can be seen in every aspect of their business – even in their dress code
Restructuring can be trying but this doesn’t mean change can’t be positive, says Lyndsey Simpson
Many will tell you that finding a business partner is like finding a romantic partner. But that couldn’t be further from the truth
Research from Sage One reveals that business owners could reclaim a full working month a year by eliminating certain behaviours
Despite the vast array of literature on the topic, most entrepreneurs tend to find that people management is best learnt on the job
It’s all too easy to fall into negative patterns of thought, which is never good for business. This month Lyndsey Simpson looks at ‘positive psychology’ and its implications in the workplace