Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Consider Hacker Dojo, a do-it-yourself tech incubator that last week staged its first startup showcase at its Mountain View quarters — a rather low-rent rendezvous in contrast to DEMO, a glitzy three-day exhibit at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara earlier this month where startups paid $18,500 to strut their stuff.
To determine who was going to move where this year, the firm held a draft at the end of June.
You could also try learning a new skill.
Listen to your negative employees.
“Preventative measures should include keeping staff regularly, fully and honestly informed of planned changes through a range of tailored formal and informal communication such as e-mails and face-to-face meetings at various levels.”
Be candid about how things are going.
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We have been spending a lot of time on advertising, sales, hiring, promotions and how to handle them, etc.
Gaining employee commitment results in greater profits because enthusiastic employees stay, contribute discretionary effort, and engage customers.
One of the dangers of web working is that of getting stuck in a rut.
I have seen so much interest and gotten so much mail about how to decorate or redecorate our homes to accommodate working from home that I’m talking about home offices today.