By Sarah Steimer For some time, it seemed as though Microsoft’s star had begun to dim, especially as competitors like Google and Apple were lapping its innovations. That was until Satya Nadella became CEO and helped change the organization’s culture. … Continue reading Want to Encourage Innovation? Try a Growth Mindset Intervention
By Sarah Steimer Founding leaders of successful venture teams often bring the inspiration, ideas, and resources necessary to spur innovation within the company. Turnover is, however, a fact of business, and these individuals and other members of the firm don’t … Continue reading Losing a Founding Member of Your New Venture Doesn’t Have to Be a Bad Thing
By J Katherine Bahr Markets in every sector from agriculture to finance experienced major periods of change over the last four decades. Understanding industry norms and trends has long been held as the secret to success for budding entrepreneurs, but an … Continue reading How a Business’s Founding Conditions Affect Its Success
By J Katherine Bahr There has been a meteoric rise in social entrepreneurship in Western societies over the last 20 years. According to a 2020 UN report, social enterprises (organizations using business practices to solve social, cultural, or environmental issues) account … Continue reading What Makes Social Entrepreneurship So Strong in Certain Western Societies?
By Sarah Steimer In sales, you’re often selling yourself as much as you’re selling the product — and new research published in the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal suggests the same holds true for IPOs. Specifically, researchers found that more charismatic CEOs can … Continue reading Charismatic CEOs Lead to Higher IPO Prices