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A quick-serve chain lures kitchen stars by treating them like entrepreneurs. More »How Tender Greens Turns Top Chefs Into Fast-Food Cooks
Every new hire is a risk. The question is whether you're measuring the potential reward against your investment. An argument for boosting that ratio through performance-based hiring. More »What's the Upside Potential of Your Recruiting Strategy?
A handy roundup of some basic tech shortcuts More »6 Quick Tech Fixes to Boost Your Productivity
For starters, the co-founders are older than the Silicon Valley entrepreneur stereotype and view advertising as an insult to users' intelligence. More »The Unlikely Founders Behind WhatsApp's Rise
Far be it from Inc. to recommend most of Frank Underwood's power-grabbing tactics. But there is one thing he does very well. More »Probably the Only Leadership Lesson Worth Learning From House of Cards
Are you building your board strategically? How to find the cornerstone members who will attract specialized talent, introduce ongoing development, and achieve a dynamic personality mix. More »To Build a Better Company, Build a Better Board
The leaders with the strongest teams are also the ones who aren't afraid to show they care. Here are three relationship-based leadership tactics that drive productivity and innovation. More »Have You Told Them Lately That You Love Them?
The idea that innovation is a young person's game is largely a myth, according to recent research. More »You're Not Too Old to Have a Major Breakthrough
Looking to get more creative thinking from yourself and your team? Advertising exec Curt Hanke shares his two back-to-basics approaches. More »Two Secrets to Unleashing The Power of Your Creativity
Allison O'Kelly was on the corporate fast track: She had an M.B.A. from Harvard, had worked as a CPA at KPMG, and was climbing the executive ladder at Toys "R" Us. But everything changed when she had kids. Now, O'Kelly's Atlanta-based staffing company, Mom Corps, is helping her--and other working moms--spend more time at home. More »Running a $16 Million company from the living room
It's nice to dream of big things, but if you want to be ready when opportunity knocks, you need to ask yourself these five questions. More »How to Prepare Yourself for Big Opportunities
A learned helplessness takes over during hard times. It's when you're in recovery that you should nurture creativity and risk-taking. More »When Your Business Is Most Vulnerable (Hint: It's Not During Hard Times)