Tagged in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is the act of creating a business or businesses while building and scaling it to generate a profit.
Chief Culture Officer: How to Create a Living, Breathing Corporation
27 February, 2009
Culture is a set of standard behaviors we can observe in a group of people. Each school, university and business is got its own set of standard behaviors defined by rules, environmental conditions, ethnicity of attending people, etc. Most cultures can be shaped for good, creating a standard set of behaviors that people will instinctively follow and ultimately further benefit the group. Culture shaping can be achieved inside any size group of people, in any company, and if done right can lay th
The Mormon Way of Doing Business
17 January, 2009
"The true definition or true defining situation for a person is what they do when they are alone and don't have to do anything else" - Dell's CEO Kevin Rollins Isn't it right? Have you ever noticed what do you do whenever you find yourself idle? Start thinking of it. This book is based on interviews to prominent members of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints. Some of them are the CEOs of JetBlue Airways (former CEO and founder, actually), Dell Computers, Deloitte & Touché and Madis
Perhaps a Starting Point?
20 November, 2008
Last post I wondered a little bit about how could a company give enough freedom to their employees so they can create their creative environment and do a better job. After posting, I began pondering some starting points, or directives, which could help a company walk in that direction. First, I would like to bold that in the creative process, there should be no deadlines or that will kill it from the root. But, I didn't forget that in the real world, we need to interact with other companies and
Software is not about code, but people and their desires
10 July, 2007
Thinking that with a really optimized, organized and structured code you'll make your software the newest killer app ever? Been fast and stable is just a couple of the requisites users look for while choosing their software. Among all the requirements that users instinctively looks for in a software, usability is the most decisive of them. A software with poor usability makes user feel angry and disappointed about the software. Imagine that someone is trying to use your software in a low profil
16 May, 2007
Yes... That's the name of that almost best seller book (I said best seller, but I didn't mean best book), and I used it as this post's title. Actually, I don't mean to talk much about that book, neither I mean to read it. Most part of those who look forward to read that book, do that with the hope of finding the answer of how to have a money tree in the backyard. First, I would like to state that I believe that money doesn't come without hard work. You can work hard, and make something that giv