How Entrepreneurs Manage High-Risk Situations
Highly successful entrepreneurs aren't risk seekers -- they're risk mitigators. If you are have the Risk-Taker talent, you instinctively know how to handle uncertainty.
Three Prescriptions for Successful Healthcare Mergers
Though M&A deals are often navigated effectively, they don't always go according to plan or achieve the desired results. Experts explain how to make them work.
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The Impact of Entrepreneurs' Psychology on Their Businesses
Advice to entrepreneurs: Identify your strengths and watch out for inherent blind spots in your personality that can affect your venture's performance and ultimate success.
How Social Media Could Save Christmas
Frustrated job seekers may find temporary work on Twitter or Facebook as recruiters turn to social media to fill holiday positions. But is it the right tool for seasonal hiring?
Building Exceptional Business-to-Business Relationships
In thousands of B2B customer interviews, Gallup has observed partnerships that create great value for both customers and suppliers. An expert reveals the traits these rare relationships share.
Get Better at Knowing Your Client's Decision-Making Process
Using a disciplined approach to assess, manage and improve buying center relationships will help B2B companies better understand their client's key players and their needs.
B2B Companies: Do You Know Who Your Customer Is?
In B2B companies, the definition of a "customer" is elusive: Several decision-makers usually make decisions jointly to purchase products or services. But who are these people?
Engage Your Hotel Guests by Taking Care of Their Well-Being
Tending to guests' well-being can lead to a healthier balance sheet if hotels do it right, according to a Gallup hospitality industry study.
Execs: Don't Discount the Value of an Online University Degree
If students get what they need most -- effective mentoring -- they can offer as much to employers as their on-campus peers.
Winning Combo: A Dedication to Talent and a Focus on Results
A former OSU linebacker, Stryker Sales Manager Jerry Rudzinski coaches his team to high employee engagement scores -- and double-digit sales growth.
How Mobile Technology Can Improve Employees' Well-Being
More people are using mobile technology to boost their well-being. Experts explain how companies can effectively implement health-related apps in their workplace.
Where Are All the Women Entrepreneurs?
Women start far fewer companies than do men, and that's bad for the economy and for women. An expert explains why this is and how female business builders can overcome obstacles.
Why Great Entrepreneurs Must Build Strong Relationships
Relationship-Builders know that running a successful company is a collective effort that demands all kinds of interactions: with suppliers, investors, employees, customers, peers, the media -- and many more.
Your Company Employs Great "Intrapreneurs" -- Go Find Them
People with entrepreneurial talent exist within your company, and they can play key roles in helping your business grow.
Why So Many New Companies Fail During Their First Five Years
Gallup research into successful entrepreneurs sheds light on why some new companies succeed but most don't. It's a matter of talent, an expert explains.
Snapshot: Delta's Elite-Flier Program Is Now Even More Elite
The airline is asking fliers to pay more for preferred status. Will this cause customer engagement to take off? Or leave regular fliers feeling stranded?
Making Your Retail Brand Stand Out From the Pack
Developing a clear brand purpose is a winning long-term strategy for differentiating your brand. Experts tell how to create that purpose -- and how to execute it.
Unleashing the Power of the Purse
Female customers are more fully engaged with specific brands than are their male counterparts.
Why Women Are Better Managers Than Men
U.S. employees with female bosses are more engaged than employees with male bosses.
Having More Women Leaders Is Good for Business
Women make up more than their share of the consumer market, but less than their share of business leadership. This has to change.