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.
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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.
Make a Difference. Show Students You Care.
Caring and hope are more crucial to success in college and beyond than GPA or test scores
The Biggest Blown Opportunity in Higher Ed History
Colleges and universities must get serious about finding mentors for their students
Highly Successful Entrepreneurs Have Great Sales Talent
Business builders who are effective Promoters champion their enterprise and endorse what it stands for at every opportunity
Ancestry.com Co-Founder's Lessons in Entrepreneurship
Now Gallup's strengths evangelist, remarkably successful entrepreneur Paul Allen has learned the virtues of understanding the innate talents of everyone on a team
For Great Business Builders, Knowledge Is Power
Highly successful entrepreneurs use their encyclopedic knowledge to keep competition at bay
The Five Ways Top-Performing Companies Engage Customers
The best businesses don't leave critical moments between employees and customers to chance. Here's what they do differently.
Successful Entrepreneurs Declare Their Independence
Business builders who have high Independent talent believe they can single-handedly start and operate a winning enterprise
How Winegardner & Hammons Built a Winning Workplace Culture
Talented and engaged employees help set the hotel management company's brand apart
Entrepreneurs With High Determination Don't Give Up
Their tenacity and persistence help them recover from setbacks and failures
Should Employers Ban Email After Work Hours?
A close look at whether being connected to work 24/7 is a net gain or net drain on employees' well-being
Business Startup Rate and U.S. Personal Savings Rate 1977-2014
Like the business startup rate, the U.S. Personal Savings Rate has been steadily declining since the late 1970s/early 1980, and this in turn is affecting the business startup rate.
From Economy to Luxury, What Matters Most to Hotel Guests
To win more repeat customers, hotels must create a tailored guest experience
Starved of Financing, New Businesses Are in Decline
U.S. business startups have declined in line with the personal savings rate -- which means American entrepreneurship remains at risk
Why Successful Entrepreneurs Are Effective Delegators
Shifting from a do-it-yourself executive style to a more hands-off approach is essential when they're growing a business
What the American Consumer Is Thinking
The economic downturn left lasting financial and emotional scars. But there are signs that consumer attitudes are improving.
The Education Economy: America's Next Big Thing
How integrating the country's educational system, employers, and job creators can reshape -- and reignite -- the American economy