Management

What Non-Retirees Mean for the Workforce

The decision of 72-year-old railway executive Hunter Harrison to pursue a challenging new gig instead of retirement is emblematic of the changing shape of the workforce

What Today’s Small Businesses Can Do to Beat Giant Competitors

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"Craft brands" are winning market share from the big guys by focusing on what makes them unique

Lessons in Running the Family Business From Charles Bronfman

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The second-generation leader of Seagram, one of Canada's most iconic companies, on writing his memoirs, selling the Montreal Expos and why he doesn't drink

The 4 Legal Matters Startups Should Settle Early

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Too many founders fail to pay attention to these crucial issues at the beginning, leading to huge costs later on

How to Protect Your Company’s Good Name

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Well-regarded firms win more customers and fans. Five steps to build a positive corporate reputation

What You Can Learn About Creativity from Emma Donoghue

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The "Room" author and recent Oscar nominee on originality, multitasking and ceding control

Has This Marketing Gimmick Reached Its Limit?

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With an open letter to Subway franchisees, Freshii founder Matthew Corrin takes a second run at a tactic that previously brought a $10 million lawsuit

6 Things to Watch For in Federal Budget 2017

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The government is betting big on investment in innovation, science and R&D. Here are some specific policies to watch for

What a Toxic Work Culture Does to Your Brand

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Brands don't collapse overnight, they erode steadily with the slow drip of a toxic culture and ineffective leadership. Just look at Uber

Can You Afford to Let Customers Wait in Line?

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Today's consumers don't have the patience to stand around. So theme parks, where queuing is its own special attraction, are replacing real-life lines with virtual ones

How to Help Your Misfit Employees Shine

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Feeling out of place at the office can hurt productivity. A new study suggests a way for managers to solve the problem

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