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How external factors pressure people to cooperate.
Illustration by Ping Zhu
Anyone with a novel idea, from an entrepreneur to a product marketer, should know how to sway a suspicious audience.
Advice given to leaders is too often based on the ideal world, not reality.
A divergent opinion can lead to more creative and better decisions.
The food-delivery startup looks to expand beyond the edible.
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Research shows that people with low self-control tend to underplay the negative consequences of their decisions.
Startups may embrace the “fail-fast” mantra, but many leaders are risk-averse.
A serial board member explains why even young companies need strong directors.
Putting value on the roles of company partners can get personal.
Businesses can touch customers and clarify corporate values by creating a powerful narrative.
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