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Jul 5, 2017

A common trap that many entrepreneurs and ambitious business owners fall into is thinking that more is always better — more services, more products, more quantity. Entrepreneurs often burn out trying to be all things to all people, launching new business divisions, new products and pursuing new ideas.

 

This drive can be the lifeblood of a business, infusing it with the innovation that keeps it ahead of competitors. But it can also be disastrous for a company if the organization spreads itself too thin, burns out top talent and spends time and resources pursuing dead-end new initiatives.


May 22, 2017

Innovation is one of the most sought-after commodities in business. It powers rapid business growth, bolsters productivity and creates entirely new economic sectors.

 

But the way that companies, and the individuals that compose those companies, adopt and employ new innovations varies widely. A company’s attitude toward implementing new ideas can often be the key factor that determines whether it turns into a market-leading success or a struggling enterprise.