the starting point
50% of small businesses close during the year. The survival rate of IT startups is even lower – 9 out of 10 companies expect failure.
Learn how to learn from mistakes and not turn failure into total defeat, in our blog post by Neil Patel, BPlans, and Harvard Business Review.
Why do companies fail?
#1. Bloated ego
To see a mistake and learn from it, one has to admit one’s own imperfection. Continue reading
Who is the Director of Logistics
I compare the director of logistics with a traffic light at the intersection. Its role is to synchronize business processes, link the wishes of the commercial unit, creativity and other areas of the company into a single scheme that defines the rules of movement.
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The logistics director formalizes and synchronizes processes for the end result. Therefore, the area of his responsibility is unlimited. Continue reading
5 killers of creativity and what to do to create an incentive for creativity?
No. 1 – Multitasking and Distractions
I know that some people have mastered the art of doing several things at once and doing a lot of things at the same time. I tried, but it is not for me. I can’t concentrate on the project and at the same time answer letters, talk on the phone, chat on Skype. In order for me to have an incentive for creativity, I need to focus attention and strength on one lesson: working on a project.
Multitasking is not for me, but in a day I manage to do as much as those who do several things at once. In fact, it’s simple and there’s nothing new, all you need is a schedule that you must follow. When I need to work on a project and I understand that there is no incentive (for example, design for the customer), I just turn off the phone, turn off the email, get rid of all the annoyances and get back to work. It always works. Continue reading