In today’s link roundup: tips for how to properly take a mental break; how small firms can drive innovation; retirement plans for your business; and how to deal with bad ideas without squelching creativity.
As you surely know by now, Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple CEO yesterday, though he will remain chairman of the board of directors. We kick off today’s link roundup with a few interesting articles about Apple’s past with Jobs and its future without him, then provide a couple of other articles about the challenges small business owners face overseas and with the ubiquitous threat of cybercriminals.
In today’s link roundup, we start off with a sage piece of advice from Silicon Valley startup guru Cynthia Kocialski about the benefits of an advisory board. Then we move on to an infographic aboutinterview strategy, two WSJ articles with specific tips you may be overlooking, and finally an interesting article about the incredible success of the education system in Finland.
In today’s edition of the PBO Link Roundup: small business are now trying their hand at forex as a hedge; an intriguing article about the concept of “decision fatigue”; and, an important lesson for any business using Facebook.
In today’s edition of the link roundup we begin with three articles that look at Google’s recent acquisition of Motorola. All three have a different take and tone. Then we move onto a variety of topics including: the vicious cycle created when businesses are afraid to hire until consumer demand returns; the 10 biggest lies of business school; and an interesting discussion of “ecological mayhem”.