For the surviving 20% of startups that make it past the first year, managing growth is the biggest challenge. Continued survival depends on keeping score in a way that engages teams and aligns employees to the BIG things that matter most.
Big news: We just released MyObjectives to the Apple App Store. This is a huge win for our customers – employees can make updates wherever whenever. Business owners get greater visibility into the health of their organization.
A group of management consultants gathered at our New York workshop last month, hungry to learn and discuss new methods for accelerating growth and ensuring sustainable progress in the New Year. They left with game-changing ideas and tangible tools that'll supercharge their clients’ businesses.
Heading into the awards season, we’ve compiled our own highlight reel of outstanding performances in 2016. These partners may not win a Grammy or Oscar, but they rocked at dramatically improving their clients’ businesses. And they've won our coveted “Achieve” award.
In 2010 Seattle-area entrepreneur John Conner opened the first vape shop on the West Coast. For the next few years he watched his business grow like wildfire. Then it suddenly crashed and burned, despite massive consumer demand and the tremendous upside the business possessed.
Who's ready in 2017 for a break from business as usual? We're hitting the road for our Resolute Growth tour. Think Coachella, Lollapalooza and Woodstock mashed together, but this show is about time-proven management techniques and the hot new ones, including gamification.
The larger the company, the more complexity, the greater chance for mixed signals and foul-ups. But it doesn’t need to be that way. Our new partner, Pure Potential Development, works with some of the biggest global companies in the world to build aligned teams.
The idea of adding game elements to business management – call it gamification – has begun to gain traction in the United States. What about the UK? A panel of experts discussed the subject.
We’ve been busy over in the United Kingdom. Or more precisely our awesome UK-based partner, There Be Giants, has been ringing up sales of our MyObjectives software for us.