When I ask creative teams to tell me about how they push ideas to fruition, one of the things they swear by is to fight. www.fastcompany.com
Here are a few ways we can usher in the era of creative meritocracy. www.fastcompany.com
Michael Acton Smith grew his company from an online store, to a perplexing online game, to a monster multimedia franchise by trusting his creative vision. www.fastcompany.com
If all you know about Warby Parker is that it sells great-looking glasses at a fraction of the price found at the mall, then you’re missing just how innovative this company really is. www.fastcompany.com
They key to optimization is making incremental tweaks in a controlled and measurable way that allows you to revert if needed. I explain how in this week’s episode.
The greatest achievements happen in the overlap of three things: Your genuine interests, skills, and opportunities. To find success, work within your overlap.
One major drawback to e-books is that there is no easy way to share text among friends. And there’s little incentive for Amazon or Apple to solve this problem. That makes it a great opportunity for a startup like the [Read more...]
Most startups are not well led–that’s the nature of most new business ventures, everyone is learning as they go along. But there are some common best practices to keep in mind, which I describe in this week’s episode. www.fastcompany.com
For video game buyers, it’s the most wonderful time of the year: A plethora of top-notch titles beg for your bottom dollar–every game from Modern Warfare 3 to Super Mario 3D Land. Among game makers, there’s an epic battle raging [Read more...]
The fast food industrial complex has given us plenty of unhealthy, cheap options that serve our immediate desires, but fail us in the long term. That’s what catalyzed 26-year-old Phil Pinnell to co-found Scratch, a line of complete meals with [Read more...]