Posts Tagged ‘feedback’

9 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Their Customers

Mike | March 10th, 2014

In this series, I have typically chosen a group of people and looked at the unique things they do from which we can all learn. These lessons have sometimes been silly, and sometimes serious, but they have always tried to focus on how, as entrepreneurs and managers, we can draw lessons from the world around […]

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A Contrarian View: Hire Well, Nurture Carefully, Fire Prudently

Mike | July 29th, 2013

Much has been written on the “Steve Jobs” school of human resources. Jobs was an uncompromising believer in hiring the most talented team possible and believed equally in firing folks at will. That was all well and good for the most valuable company in the world, where an endless stream of applicants lined up at […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Priority Dish

Amanda | December 5th, 2012

There is nothing more satisfying than filling out an anonymous feedback survey at the end of a long semester of some terrible college course, with an equally horrible professor. Your worst grievances get to make their way into the hands of the dean… where nothing will come of it.  Because everyone knows the worst professors […]

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Dear Buyer (redux), or 4 tips for posting and managing your crowdSPRING project

Mike | November 16th, 2009

Seven months ago I wrote a post and shared some data which I hoped would help crowdSPRING Buyers to find success and happiness with their projects on the site (well maybe not happiness, but you get my drift). Well, since then we have had more than 5,800 new Buyers registered, had over 336,000 more entries […]

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