INC. MAGAZINEOctober, 01 2007 Archives
The Way I Work: Kim Kleeman
Her business wants more (and more) of her time. Is the CEO of ShakespeareSquared going to give in? Let's just say that her BlackBerry sleeps in the car.
Into the Wild
The goal: Accomplish six months of team building in seven days The plan: Send the executive team deep into the Wyoming wilderness and let them really get to know one another
How I Did It: Richard Schaps, CEO, Van Wagner Communications
Richard Schaps sold his outdoor-advertising company, Van Wagner, for $170 million. On Tuesday, he passed out millions of dollars to his people--and then started another outdoor-advertising company called Van Wagner.
Advice & Strategies
Sometimes, even CEOs have to say they're sorry.
New Global Hot Spots
Look beyond Shanghai for the next big thing.
The Idea That Saved My Company
Embattled hotelier Chip Conley found inspiration from an unlikely source: psychologist Abraham Maslow.
Passing It On
Using life insurance as an estate planning tool.
55-Alive! Wants to Be MySpace for the Baby Boomer Set.
Can it raise $250,000?
New uses for video, online and off.
iSymmetry's Technological Makeover
Or, how a tech company finally grew up and discovered the World Wide Web.
Yes, No, and Somewhat Likely
Survey the world with Web polls.
Sales + Marketing
Making opera (yes, opera) seem young and hip.
Beer Drinkers Wanted More. The Brewer Had No Room to Expand.
How could it keep the taps flowing?
Web 2.0 and Advertising
Should your company have a MySpace page? Plus, what to do when your ad campaign bombs.
CEO of the Sidelines: USC's Pete Carroll
What does it take to win 90 percent of the time? Whether you're on the field or in the boardroom, there's a formula for success -- recruiting the right people, keeping them motivated, and finding ways to bring out their best abilities.
Proof That Good Entrepreneurs Can Make Bad Investors
Or how I figured out how to handle my own money.
How Hard Could It Be?
Unfocused and Unabashed
A side project threatens to get totally out of control and I think, "How fun!"
The Real World
Forget the elaborate business plans. Kids with passion are our next great entrepreneurs.
Good to Great
The habits of highly successful bosses.