OpenView recently surveyed an array of expansion-stage CEOs and board members to find out what it takes to create a value-adding board. The results are presented in this board of directors infographic, offering real insight into what makes high-performing boards tick.
The perfect office environment will mean different things to different people. For some it is about the equipment used, where as others may place more emphasis on the area they work in. This infographic by CIPHR will hopefully have some suggestions everyone will be able to use to make their office a healthier place to work.
Construction and healthcare-related fields are expected to see exponential growth in the next decade, while jobs at the Post Office and newspapers, well, may go the way of the dodo. Masters In Human Resources Degree Guide takes a look at industries that are growing as well as those that may be dying.
‘Canadian Women In Entrepreneurs’ from Micro Business Perspectives by Vistaprint highlights Canadian women entrepreneurs, women owned businesses and the demanding work week of these hard working business women. Did you know 1 out of 3 Canadian entrepreneurs is a women? Learn more in the infographic below.
In this infographic from Best Accounting Degrees, discover 10 entrepreneurs that went big and call nothing but the Valley home. Veterans and newbies alike rock the worlds of tech, social media, and business.
Software as a Service is growing rapidly. Check out the infographic below presented by ProfitBricks to to learn how SaaS differs from other software delivery models, the history of SaaS, SaaS growth drivers, and the future of cloud computing.
This May 29th will mark the 70th anniversary of the publishing of Norman Rockwell’s iconic “Rosie the Riveter” painting on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post (published May 29th, 1943). “Rosie the Riveter” inspired a social movement that increased the number of working American women. From 1940 – 1944 the number of women in America rose from 12 million to 20 million.
Many small business owners think they are safe from data breaches because hackers are going for bigger businesses. However, this is not the case. According to Visa’s estimates 95% of credit card data breaches are on small business customers. Check out the infographic below presented by MerchantWarehouse to learn about POS vulnerabilities for small businesses and how they can make their data more secure.
It takes a different sort of mind to run a major company successfully. Sometimes it’s genius that sets apart the business elite-but sometimes it just may be madness. www.psychdegrees.org takes a look at the studies and profiles that show what make these leaders tick-and why that ticking sound may just be a psychopathic time bomb.
The objective of any business, be it brick-mortar or web based, is to maximize sales for greater profits. Like real world, it is achieved in the web realm by focusing on marketing and advertising. While efforts in mentioned fields bring fresh traffic, changing those potential visitors into buyers depends entirely on conversion funnel and related elements. Higher sales can be achieved by keeping buyer psychology in mind.
Would you like to increase conversions, decrease operation costs, and polish your ecommerce strategy? All of this and more is possible through a re-platforming of your online business. Times and technology change and you can bet that your competition is looking for ways to get ahead. A re-platforming can bring long-term, sustainable growth, while keeping up with the most recent technologies.
When we hear the word “entrepreneur,” we tend to conjure up images of tech magnates or other computer-based startup business owners. However, the process of small business ownership goes back much farther, with roots stemming as far back as the Middle Ages. To see how the field of entrepreneurship has changed throughout history – as well as what the startup culture might look like for future generations of enterprising business owners – check out the following infographic from Homestead
The infographic from FinancesOnline.com paints a picture of you, the coffee-loving consumer, and your connection to Bushogo – a typical small-scale African coffee farmer. In the middle are all the other players that move coffee along a supply chain until Bushogo’s harvest of beans steams as a delicious brew in your cup. Who’s making money from your daily frap outlay?