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Where Change Leads You • The process can be painful, but the goal is profound: Find something new that you’d never want to lose.
Lessons That Are Worth Billions • How did Michael Dell build one of the most valuable technology companies in the world? By being willing to try, fail, and learn.
What Did You Cut? • To stay agile, business owners must often rethink what they truly need. We asked six entrepreneurs: What expenses have you realized your company is better off without?
Innovation Comes from Intrapreneurs • Employees say they’re unhappy. Companies are struggling to navigate massive change. The solution to both? It’s creating a culture of intrapreneurship.
Facing a Hard Choice? Get Out of Your Head • When we look at a decision through someone else’s eyes, change becomes a lot easier to make.
The Longest Scroll • Need to see more of what you’re working on? Get a screen that turns vertically.
Don’t Compete. Differentiate! • Want to scale your business? Stop worrying about the competition, and focus on these three areas instead.
100 Women Of Impact • Our annual celebration of the women leading today’s most influential, innovative companies, and changing lives while they’re at it.
Eva Longoria • became famous as an actress, but her real mission was to be the boss—and then give opportunities to women who might never otherwise get them.
THE ROUNDTABLE ON Franchising • As franchise leaders, what do you think is the biggest challenge facing the industry, and what are you doing to solve it?
Bertha González Nieves
She Needed an Investor. So She Became One • Fearless Fund cofounder Arian Simone knows firsthand how hard it is for women of color to raise money. So after many setbacks and reinventions, she transformed herself into the solution she’d been looking for.
THE ROUNDTABLE ON Technology • The pandemic changed so much about how consumers engage with tech. What do you think happens next, and where are the opportunities for tech leaders today?
Noncompliant and Defiant • Working as a doctor, Toyin Ajayi witnessed how the healthcare system fails traumatized patients in marginalized communities—down to the language it uses to describe them. She started Cityblock Health to change the equation.
THE ROUNDTABLE ON Diversity • Where are the major blind spots in diversity, equity, and inclusion, and what can small businesses do this year to address them?
THE ROUNDTABLE ON Retail • Where do you think the untapped opportunities in retail and e-commerce are today?
Want Change? Walk into the Fire • Pernod Ricard North America owns many of the world’s most recognizable alcohol brands. Its CEO, Ann Mukherjee, lived through alcohol-related personal tragedies. In her opinion, that’s why she’s right for the job.
THE ROUNDTABLE ON Investing • Female entrepreneurs suffered setbacks last year, with investment in women-led startups dropping to just 2.3 percent of VC funding. How can we fix that?
You’d Better Have a Strong Answer • As the CEO of Wondery, Jen Sargent is in the business of making hit podcasts that push the creative envelope. But Wondery is owned by Amazon, one of the most logic- and data-driven companies in the world. How does she make it...