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Management and Talent

Can Uber Be Saved? Here’s Why Rosabeth Moss Kanter Says Yes

By | Speakers & Authorities, Management and Talent

Uber is, in many ways, the quintessential startup story – one that will be studied, analyzed, discussed and debated for decades to come. But there is every chance the ride-hailing pioneer turned cautionary tale will be revered less for how it has harnessed technology to disrupt 21st century transportation than for the toxic culture that triggered its leadership crisis…

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Morale at Startups: Why Growth Matters

By | Management and Talent, Entrepreneurship

Startups live and die by their culture. And not by the ping-pong tables or the all-night coding sessions, but by the cultural infrastructure put into place by the management. According to a new Harvard Business Review article, 70% of startups see their employee morale dive in year three or four, and the size of this decline is directly associated with the company’s level of growth.

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