Last week, I wrote down lessons I’ve learned on what and when to delegate. Today, I want to talk about some of the hard lessons I’ve learned about how to delegate. I’m...

It was on St. Patrick’s Day seven years ago that I first had the idea for what would eventually become Geckoboard. And no, I hadn’t drunk too much Guinness. ;) From t...

As a company grows, communication becomes more complicated. Whirling around in a chair to communicate key points to your team one-on-one just doesn’t scale efficiently...

When joining Geckoboard to lead the marketing team just under a year ago, I wanted to provide a focus for the team. I’m a big believer that a team aligned and focused ...

This is the first in a series of blog posts where we’ll discuss different frameworks for setting goals and objectives for your startup or company. Prioritizing compan...

Goal-oriented organizations are twice as likely to hit their targets compared to other companies who aren’t setting and measuring goals. To clarify, being goal-oriente...

As a company grows, it’s easy to lose focus on the primary business objective. Each team ends up vying for company resources to achieve their own priorities or worse, ...

The most effective sales tactics and strategies aren’t taught in textbooks, but rather by the people on the frontlines, doing the work and seeing the results. The peop...

Have you ever had that teammate who seems to know every software program inside and out? They know the shortcuts, tips, tricks like the back of their hand — the type o...

Ever wish you could crawl under a rock when someone mentions a ‘mandatory integration’ of a new software solution? You’re not alone. (Source: Kip and Gary, CA Techno...

Believe it or not, old school management is alive and well in a big way. In a recent survey, we found that only 10% of employees are aware of company progress in real-...

3 Signs you’re a Mushroom Manager and How to Stop

You may have seen the report we released the other day on Mushroom Management, a non-transparent management style where managers keep employees in the dark on company ...