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How to develop your strategic thinking skills

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 23, 2016

You can become a more strategic thinker in part by focusing on the numbers executives care about and making time for deep thought, writes Bridget Frey of Redfin. Develop a thorough understanding of past projects at your company, and keep challenging yourself to concentrate on the things that really matter. Medium (09/20)


What is the truth behind Hampton Creek?

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 22, 2016

How to engage consumers when they aren't buying from you

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 21, 2016

Snapchat hopes to avoid Google Glass' fate

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 26, 2016

Embrace a 100-day development cycle

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 21, 2016

How Qualtrics' CEO manages his time

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 27, 2016

Jack Dorsey moves from one obsession to the next

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 27, 2016

Survey: Many millennials give up on startup dreams

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 23, 2016

Your product is not your strategy

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 22, 2016

The problem with too much collaboration

SmartBrief on Entrepreneurs | Sep 21, 2016


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