"On the advice of Medvedev went into business": the story of a school teacher who opened her own business
As you know, recently Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev advised Russian teachers complaining about low salaries to change their profession and go into business: "This is a vocation, and if…

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"Everything is too chocolate, it doesn't happen": how TITANOF reached $1 million in revenue in a year of operation
Business without investment, pain Analytics and chemical personnel training-or how to reach $1,000,000 in revenue for 1 year of work. Alexey Shanaev, a young Russian businessman and founder of TITANOF,…

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"On the advice of Medvedev went into business": the story of a school teacher who opened her own business
As you know, recently Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev advised Russian teachers complaining about low salaries to change their profession and go into business: "This is a vocation, and if…

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Pros and Cons: How to Make the Right Decisions

Each of us makes decisions every day. What issues should be addressed first? What to devote more time today to internal meetings or external meetings. Much less often do we have to make strategically important decisions. Diversify a company? Dismiss or leave an employee? Cooperate with a particular company? How to make the “right” decision so as not to make a mistake? In order not to regret and not worry about the mistake made? Continue reading

What is profitable for small businesses: three life hacks from an entrepreneur
Denis Martynov talks about promising niches for the development of small business in Russia, within which you can build an effective business today: from a variety of integrators of services…

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How we solved the problem of losing employee motivation due to overtime
Overtime creates an excessive burden on employees who quickly become disillusioned with their work, lose motivation, and at best leave, and at worst drag the entire Department along with them.…

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“What did you get paid for at your previous job?”, Or How to identify a loafer at an interview
Irina Narchemashvili, financial director of ATManagement Group, shares her personal experience in the issue of employee selection, explains what questions it is important to ask potential employees and what conclusions…

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When subordinates fool you: a practical guide
If you are a Manager with at least 3 years of experience, be sure that your subordinates have already fooled you dozens of times. And if you are a Director…

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