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​Innovation: Process or Secret Sauce?

“The Big Idea” is neither and both.Ramona Liberoff heads Nielsen’s Innovation Practice. A well-recognized visionary, Liberoff has made business model innovation her strongest suit, and one spannin...

A Quick 4x4 on Success: Four Entrepreneurial Women’s Advice on Four Business Basics

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What do an intimate apparel giant, a Tony Award-winning choreographer, an American Music Award-winning rapper, and a nationally-recognized life coach have in common?

Managing Your Emotions after Maternity Leave

HBR Blog NetworkManaging Your Emotions After Maternity Leaveby Hilary Pearl | 10:00 AM August 19, 2014This article was originally posted on Harvard Business Review.When you're a new mother, it feel...

The Law of Unintended Consequences

One step forward, two steps back. No sooner do female professionals burst through the glass ceilings within their respective firms, our attention is refocused on professions mired in gender equality.

When Crowdfunding Falls Short, Try, Try Again

It’s never been easier to connect with people. Sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo and GoFundMe make finding like-minded people to support your idea more feasible than ever.

How to Develop a Company Culture Where Working Moms Thrive

While many women are leaning in at the office, others are opting out due to a lack of flexible scheduling, paid family leave, and affordable childcare.

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12 Leadership Lessons for Women Entrepreneurs: Don’t Be a Consensus Leader. Be a Conviction Leader.

Meera Kaul embodies the essence of role-model woman entrepreneur. Through her homonymous donor foundation, she sponsors financial investment and social support to countless women.Kaul’s corporate e...

Thought Vision Was Just Fluff? Think Again.

I used to think that vision was mere “fluff” - not worthy of much work and time. It was more important to execute and provide products or services because those were more measurable and important.

Thinking About Reentering the Workforce? 4 Things You Need to Know

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Let’s say you were on top of your professional game. Maybe you were head of marketing at a major firm or perhaps you were a senior analyst with a deep portfolio of research. Then, you decided to ta...

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10 Tips to Momtrepreneurship

Allison O’Kelly was on the hunt for her own flexibility. A Harvard graduate, CPA and mother of young children, O’Kelly is now giving this gift back to professional moms who want to e...

4 Signs You Shouldn't Take a Job

A CEO I interviewed with the last time I was job hunting called me the other day, asking if I’d still like the job.I said no, but thank you. What I wanted to say: are you serious?

Is Starting a Family Your Next Career Move? 4 Steps You Need to Take Now

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Life is always a balancing act, and the decision to start a family while managing a career is one of the best examples of how true this statement can be. Many women face not only the upcoming chall...