Navigating the Great Resignation

Navigating “The Great Resignation” and Lessons from a Lighter Capital portfolio company, by Melissa Widner, CEO Lighter Capital. Learn about mentor leadership & how to retain top talent.

Silos in the workplace

Silos and Turf Wars: How to Break Down Silos in the Workplace

Now that we’ve covered the various causes of organizational silos, we discuss how to break down silos in the workplace and prevent them from occurring altogether.

organizational silos in business

Silos and Turf Wars: An In-Depth Look Into the Causes of Organizational Silos

Now that we’ve covered what organizational silos are and why they exist, it’s time for a more in-depth analysis of the common causes of organizational silos.

organizational silos

Silos and Turf Wars: What are Organizational Silos and Why Do They Exist

What are organizational silos? How are they formed? Why are organizational silos bad for a company? Find out all this and more in our 3-part series on Silos and Turf Wars.

business meeting

How to Conduct a Business Meeting Your Employees Won’t Hate

Let’s be honest, business meetings are boring. Today, we review how to conduct a business meeting in a manner that keeps employees engaged and motivated.

Startup CEO

On Being a Startup CEO – Roles, Responsibilities and Priorities

What is the role of a startup CEO? What are the CEO’s responsibilities within the startup and what should be prioritized? The truth is, it depends.

Debt Capital

Alternatives to Venture Capital: Debt Capital vs. Private Equity [Infographic]

This article covers alternatives to venture capital for funding a startup and compares the pros and cons of choosing debt capital over private equity.

Bookkeeping Startups

Why Fast Growing Startups Can’t Ignore Good Old Fashioned Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping may seem passé or a necessity to simply outsource and forget about, but that’s far from the truth. In reality, bookkeeping is more essential than ever for startups whose prospects are determined by very specific values that show the reality of their business situation.