If your startup could host a commencement speaker when it graduates to the expansion-stage, who would it be? Here are 10 excellent candidates who would deliver insight, inspiration, and a healthy dose of practicality to prepare you for what comes next.
They’ll talk about what graduating students can expect in the coming years, what they need to remember and plan for, and what they need to keep in perspective when their paths inevitably take turns they didn’t plan for.
Which got us thinking — that actually sounds like advice many startups could benefit from, as well.
One of the greatest challenges that most B2B companies face, particularly those lacking the brand recognition and market traction of their biggest competitors, is figuring out how to drive high-quality leads.
Done right, outbound B2B lead generation can help lower costs, reveal valuable market intelligence, and allow you to identify and vet prospects before they move too far along your sales process.
When most people hear the word “Scrum,” they probably envision a mashing of heads and limbs on a rugby pitch. In the software world, however, Scrum means something very different.
Most often associated with product management and development, Scrum is an agile development framework for creating high-performing teams and vastly improved organizational productivity. And it’s not just for programmers and product developers anymore.
Our hearts go out to the victims of yesterday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon, and to the friends and family of those impacted by this tragedy. At this very difficult time for this great city that we call home, OpenView is committed to lending our support to the many people who have been affected.
OpenView’s Cultural-Fit-ology March Madness tournament came to a thrilling conclusion with HubSpot and SEOmoz locked in a battle to decide who has the “Best Company Culture in Tech.” The results are in and we have a winner.
After four rounds of head-to-head competition with some of the best names in tech, one company has emerged as OpenView’s first ever Cultural-Fit-ology champion.
It’s the finals of OpenView’s Cultural-Fit-ology March Madness tournament and only one company can emerge on top. Who will take home bragging rights for having the best company culture in tech? You decide.
It all comes down to this. We started with 16 of today’s top tech companies, each with a reputation for having incredible company culture and lines of aspiring employees wrapping around the block. Now two remain: HubSpot and SEOmoz. Only one will be crowned king of company culture.
We’ve reached the Final Four in OpenView’s Cultural-Fit-ology March Madness tournament. Who will be crowned the organization with the best company culture in tech? You decide by casting your vote!
And then there were four. Google, HubSpot, Dropbox, and SEOmoz. One of these companies will be the champion of OpenView’s first ever Cultural-Fit-ology March Madness Tournament. But first they have to make it through another tough head-to-head matchup in the semi-finals.
OpenView’s tournament to determine who has the best company culture in tech continues with the winners from Round 1 facing off for a trip to the Final Four. Cast your vote to decide who advances!
In the spirit of March Madness, OpenView selected 16 of today’s top tech companies — each with a stellar reputation for unique and exceptional company culture — to compete in a bracket-style tournament where readers vote to determine whose culture reigns supreme.
It’s that time of year. March Madness is sweeping the country and at OpenView we’re celebrating by pitting today’s top tech companies against each other in a winner-take-all tournament to answer one question: Who has the best company culture?
Company culture — it defines who businesses are and what they do, and many agree it is every bit as important as strategy (perhaps even more so) when it comes to laying the foundation for long-term success. But what makes great company culture? Is about mission and values, and conveying those things though unique policies and creative perks? Or is it really just about having a cool office and making it a fun and fulfilling place to work?
To dig deeper, we selected 16 tech companies that have each been widely acclaimed for their exceptional company culture, and we did what anyone who loves making comparisons this time of year would do: we made a bracket.