The things you do might be intuitive to you – but if they confuse your team, you're in trouble. Here's how to build an operating manual to make your decisions clear to everyone.
Think like an artist, an analyst, and a skeptic to make better decisions.
The ability to solve tough problems isn’t an innate talent or a magic act – it’s a process. Learn a step-by-step framework to break down problems and solve them in a data-driven way.
Developing a brand purpose is a fundamental step for any company. Justin Lee shares how he uses the Section4 frameworks to uncover why his business exists.
We all know what a great presentation sounds like. But going up there and delivering one ourselves? That's a different matter.
Stop asking, "When will I get this by?" and start asking the five questions that matter for coaching great teams.
Former Netflix VP of Product Gibson Biddle explains how to build a product that delights, makes money, and beats the competition.
Unhappy workers have usually lost faith in their leadership's story. Here's how to tell a better one.
Everything you need to know to talk about Web3 at your next cocktail hour.
Have you ever set up a free trial to test drive a product before you bought it? We bet you have (and you might have even forgotten to cancel it after the week was up – oops).
In our workshop Driving Product-Led Growth, industry guru Wes Bush teaches you to use “try before you buy” tactics – like free trials, freemium, and demo modes – to capture customers long before they swipe their credit card.
Here, with Wes’ help, we share an easy-to-use framework for picking the tactic that’s right for your business.
Do you ever look at a company like Google or Netflix and think, “I know we could be that successful – if only we had their people on our team”?
The bad news: It’s impossibly expensive to recruit talent from the top tech companies.
The good news: You can develop this type of talent in-house, if you zero in on the skills that actually matter to drive business growth.
To help you, our research team looked at 100 of today’s top-performing organizations and identified the business skills that matter.
These are the skills that should be your top priority in talent development. So let’s get started.
What percentage of employees actually use the skills they learn in L&D programs at their jobs?
If these numbers sound rough, that’s because they are...
I was talking recently with a Section4 student, and I let him know that we would soon be giving members access to all our sprints for $995, about 1% the annual tuition of an MBA.
“That’s incredible,” he said. “I’m so excited – my mind is blown.”
Then he paused.
“Why are you doing that?”, which is a polite way of asking “What’s the catch?”
There isn’t one. And here’s the answer as to why.