Digitalization or death: how Russian retailers fit into the new realities of trade
Venera Shaydullina talks about the digitalization trends of electronic and offline trading, cites the 5 most promising technologies that will have a strong impact on e-commerce in the near future,…

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Can trainings “put out a fire of a business”?
Denis Sidenko talks about situations where employees and business executives will really benefit from attending a variety of trainings - from time management training to team building skills - and…

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How I sold cookies to the Russian Army, kindergartens and large chain stores
An entrepreneur from Khabarovsk bought a tiny cookie production line. I found a recipe, put together a team and cheerfully got down to business. And after a couple of months…

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How to love criticism and make the company more creative

Although much is said about the benefits of criticism, often this very word carries a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how, by adapting the critical assessment method used in the creative field, companies can not only make criticism an effective tool for improvement, but also develop their creative potential. Continue reading

Avoiding Court, or Mediation for Business

Ekaterina Shvets talks about the alternative possibility of dispute resolution with the participation of a mediator – the mediation procedure, lists the positive and negative sides of this method of conflict resolution for business
The Russian doctrine of resolving disputes today, as well as over many decades, traditionally prefers the judicial mechanism for protecting violated rights and interests. Continue reading

Risks of transferring employees to individual entrepreneurs and self-employed

We talk about the main risks for an employer company that transfers its employees to self-employed and self-employed, and explain how to protect yourself from possible penalties from the tax authorities
Interaction with an individual entrepreneur on the basis of a civil law nature from a tax point of view for an employer can be significantly more profitable than hiring an employee under an employment contract. Continue reading

“Give Mark money!”, Or How Facebook's Appetites Have Changed
First ad Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly emphasized that he did not create Facebook for money. However, the monetization of the project began quite quickly. Already in the year of foundation…

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Who is robbing you and your company right now
Irina Narchemashvili, financial director of ATManagement Group, describes three ways to “leak” money from the company and explains how to prevent employees from robbing themselves and stop stealing from themselves…

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How to make money on hype: 5 "not"
The ability to catch a hype wave has become a trump card in the struggle of brands for the attention of the audience. High-hype advertising is distributed on a viral…

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OKR in the company, or Two tools to advance towards ambitious goals
Natalya Gulchevskaya talks about two tools within the company's management system for key results and goals (OKR) - visualization, progress meetings; shares personal experience of its implementation At the first…

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