Business is cooperation.
Business inspires all of us to work together, and to win together.
Business lets us manufacture in Singapore and ship to Barbados through locks engineered in Panama, financed in Switzerland.
Business links all of us together.
Business enables a physician in Nairobi to use a computer designed in Cupertino to order medical supplies conceived in Berlin from a factory operating in Shenzhen.
Business is Ubuntu, the Zulu word meaning "I am because we are."
Business allows each of us to specialize in what we do well, while resting confident that we can get the things we need from other specialists.
You have a great product. How do you get the market to buy it?
Should you hire a team of in-house software developers? How about outsourcing overseas?
You already have a successful business. How do you make it bigger?
How can leaders grow a company when critical talent is so tough to procure?
You just sold a business. What’s next for your career?
You have an idea for a great startup. What should you do next?
You’re running a large, successful enterprise. How do you extract value so you can move on to your next venture?