In Auditing that matters (which I strongly recommend for every internal audit practitioner or consultant), I have a chapter on making sure you have the audit team you need. Here is an excerpt from the start of that chapter. It talks about probably the most important skill I needed from every member of my team.
Business incubators are often on the radars of new businesses with no prior or current affiliation with any other business ventures. But despite its potential for broader applications, the incubator concept is often overlooked by fledgling subsidiaries or associated businesses of well-established entities.
More and more we’re seeing the modern workplace make the shift from a traditional, individualized office space design to something more open-concept and collaborative. Take a moment to Google a few innovative or up-and-coming companies in the communication or technology spheres. It’s very likely that one or more of these companies will offer a virtual tour of their office space for potential candidates, using words like “fun”, “innovative”, and “collaborative” to describe the working environment.