Leadership
Building to Last: Jai Shekhawat on How to Stay Relevant During a Crisis

Plus: Jai shares his insights on creating success through a downturn and how he and his company not only survived the recession, but came out stronger on the other side.

by George Roberts
HR & Leadership
I’ve Been Through 6 Recessions. Here’s Everything I’ve Learned About Adapting.

We’re all being pushed to our limits by this pandemic, but those of us who are able to discern and take advantage of the opportunities it offers will stand a better chance on the other side.

by George Roberts
HR & Leadership
4 Ways for Leaders to Build Resilience

Workfront CEO Alex Shootman on leaning towards the obstacles, learning lessons and more.

by Alex Shootman
Leadership
Listen
Binge-worthy: Building to Last, a New Podcast for CEOs

In this new series, we’ve connected with people who have built SaaS companies through the limitations and challenges of a crisis and we asked their advice on how they’d advise CEOs today.

by George Roberts
HR & Leadership
How to Stop Having So Many Remote Meetings

Want to get a quick read on your company culture? Just look at your meetings.

by Darren Chait
HR & Leadership
How to Navigate Your Business Through an Evolving and Unpredictable Future

It’s not pleasant to think about what might go wrong, but it’s important to anticipate various outcomes so you can start planning.

by Alisa Cohn
Leadership
ICYMI: Meet Tope Awotona, Calendly’s Founder and CEO

Through rapid-fire questions, we’re getting to know the some of the most interesting and innovative personalities behind the greatest startups in the world.

by Casey Renner
HR & Leadership
Carol Meyers on How to Lead During a Crisis

As leaders, we need to dig deep in spite of our own stress and fears. We need to lead.

by Casey Renner
VC Insights
Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Business
When we at OpenView consider a company for venture funding, the Gross Margin is an important indicator of how profitable and...
by Konstantin Valchev