Ryan Martens, the founder and CTO of GOOD Company finalist Rally Software, recommends five books that have shaped his approach to business and life.
"Nobody really wants to own software, I don’t know why anyone would buy it at all. "
A 355 year-old German tailor offers a customer rewards program that uses fingerprint technology to distribute savings and rewards.
Wolf Olins and Rally Software are very different companies that share a commitment to a socially responsible culture.
The best team in football, the Green Bay Packers are also the only one that's community-owned.
A fan-owned sports team shows that community ownership can get get very competitive.
IBM, the IBM logo, are trademarks of International Business Machines Corp., registered in many jurisdictions worldwide.
The GOOD Company Project is our quest to find 40 businesses with between 100 and 1,000 employees that are working better and smarter for a smarter, better world.
IBM provides solutions that support, enable, and power midsized businesses all around the world. See how midsize businesses are the engines of a smarter planet at:
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