In running successful businesses, entrepreneurs like Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg have a culture they inculcate in their staff along with operational principles that are crucial to the realization of company targets. Don Ressler and his business colleague Adam Goldenberg are keen on laying this foundation in their business engagements.
Openness and Accountability
Like any wise businessman, Ressler and Adam make their staff feel right at home. They encourage them to make decisions as though they were the owners of the business. They feel that once staff in leadership is thus motivated, they are not limited in creativity and in delivery. At the same time staff is expected to be open and accountable for their decisions and actions. Personal improvement is something Ressler deems important to staff in his enterprises. Apart from prioritizing personal growth, Ressler also encourages reduced bureaucracy in the work place.
Easy Like Sunday Morning
Synergy in the work place is realized when workers feel at ease in the office and operate in a friendly atmosphere. Light hearted experiences are encouraged since they motivate staff and make work days something to look forward to as opposed to being viewed as a nagging chore that must be done. This is the atmosphere that staff at both TechStyle and JustFab enjoys.
Innovation is the backbone of progress and change. In order for staff to tap into their creative selves, they not only require motivation, but they must also be passionate about what they do. Without passion, Ressler feels that employees cannot deliver excellence in their assignments.
Without hard work, set goals cannot be realized. Ressler and Adam are serious about this quality. Hard workers are the building blocks of empires. Without hard work and team work success cannot be realized in team sports and in companies such as Ressler’s and Adam’s. Company success is a team sport and therefore everyone has to apply themselves in order for the company to realize yearly goals.
JustFab was registered in Mid-March of 2010. This was Adam and Ressler new investment. It did not take long for the company to grow after consulting with Matrix Partners JustFab made $33 million more. The company also received more funds from ‘Rho Ventures’ and later ‘Technology Crossover Ventures’. Later, JustFab’s business was also boosted by the contribution of ‘Intelligent Beauty’. This timely contribution propelled JustFab to international waters. JustFab is now licensed to operate in Germany, the United Kingdom and Canada. http://www.builtinla.com/member/adam-goldenberg