Management

A-level teams with B-level ideas succeed. B-level teams with A-level ideas fail. This course provides a comprehensive roadmap for building a standout team, teaching everything from hiring to structure, compensation, and culture.

Jessica Alter Entrepreneur & Advisor

May 20th, 2015

We're thinking of hiring someone that's run their own startup several times. They are awesome culturally and can definitely handle the job. One of... More

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Natalie Balt Cofounder/CTO at CrewUp

November 20th, 2015

Before having a meeting is it important or necessary to ask for agendas prior to the meeting? Does this help with efficiency? Or is it just added... More

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ivan ner HR Manager at VR

October 1st, 2016

Let's say the company has not gotten to the point of break even, it is located in NYC and it has 4 members on the management team after raising $5M... More

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Anonymous

March 27th, 2015

Been thinking quite a lot lately about who CEOs/Founders go to for support and as a sounding board. To share big things or big concerns, It isn't... More

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Anonymous

April 13th, 2015

I saw a tweetstorm/article that Lane Becker, Cofounder of Get Satisfaction released... More

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Lucas Jaz

September 18th, 2015

We just raised an A and I'm the market for an executive coach.  It's not a "hire" I've ever made and they are not cheap. Aside from "what's... More

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Missy Miller Head of Growth at LiveBreathRight

February 24th, 2016

Currently trying to decide which, if any, virtual assistant service to try out - Zirtual, Clara, x.ai, FancyHands, etc. Has anyone had positive or... More

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Angel Otero Consultant en Freelance IT Consultant & Service Provider

October 24th, 2016

What killed most of the startups in the e-commerce business back in the 90s was bad programmers. A lot of those companies were started by business... More

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Anonymous

May 20th, 2016

I worked with someone for 4 months on a deadline presentation, we had a contract and a specific goal. He didn't communicate the challenges well and... More

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Deborah Chang

August 22nd, 2013

In my observation, when most startups begin, they are a group of two or three people working together in the room. There's little need to put in systems... More

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