Acting fast and slow
For many founders, the best thing about running a start-up is the speed of decision-making, but this also has its pitfalls
For many founders, the best thing about running a start-up is the speed of decision-making. Start-ups are lean, can act fast and hold this as a competitive advantage over huge companies that take forever to make any changes.
According to a recently published Harvard Business Review article, one of the four key behaviours distinguishing exceptional chief executives is deciding with speed and conviction.
“[We] discovered that high-performing CEOs do not necessarily stand out for making...
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