All young companies wish to grow into corporate success machines eventually 🏢⚙️🤓
With it comes a lot more resources to tackle everything from research, product development, communications, and operations.
These resources also allow them to specialise. Expertise in each given role, to carry out a particular task to its best ability.
What you get is a juggernaut, cogs in a well-oiled machine that keeps the engine humming, and going at speed in the direction of the executive team ⏩⏩⏩
But what corporations struggle with is precisely what start-ups excel at!
Operating at the bleeding edge requires deftness, being able to switch direction at a moment's notice, and make decisions at sufficient speed.
Traditionally, start ups are known to be nimble, quick, and agile 🐈 😼
Ever-ready to meet the needs of its market and customers.
A flatter hierarchy also allows decisions to be made a lot faster! So you're looking to 'get things done', with less layers of management, and interference.
But alas, the growing pains stage of a start-up requires specializing, and the days of the generalist founding team gets numbered. Leadership being funneled off into their specific departments to be built up.
So if start-ups want to become corporations eventually, what should corporations take away from start-ups?
Stay tuned as we explore how large organisations can learn a thing or two from budding young companies, of which ironically, they were fully on top of when just starting out ⛰️
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