My latest article on Sharp Heels – “Start-Up Culture Basics”

These tips are helpful if you’re at an internal startup too!

3 Ways to Drive Impact and Stay Efficient 

Congratulations on your new role!  You’ve been brought in to a startup to fill a particular need, but no one is sure of where you should start, or what you should tackle first. However, don’t be surprised if everyone agrees, in a hyper-energetic way, that you’re now responsible for needing to have your tasks “done yesterday.”

So, it’s agreed: your first experience in a start-up can be overwhelming.  On the plus side: it’s an exciting change of pace; your work makes an immediate and tangible impact; and you’re working with a great bunch of people set on making a difference in whatever they are doing.  On the down side:  Roles aren’t well-defined; expectations and timelines may be out of synch; and you may have been brought in to fill voids that simply can’t be remedied overnight.  To read the full text of the article, please visit Sharp Heels.

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