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When you first start a business, you do whatever you can to survive and you find people who are flexible and can do as much as possible. But as your business grows, you need to consider how to improve processes and ensure that your expansion and actions are sustainable.
Some startups are never lucky enough to have the problem of scalability. That's because they don't do enough to manage the internal culture and ultimately never reach their full potential. So let's consider a few tips from Doug Bewsher, CEO of San Francisco tech firm Leadspace, who spoke to Forbes about what he's doing to ensure that the trajectory of his company continues onward and upward.
Bewsher told Forbes that when he first started working on Leadspace two years ago, he tried to fill the place with people who could roll their sleeves up and do anything, excellent generalists. But after two years in business, as the company finds its way in the world, processes need to be perfected and projections must account for longer time periods, and specialists become necessary. Here's how to approach a growing company.
If you have concerns about your startup's scalability or any other aspect of business operations, speak to a lawyer. Get guidance. Make sure you do the right thing for your company.
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