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Should the coach of your favorite college team develop and implement the game plan for this week’s big game against their rival without discussing the options with his offensive and defensive coordinators?
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Board resolutions are numerous issues to address as one creates and establishes a new company.
You are launching your startup! After reviewing the legal structures available, you decided on the LLC structure for your venture and have filed your Articles of Organization with the state. Now what?
There are two key factors to consider in order to be great startup advice from outside experts: Pick the right team, and always know what you want before you ask.
Here are three things that companies involved in early stage financing definitely shouldn’t go cheap on.
While there is no formalized list of “Thou Shall Not” items for start-ups seeking funding similar to the Ten Commandments, if there were, Thou Shall Not encumber your balance sheet with debt, would certainly make the list.
The hallmark of a great organization is not one that follows the plan precisely, it is the one that, when everything goes to hell, still manages to accomplish the mission. One dark rainy night on a muddy hillside in Germany, I learned what it meant to be a great organization.
If you can’t feed a team with two pizzas, then the team is too large. – Jeff Bezos. Investors want to invest in people more than products, because people make products.