How to Think Like a Startup

My firm is four years old, and manages $675 million in assets. Yet even now, we still deliberately try to think like a startup -- and we think this is key to the firm's success.

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Kudos to those at the helm of affairs! Very often the bigger and more prestigious the firm, the more it gets bound by hierarchy and processes till sometimes it resembles a beureacratic set up. You need to be able to be dynamic in order to succeed in the real world and in order to continue to delight your customers. Way to go!
Posted by tasha123 s | Monday, October 28 2013 at 1:12PM ET
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