9 Tips for Running a ‘Tween’ Company
October 17, 2016—Every company has a culture and, as a company grows up and takes on the awesome responsibility of more customers, partners and employees, the original culture needs to grow up along with that process. Let me tell you, culture is hard to change – especially if you don’t differentiate between the good culture and the bad culture, because there are both. When you hear comments like ‘we have always done it that way’ or ‘great idea, but you won’t convince the bosses,’ this might indicate bad culture and you should take steps to isolate it through new processes, peer-supplied alternatives or prioritization changes. Faster than you think, the bad culture will begin to recede.
– Art Landro, CEO of Sencha