Your start-up company’s innovative software release proves hugely popular. To meet future demand, your little firm must scale up to twice its size. How do you find, hire and train more engineers who are as worthy and connected to your culture as your current staff? How can you ensure that your new people will fit in? High-tech start-up experts Alexander Grosse and David Loftesness answer these and other related questions to expansion. They explain what small tech start-ups must do to scale up quickly, efficiently and profitably. Their discussion focuses on five core issues that firms encounter when they grow, and not just software firms but many others as well. Those issues are: hiring, people management, organization, culture and communications. getAbstract recommends their helpful manual to leaders of technology firms, software developers, high-tech experts and all team managers.
About the Authors
Alexander Grosse is vice-president of engineering at Issuu, a firm that specializes in digital publishing plans for companies. David Loftesness is a consultant for start-ups.
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