Startups often spend scarce time and resources trying to attract funding to upscale operations.
Recently, a veteran business builder pointed out that organizations that take money for operations usually end up losing the companies to their funders within three years. The funders have no clue how to operate their new company.
Rationalizing income to expense can go the other way. What if you planned your projects to match resources?
Perhaps prototypes with fewer features, or development delivered in fewer weeks?
Innovation is a sprint and even I get seriously winded in the second hundred yards. (sarcasm font)
Sroc famously said, “I’m as fast as I ever was...between two telephone poles.”
There are incredible bargains in newer technology resources. Just because you haven’t used them doesn’t justify wasting money.
If you haven’t got something customers want, how do you justify your salary?
It’s a different economy. Figuring out how to succeed requires hard study.
What can you deliver by Wednesday?