David Eaves, “The Science of Open Source Community Management”
In the beginning, there was just you and your partners. You did every job. You coded, you met with investors, you emptied the trash and phoned in the midnight pizza. Now you have others to do all that and it’s time for you to “be strategic.” Whatever that means. If you find yourself resisting “being [...]
Jason Nazar, co-founder and CEO of Docstoc, has spent years building his company from a small start-up to a sustainable and profitable business. Watch him break down ten steps he’s developed for starting, maintaining and growing an amazing business from the ground up. Listen to the ten greatest challenges entrepreneurs face, and how to master [...]
Lukas Duczko, serial entrepreneur and founder of SkrivaPå, talks about the challenges and experiences of building and managing a distributed team on a zero budget under a tight time pressure.
In this episode, Jay explains the differences between starting a business and the importance of the efforts in continuing to build and manage the business.
Some companies seem to have 100′s of engineers- what exactly are these people working on?? Do YOU need this many people in your business? Jay explains how the scaling of a project works.
Today Jay explains what all those C-Level executive roles really mean and how the hierarchy of an organization generally works.
Today Jay discusses what middle management is, and when to decide that you need it.
Kevin sits down with Philip Rosedale, founder of the online virtual reality world SecondLife, for a conversation about how far the internet and graphics technology has come, how to decide when to make the jump to become an entrepreneur, managing large teams to build products, the importance of transparency and how CEOs should hold themselves accountable [...]