Risk is a constant for entrepreneurs but so is the risk-averse nature of lawyers. My friend and colleague Jim Schleckser addresses this dichotomy in the following article.
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Recently I’ve heard a lot of people in the startup community discussing “fake it until you make it” for CEOs. I certainly understand how the concept started.
Jim Schleckser of the Inc. CEO Project and I have proposed a SXSW 2016 session on “How Should CEOs Really Spend Their Time?” Voting ends September 4.
There is a constant theme in the business world: Some enterprising individual uncovers a new way to make money and makes a fortune.
If you’d like to watch my SXSW presentation on the CEO role, here are three of the videos edited into manageable chunks.
Some CEOs and leaders avoid bureaucracy as too stifling, but are flatter hierarchies necessarily better?
I firmly believe that a company founder can become a great CEO with the right knowledge and skills. This is the topic of my upcoming presentation at SXSW on Friday, March 13: http://schedule.sxsw.
I’ve been using this graphic to describe the stages of a company in the context of the CEO role.