Check out my blog post today on the International Institute for Learnings’ blog page:
To begin, let’s differentiate large traditional organizations from tech startups by identifying some of their typical attributes.
Large established organizations tend to be more risk-averse and have detailed processes in place. Usually, they apply the classic “waterfall” methodology to manage projects. While this method is well-understood, it involves very specific steps, long timelines, and lots of paperwork.
Conversely, tech startups tend to be risk takers -they have to be- They’re usually creating a “disruptive”product or service in a highly competitive market—something innovative that’s never been produced before.
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