Making the decision to go off on your own to build your own business is a daunting one.
Why Composability is the Key to Designing the Modern Tech Stack with HubSpot’s Scott Brinker
Launching a New Product from Scratch as a General Manager with Force Management’s Kathleen Schindler
The role of the General Manager is one that's always been intriguing to me, but I've had a hard time wrapping my arms around it.
It’s really tricky at an early stage company to know whether that new thing you’re building, that new process, that new report, that new piece of infrastructure is “good enough.”
One of the most interesting inflection points in a company’s evolution is when it becomes abundantly clear to everyone on the team that it’s time to transition from scrappy start-up to scale-up.
When we started this show, we knew we wanted it to be unabashedly for operators, with expert guests sharing lessons from those who had been there, done that.
It’s really quite refreshing when you see people being vulnerable about their own struggles in a professional environment.
When you stop and think about it, it’s pretty crazy that our entire mindset around work has been completely challenged in just a few short years.
Most Ops teams are notoriously strapped for resources. We scrape and we claw to build our teams, and design them to make meaningful impacts on our organization.