“The right things” probably don’t change much as your business evolves and grows. But “the right way to do them” often does. More often than not, we don’t lack “knowing” but we do suffer from “not doing.” So how can we lead and manage (two discrete functions) and sustain success and continuous improvement. Here is a thought-provoking piece from Boston Business Journal by Ingar Grev that includes some very practical action-steps you can take to help you. This piece is not the be-all, end-all on leading and managing a growing business. A single thought-leadership piece like that is very rare if it exists at all. But what is available and effective are thoughtful pieces that may have information or direction that is right for and easily adoptable by you.
And if you are intrigued by the suggestion to “get a coach or mentor,” I encourage you to contact me to explore that option. I would love the opportunity to help you and your business achieve your success.