A Collection of Web Pages About Building Your Business Team
Build Your Management Team – Entrepreneur.com
Building your team demands matching jobs to people’s strengths. That means giving people responsibilities according to skill level,
not based on how close a friend they are, or how closely related they are to you, or whether you just like their sunny personality…More at http://entrepreneur.com
3 Steps to Build the Right Team
I understand the urge to pursue your passions and that many entrepreneurs have limited funds, but you can’t do it alone.
Creating a startup and growing a business is a hell of a task and one that will require an entrepreneur to have many roles.
No one person has a skill set for every role and trying to take on everything yourself will hurt your company,
especially if you don’t build the right team around you…More at http://forbes.com
The Only 6 People You Need On Your Founding Startup Team
You may have a great business idea, solid financial backing, and optimistic market research,
but if your founding team doesn’t have the right balance of personalities, you could soon be closing up shop…More at http://fastcompany.com
7 Steps to Building the Team You Need to Start Your Business | Inc.com
If you have the wrong people on your team, or the team can’t work together, you have no chance of making an epic business,
no matter how great your solution. Witness the many memorable failure examples, including Friendster, Pets.com, and Webvan.
I see plenty of guidance of developing ideas, but very little on how to build the right team…More at http://inc.com
Select Your Strategic Planning Team – dummies
As you begin your planning process, you first need to identify who will be on the planning team.
From there, you can begin determining who will be department leads (if your organization structure calls for this level), and what team members to include.
The CEO naturally assumes a prominent role on the planning team…More at http://dummies.com
How to Build a Successful Team – Business Guides – The New York Times
You need a clear and measurable goal for what you want to accomplish.
“If you have more than three priorities, you don’t have any.”Jim Collins, author of the best-selling management books “Good to Great” and “Built to Last.”
If you ask enough top executives about their leadership style, you’re likely to hear a number of them say, “I hire the best people and get out of their way.”
It’s a good line that makes sense at a certain level. Hiring the right people is the most important part of building a strong team…More at http://nytimes.com