4 Ways To Make Entrepreneurship Become Your Life’s Work

Wanting to start your own business is a worthy and compelling goal. Knowing that you want to start a business and actually doing it, however, are very different things. As anyone who has braved this path can tell you, figuring out how to work on the business and in the business at the same time can be a tricky endeavor. There are many paths to entrepreneurship and not all require great levels of risk-taking and start-up capital. In fact, getting started is easier than you think!


Why Having The Right Team Matters

Are you a Founder who thinks you can do everything? You probably can. But is doing everything the best use of your time? On any given day you are working on your company’s product/service while building and running the company. While it can be challenging to find the right people, let alone trust them to execute your vision, having the right team makes everyday happenings become major milestones and successes. All with you at the helm.

Product Launch

Iterate. Go Away. Deliver.

Too many organizations spend too little time iterating, testing and validating before building products. As a consulting firm, we are often engaged after a client has had several costly product launch failures. These clients were simply moving too fast without a strategy and learned too late that their biggest opportunities would be revealed only after some analysis occurred. We feel compelled to share some lessons learned to help you avoid similar pitfalls.

Organization Design

Organization Design & Hiring

You’ve launched your company and are working on the next big thing when your board approves your hiring budget. You post on social media about the 50 engineers you needed yesterday and begin fielding inquiries while a feeling of desperation sets in. In today’s fast paced startup world, how you search for talent and who you attract to your team are two of the most important steps in growing your company.

Healthcare Applications

Product Management & The Nuances of Digital Health Apps

Creating digital health applications requires product managers employ a unique and specific skill set, one that is often only learned by effective collaboration with clinical and administrative personnel. The learning curve can be very steep! Learn how to succeed creating products and services that transform healthcare through technology in this live talk.