by Vijay Anand (proposing) on Friday, March 1, 2013
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What is the right way to build the culture of your enterprise? 1. Steady - show up to work everyday approach? 2. Creative, and flexible timings and long working hours approach?
What works? What doesnt?
There are two schools of thought: The Business Class would say that Entrepreneurship is a tedious repetition of the same - over and over. 90% of things we do in business are things we dont necessarily like to do, but have to. The 10% makes up for it all. It also says that building value, means consistent effort each time - most days, simply showing up.
The other, new age class follows the approach of the creative class - goals, not deadlines. Commitment, not proximity constraints. Flexible timings, long working hours - seems to be the trend of the startup world.
Is there a right or wrong way about this?
- Experience running a startup for atleast a year or so.
- Managed a team of atleast three people.
- Research on what are the two different thoughts and why some work, some dont. Have talking points.
Vijay Anand, is the Founder of The Startup Centre (www.thestartupcentre.com)