Not sure if your data analytics are quite where they ought to be? Here are 12 questions you can ask yourself to determine where you stand.
- By now, nearly everyone has access to big data. So what sets you apart will be your ability to leverage that data to your advantage. But how do you know if you’re there? Or even on the way? In this post at Occam’s Razor, Avinash Kaushik helps you assess your culture to see if your data analytics are up to par.
In a sea of startups, you’ll be tempted to spend on shiny things you can showoff; Wistia CEO Chris Savage preaches founder frugality instead.
Ping-pong tables, fancy conference rooms, hi-tech desks, kegerators. None of these are uncommon sights to see in the offices of brand new startups across the country. But other than cultivating an image of cool, they don’t add anything to your company and detract from your bottom line. Wistia CEO Chris Savage went to great lengths in practicing founder frugality and believes his company is the better for it, as he explains in this interview at Growth Everywhere.
Plenty of things are going to change as your company grows, and that can make certain scaling problems harder to anticipate.
Scaling is great. After all, it’s the goal of nearly every startup. While you might start with an idea and a few people around a table, you hope to one day fill a floor or even a whole building and have a small army of customers. But as you grow, things change, and that includes the way you tackle and prepare for certain inevitable hiccups. Jason Cohen gives you ample forewarning on scaling problems in this post at A Smart Bear.