Little habits to help managers with ‘Nothing Gets Done’ — Part 1

  1. Always summarize emails and messages and make sure to specify:
  • what exactly needs to get done
  • who is expected to do what

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Elena helps early startups learn how to manage teams in a light, simple and effective way and adopt a ‘just enough process’ mindset and results-only culture.

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Elena helps early startups learn how to manage teams in a light, simple and effective way and adopt a ‘just enough process’ mindset and results-only culture.

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