As Will entered his office that morning on Monday at 7.30am his shoulders dropped. His assistant had laid neatly on his desk his schedule for the week ahead. Every single slot seemed to have been booked. As he took a closer look, meetings were scheduled one after another. All of them were internal meetings, rarely involving someone external. No reflection time and certainly no time to allow him to do what he liked best: grow the company!
The fourth in a series of articles from Cambridge Judge Business School discusses ‘the Founder’s limit’ and the impact it can have on growth companies.
Read the full article [smeforgrowth.co.uk]