Why startup founders have to adjust to become successful CEOs

11/11/2013 | Quartz

Some of the same leadership practices that help get a startup off the ground could backfire once a company switches into growth mode, writes Jim Alampi, founder of Alampi and Associates. "[T]he 'seat-of-the-pants' management style that worked well in the early phases will never sustain itself in an established company," he writes. This can be a difficult transition, and startup founders who aren't ready to switch gears might be wise to bring in somebody else to act as CEO, Alampi writes.

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