Living Entrepreneurship Blog / Tag: team performance

Babson Hatchery

“Share Yourself” – Life As a Student Entrepreneur

The following post is from Brendan Barbato ’17, founder of Shelfie, a spring 2016 hatchery business. Hi, my name is Brendan Barbato and I am a junior concentrating in entrepreneurship. Since my early childhood I have had an obsession with acquiring knowledge, building things, and taking products and enhancing them. Some of these things include:…

Babson Hatchery

Assembling a Team

The following post is from Finn Merrill M’16, founder of PilotHouse, a fall 2015 hatchery business. From the Beginning Enthusiasm and Partners –My business started during the summer before my MBA. I was then working at, Altenex, a small energy company based in downtown Boston. I quickly realized most of the people at Altenex were…

Antonette Ho

Working with Family and Friends

Starting a new business can be lonely. It is no surprise that many entrepreneurs seek to find teammates for their ventures to help them get their idea off the ground. But what happens when you enlist family members or friends? Where do you cross the line between personal and professional? On Tuesday, December 2, the…

Han Tran

Building Your Entrepreneurial Team

Success of a venture depends on feasibility – not just the idea itself, but the people. Building your entrepreneurial team is important when starting a venture. The Butler Venture Accelerator recently held a lunch and learn session on this topic as part of its Global Entrepreneurship Week. During this lunch and learn session, the process…

How start-up founders delegate while developing business

The power of a man is limited, but it is not as he has a team. As we know, the key to maximize team power is to delegate. The following questions are when to hands off, how to delegate, and how to guarantee performance. Three pieces of impressing experiences taught me answers to these three…