What is a project and what is not
That’s the only thing that makes sense
The role of the CTO isn’t necessarily to be the all-knowing programmer. Instead, it’s up to the CTO to make sure that the product is built in the right way.
This means there’s less coding and more designing, documenting, and communicating. All those require a great deal of knowledge, but also a good understanding of business goals and other concepts most programmers would much rather leave behind.
Preparation Meets Opportunity
The first impression is often the most important, especially when meeting a prospective client. How you behave or what you say may have a particularly great impact on sealing the deal or forming a successful business relationship. So it’s imperative to show ourselves in the best light from the very beginning. We take notes and show clients our propositions. However, as it often turns out later — we didn’t understand their vision properly.
How to avoid such situations and make sure we and our Clients don’t lose nerves and time?
Business processes maturity
Stagnation, lack of development is something no business can afford, especially in its early days. Entrepreneurs often wonder if they’re heading in the right direction, and where the company is on its business journey. How to check it?