Video: When A Plan Doesn’t Work, Managing Through The Pivot

sn_watch_Paulina Fornalczyk

First time entrepreneurs are natural optimists. But all that positivity can be a detriment when it prevents you from recognizing that it’s time to change course.

Stanford Graduate School of Business Lecturer Robert Chess says there are signs that a company needs to pivot and ways to manage the process to help your start-up not only survive, but thrive.

Photo: Paulina Fornalczyk

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