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If you’re like most people who have managed projects, process and people, you didn’t learn how to become a manager in a classroom. If you were lucky, you had a good boss from whom you could learn. As an entrepreneur though, how can you build on your experience to become a better manager when you have no one’s example to follow?
Charles Plant became an entrepreneur before he was 30 and had to learn to be a manager the hard way, by making mistake after lonely mistake. This Best Practices session outlines the seven things he wished he had known when he started managing and how he eventually learned them.
Video link: http://vimeo.com/41313552