Cutouts


Leaving a big company job for a startup can rejuvenate your career    

written by Jensen Harris. added 10 months ago by @icyflame ARCHIVES

work productivity technology culture    

Big companies are necessarily full of people whose primary job it is to carry information from one meeting to another, from one department to another. Middle managers and PMs, in particular, are often defined by this type of work. Startups don’t have this kind of “info pusher” job. They can’t afford to, and they’re not big enough to need it. Everyone is responsible for making something, building product, owning decisions, selling something, hustling. You can’t just show up at the meeting and “seem senior.” Big company folks sometimes flame out at startups because this kind of individual work is not what they actually want.

Cutouts is an open source application. Code licensed under the MIT license. Copyright 2018 Siddharth Kannan