Tel Aviv University-based venture capital fund TAU Ventures launched a program for managers in hyper-growth start-up companies. TAU Ventures, which invests in Israeli companies in their early stages, is launching a first-of-its-kind program that is providing managers of portfolio companies in stages of a hyper-growth with management tools and techniques that will help as they grow as leaders in their companies.
Israel has long established itself as the “Start-Up Nation,” but those small companies are similar to a falling star. They are usually equipped with a brilliant business model, impressive technological abilities and rich personnel capital. Early start-up achievers can run into a challenge as their organizational systems and management capabilities fail to stand up with the fast pace, and the result is the company is falling behind.
Usually, when a new start-up is established, the initial team brings in new employees. But as more people join, it becomes challenging to manage them all. Leadership positions remain empty, as most employees are not experienced enough. As hyper-growth settles in, the demand of the business outgrows the initial talent