Are You Ready to Go From Founder to Top Dog?

A Wall Street Journal article that features ideas and principles from Victor W. Hwang.

Victor W. Hwang, managing director at T2 Venture Capital in Portola Valley, Calif., also looks for what he calls “coachablility,” or a founder’s willingness to learn new management techniques as his or her company grows. “A bad sign is when a founder’s insecurity or ego gets in the way, which means that he or she is no longer thinking clearly about the needs of the company,” explains Mr. Hwang. “That’s when people start to lose confidence in the CEOs judgment.” Read it here.