Culture, in itself, is a broad term. There are different interpretations given by corporate gurus about what a culture is. So what is the definition of Startup Culture?
Though start-ups became a phenomenon in India, it is a little hard to figure out the definition of startup culture. The culture of any company goes way beyond team lunches. In fact, it is a mixture of shared vision, work ethic, and values.
It is crucial for Founder to help employees understand the definition of the start-up culture of their company. Besides, the entire team should perceive the bigger picture and strive to achieve it together. Here Narayan uses 3 E’s, Empower, Express, and Energize to elaborate this definition of a start-up culture.
Ravi Narayan is an alumnus of IIT-M and USC, the current CEO of start-up incubator T-Hub Hyderabad. He mentored various start-ups as part of the accelerator programme of Microsoft. Moreover, he also acted as an advisor to state governments and also to national governments of Singapore and Malaysia. He is also an investor in various startups and helped them in the growth phase.
This video is part of the Start-up 101 series, where our experts provide guidance on all start-up bottlenecks. They are a series of crisp, straight to the point solutions to all the possible queries. It starts with the definition of a start-up and extends to investing, hiring, product development, and whatnot. Do watch the series in case you are planning to startup.