You’ve heard the advice before: You’re a small company, act like one. Yet more and more entrepreneurs tend to think of their businesses as a small version of a large company – and they plan and hire accordingly.

Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank, in this entrepreneurial though leadership lecture at Stanford University, points out the folly of this path and explains why segregating your company early on can be disastrous.

http://ecorner.stanford.edu/swf/player-ec.swf