Google founder Larry Page has shared some of his views on what entrepreneurs must do in order to succeed. They must start off with the best possible talent recruitment and nullify all bureaucracy in the organization. Their actions must be quick to take off and easy to implement. Crazy ideas postulated by the founder must be paid heed to so that the best of these can actually be practically worked on. Learning is constant, so minor tweaks to improve must keep on continuing. While technology will increasingly become important, it must never trump corporate strategy but instead be an aid to achieve the latter. Incremental innovations will have minor business potential. The aim must be to develop substantial innovations. As Page himself was persistent about the Google Maps idea, similarly he falls entrepreneurs must not give up easily until their plans fructify.



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