Mark Suster from Upfront Ventures, an early-stage investment fund based in Los Angeles, has written an excellent series on how to run a governance board for an early-stage company. It’s great because it’s written for both management teams (i.e. founders and CEOs) as well as board members, and has a lot of honesty. It also serves to highlight why early-stage governance is so different to governance for later-stage established companies.
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