Team Building - Hiring Talent

What the greatest technology investors say about Team Building - Hiring Talent


The following is a list of the post titles by author under this topic.  Scroll further down this page to find the actual blog post by your selected author.   Author’s posts appear in reverse alphabetical order.  For example, following this list, Fred Wilson’s posts appear towards the beginning of the blog page, and Marc Andreessen’s posts appear towards the end of the blog page.   


Marc Andreessen:  Do Whatever is Required to get to Product/Market Fit

Marc Andreessen:  What Causes Success


Jeff Clavier:  Jeff Clavier: What I Look at When Investing

RON CONWAY (1 post)

Ron Conway: What Ron Conway Looks For in a Deal

BRAD FELD (1 post)

Brad Feld:  Brad Feld's Investment Criteria

BILL GROSS (2 posts)   

Bill Gross:  Lessons from Flops

Bill Gross:  Balance Entrepreneur's Strengths

ROB HAYES  (1 post)

Rob Hayes:  Red Flags: Signals Not to Invest  

 JOSH KOPELMAN  (2 posts)

Josh Kopelman:   Companies are Bought, not Sold

Josh Kopelman:  Invest in Teams that Adapt to Change

MIKE MAPLES JR.  (2 posts)

Mike Maples Jr.:  When a Team Meets a Market

Mike Maples Jr.:  Mike Maples Jr.: What I Look For


Basil Peters:   Basil Peters: What He Looks for in Successful Entrepreneurs


Naval Ravikant:  5 Main Qualities of an Exceptional Startup

MARK SUSTER  (1 post)

Mark Suster:   Early Stage Technology Investments Come Down to 4 'M's'

FRED WILSON  (11 posts)

Fred Wilson:  Sustainability by Fred Wilson

Fred Wilson:  Hire Slowly & Wisely, not Quickly

Fred Wilson:  What's the Magic

Fred Wilson:  What's the "Right" Monthly Burn Rate

Fred Wilson:  Building Product is about having the Right Team

Fred Wilson:  Management is Relevant when Building Usage

Fred Wilson:  Culture, Values & a Vow to a Great Workplace are Everything

Fred Wilson:  Where & How to Find Great Talent

Fred Wilson:  Fred Wilson: The CEO is responsible for hiring

Fred Wilson:  Fred Wilson: Hire for Culture & Fit

Fred Wilson:  Great VC’s Care Most About the Company