In the early stages of your business, you may feel that you have a handle on every aspect of the company: it’s small, manageable, and, as it begins to grow, you enjoy your direct involvement with every factor that plays a role in both its short-term and long-term functioning.
Eventually, however, you’ll no longer be able to maintain involvement in every facet of your company. There will come a point where you realize you can’t stretch yourself any thinner. At this point, your natural inclination might be to hire more employees. While this is a viable solution in many cases, it is also important to stop and think about the needs of your company and whether they can be better fulfilled through outsourcing rather than bringing on more in-house team members.Read More