The investors of your Business Plan want to find out who is the driving force behind the new company. They want to be able to assess whether the people in charge have the right characteristics for managing the new company. A careful team planning requires you to think about the skills, abilities, experiences and managerial capabilities that you will require to build and grow your organization.
When assessing the company structure you have planned it is also interesting to know which agreements or contractual connections
already exist with partners or with research institutes. Think about the skills, abilities, experiences and managerial capabilities you will require in order to build and grow your organization.
- What kind of leadership skills will you require considering the technical, operational and managerial aspects of business?
- If you have already identified these individuals, who are they? What are their experiences, educational backgrounds, and skills?
- Do you require leaders having industry expertise? Is this industry expertise available in your leaders?
- What will be their key result areas? How will you monitor their achievements?
- What salary benefits, equity and other remuneration you require to attract right leaders?
- An organizational chart if you have more than 10 employees, showing the management hierarchy and responsibility for key functions.
- List of any advisors, such as board members, accountants, and attorneys.
Make a copy using Google Docs-> File->Make a copy option.
Introduce your complete team. Explain the professional successes of each individual which make them valuable for the new project.
If you have already worked together successfully as a team, this is also well worth mentioning.
- Based on the personal abilities and knowledge of each individual work out who is best suited to which tasks and responsibilities in future. Any lack of skills should quickly be remedied.