7 Steps to Manage a Large Team in a Hypergrowth Company

Managing Teams in Hypergrowth Company


  • 7 Steps to Manage a Large Team in a Hypergrowth Company

    Mohit Chaudhary

    Mohit is an Engineer turned tech blogger. He loves diving deep into the tech space and has been doing it for the last 3 years. He calls himself a cinephile and plays badminton in his free time. For more information, you can connect with him on Linkedin or Instagram.

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, a team is considered a large team if the team has at least 20 people to manage. But the criteria for calling a team a large team can be different in different organizations. If the team is large enough and constructive interaction is becoming difficult in the team, it can be considered that the team is large.

Five rules to form an effective team are:

  • Treat everyone with respect
  • Give constructive feedbacks
  • Celebrate team member’s accomplishments
  • Address conflicts as soon as possible
  • Acknowledge everyone's work

Here are Seven steps to organize a large team:

  1. Communicate with each team member
  2. Delegate
  3. Feedback
  4. Encourage independent working
  5. Make a mentorship model
  6. Rethink communication methods
  7. Make data-driven choices

5 R's of teamwork are: Results, Roles, Responsibilities, Relationships, and Rules.

Five elements of an effective team plan are:

  1. Common purpose
  2. Shared values
  3. Independence
  4. Mutual accountability
  5. Success Recognition

The benefits of a large team are:

  • More ideas can be generated
  • Greater range of ideas and opinions
  • More people available to get tasks completed
  • More networking and socializing opportunities
  • Greater opportunity for sharing skills and knowledge
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