One of the biggest pressures on founder and early-stage teams is time. While stage-appropriate, integrated impact management can be streamlined into existing management practices, there will be at least some additional effort and attention required to establish them. In the early-stages confusion on how to do this can be distracting and overwhelming. This is amplified by the 'newness' and unfamiliarity of impact management practices in mainstream venture and a surge of certifications, surveys, and frameworks vying for adoption in the private sector. The noise, heightened sensitivity to missteps, and little clarity on what to do next, can be distracting to management.
<aside> 👉 Explore the rest of the FAQ: What is impact and why should I think about it? What are the benefits of understanding and managing impact? What are the risks of ignoring impact? Should I incorporate as a Benefit Corporation?
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