It seems all companies are angling to adopt the “start-up” mindset these days (even President Obama throws the term around regularly). But for most start-ups, the main goal is to eventually become an “end-up.” John Maeda outlines the different mindsets in a recent post for Gigaom:

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By John Maeda

There’s a lot to be learned from one another.

End-ups have learned to manage scale, and have accumulated wisdom over time; start-ups have the benefit of the agile beginner’s mind. The challenge for both is to seek greatness by learning from each other.

Read the rest of the lessons here

  • http://www.scoop.it/t/daily-clippings/p/4016648973/2014/02/26/float-like-a-start-up-sting-like-an-end-up Float Like a Start-up, Sting Like an End-up | D...

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