SINGAPORE (Jan 29): In their early stages, start-ups generally pay less and provide fewer employee benefits than companies in the corporate world. However, they still attract their share of talent, as start-ups typically offer a vital environment that allows for exponential learning and development. But what happens when a venture founder turns out to be a micromanager? It can kill morale, growth and, soon, the start-up itself. Having co-launched more than 20 start-ups, I have seen it first-hand.

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