The success of a startup depends in a special way on the cooperation of all employees. Only when everyone pulls together with the founders can the ambitious goals be achieved. Motivation alone is not enough for working in the startup. There is a need for more skills, including communication, perseverance, integrity and innovation. Startups go through different stages of development. In each startup phase different skills of employees can become relevant. This is where the personnel policy of the startup has to adapt.
But also the employees have to pay attention to this aspect and to select their work priorities wisely. Further education is also an important success factor in startups. Professional competence and social skills can be professionally extended, e.g. through special coaching or mentoring programs. In light of the globalization of the working world, it should also be noted that intercultural competencies are particularly important in startups. If all this is taken into account, startup success is much easier.