Taking care of business

Mayock, Patrick; Tackett, Megan
November 2008
Smart Business Chicago;Nov2008, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p8
An interview with Shelly Sun, founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of BrightStar Healthcare LLC, about business is presented. Sun says that she puts together an advisory board of people to keep her company running smoothly. According to her, hire slow and fire fast is the best guiding principle of any organization. She reveals factors contributing to a sustainable business.


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