1. Get the important stuff on paper
As you grow, often the #1 concern is important details getting lost in the shuffle. If you don’t have your goals, progress and definition of who is responsible for key results captured in writing, you’ll never be able to hold your team accountable for delivering results. Check out a tool such as Weekly Update that adds some structure to your team’s weekly communication.
2. Ensure everyone understands their role
If the team doesn’t know what to focus on, they’ll end up stepping on each other’s toes. As you grow, continuously define everyone job responsibilities and KPIs (key performance indicators). Each team member should know if s/he is succeeding or not.