Thriving in a Software Startup

David Chang says his MBA gives him a roadmap for helping an online-billing firm prosper

I don't set my alarm clock anymore. As a rule, I see little reason to greet each morning with a shrill "beep-beep-beep" aside from the occasional, unavoidable early meeting or call. Even so, I average less than six hours of sleep a night during the week, and I do keep some odd hours. Such is life at a venture-backed company, especially when it happens to be the fastest growing private software company in the U.S. over the past five years.

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