It’s rarely discussed but entrepreneurs interface with far more distinctly different groups of people than the traditionally employed. Between their social life, business operations and business organization, entrepreneurs are required to work with 14-15 uniquely different groups of people on a very regular basis. What makes this even more challenging is that these groups aren’t separated by common classifiers like race, gender or culture but by what resources are needed from the entrepreneur. These resources often require investment or trade in the areas of money, time and energy. Unfortunately, without proactive management of these groups, relationship risks are quite high and this calls for a streamlined solution.
PeopleGroups is a grouping system for entrepreneurs to better manage expectations of people they interact with most. It seeks to solve the unique problem of relationship risk by providing a model that enables proactive identification of people, their groups and systematization of relationship management. The system is divided into three categories including: