Comparing corporations and startups is quite difficult. These two business models differ almost everything - starting from the style of management, hierarchy, priorities, through finances, to the size of the unit. Because in the end it's a bit like comparing an ant with an elephant - it's possible, but sometimes it's difficult to find a common point of reference in all of this.
It turns out, however, that these differences are often only apparent. Not only that - huge corporations can even learn something from smaller, inconspicuous startups. And these will be the sciences not only translating into the atmosphere of work and its organization, but also the financial results of the company more