How Small Company CEO Learns to Hand Off Responsibilty - J.T. Allen

In Chapter 7 of 17 in his 2011 Capture Your Flag interview, education entrepreneur J.T. Allen answers "What Has Been Most Challenging Handing Off Responsibility to Others?"  He shares stories about how he learns to be less directly involved and hand off responsibility as his company grows to over 100 employees.  He shares examples from growing a call center to hiring a CFO and how he went through the decision process.  J.T. Allen is the CEO and co-founder of myFootpath, a company that provides higher education online resources and call center services to help high school and adult learners choose academic programs in line with career goals.  Before myFootpath, Allen worked in strategy consulting for Ernst & Young.  He earned his BBA and graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.