Team Building, & the Use of the All-Encompassing Enemyby@David

Team Building, & the Use of the All-Encompassing Enemy

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Founder & CEO of Hacker Noon: Don't grow a company by popularizing an all encompassing enemy to scale a company. Great teams are built from a purpose for something, and not a purpose against something. True product-market fit is more accurately described as “monopoly.” In the quest to achieve product market fit (aka maximum profits extracted from X subset of population), uniting against a common enemy becomes the norm — until there is no more competition. Ultimately, if you go the all-encompassing enemy route, it might work… but you may just be the next tech conglomerate.

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