Investor and entrepreneur Peter Thiel wrote, “Zero to One,” about innovation and bringing something new to the world. This phase of a company, the team and people behind the product, requires a certain way of thinking. You’ll feel the spirit of it in the scrappy startup mentality. Successful startups go from zero to one, and grow past it into a business.
Going one to a hundred requires a different way of thinking than zero to one. Gone are the days that anyone could tap an entire department on the shoulder and ask for a quick status update. Now, each department has many people and different projects, thoughts, and priorities. Even Facebook changed its motto from “Move fast and break things,” to a much less catchy but more practical, “Move fast with stable infra.”
The thinking and processes that got you here, from zero to one, won’t get you there, from one to a hundred. And you can probably already feel your teams drifting apart. But you already know this.
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