Jane Ruffino: Why Slack attack points way forward

Let’s make 2016 the year we build great teams

3rd January, 2016
Unreasonable start-up chief executives want it cheap, and they want it done yesterday

Last year, Slack was – deservedly – the darling of the tech industry. Everyone wanted a product that compelling, everyone wanted content and communication that flawless, pricing that smart, and growth that out of control. The problem is that unreasonable start-up chief executives also wanted it cheap, and they wanted it done yesterday.

If 2015 was the year we all wanted Slack’s results, then let’s hope 2016 is when we finally do what Slack did:...

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