In retrospect, the early products themselves are barely recognizable today. Rather, passionate, analytical and relentless founders zigged and zagged their way to that elusive “product-market fit”, and these memos provide a glimpse of those winning entrepreneurs before they were famous.
Imagine if America’s public companies had listed on an exchange that ranked building a sustainable business a top priority. Trillions of dollars would have been redirected toward training employees, breakthrough research, strengthening corporate balance sheets and making needed investments.
There’s sort of an emerging sense behind the scenes of executives saying, ‘This is not going to be sustainable.’ No CEO should be surprised that the early productivity gains companies witnessed as remote work took hold have peaked and leveled off, because workers left offices in March armed with laptops and a sense of doom.
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Join us to celebrate the 2020 Forbes Cloud 100, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world. Tune in to experience the memorable discussions and thought-provoking ideas from CEOs, founders, and leaders on what’s driving today’s cloud economy forward.
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