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Chris Pehura

When I read the title of this article — I couldn’t help but think of “how to stop a good company from ending up like Google?”

I worked with companies that had a 100% engineering mentality — and they felt comfortable sharing and building on good ideas. I worked at companies that had a 100% sales mentality — and both good and bad ideas were in competition with each other.

The ability to do deep analysis seems to be a crucial factor for getting good ideas in play.