The question is the answer.
Allow me to pose it to you: What are some ways someone can ‘love them first, ask questions later’?
February 23 2018
Teams are not families.
It’s common, particularly in the tech world, to see teams–regardless of strength or culture–referred to as ‘families’. In reality, the best teams realize they’re the supporter of families:
- Investing in strong bonds: we’ve talked before about how great teams want to be working alongside each other. But at the same time,
- Investing in their freedom: remote work beats ‘Foosball tables’ and free massages, for instance, because it enables members to spend more time with their families instead of in office buildings.
Teams that behave like families enable each other to thrive in their actual family units. No more Foosball.