Earlier this week, Insider published an interesting article on the new initiatives at GoPuff. “Last year, the rapid-delivery company Gopuff started adopting the Amazon playbook for running warehouses — and that included grilling managers over why workers were taking bathroom breaks.”
Thank you for another informative blog. I am curious for opinion on example like Snowflake? Does it qualify to have developed the muscles of both growth (undisputed) but also sign of efficiency? (from its young life as a public company in the past 2 years post-IPO).
Professor, what a great article and resume for those who work at startups companies. A daily challenge we leave and constant trade off we have to take to shift the strategy while growing. I say is like try to change the tires of an airplane while taking off.