19 February 2007


"First figure out your partners, then figure out what ideas to pursue. The most important thing isn't the market you target, the product you develop or the financing, but the founding team. Starting a company is like scaling an unclimbed face - you don't know what the mountain will throw at you, so you must pick the right partners, who share your values, on whom you can depend, and who can adapt."

Jim Collins, author of Good to Great as quoted in Fortune (February 19, 2007) Thanks to Tony for the link.

1 comment:

J Wrona said...

so true. 1+1=3.