I've always been fascinated by the indicators of a healthy product organization and how they evolve as a company scales. Here I connect themes from working at product orgs of different sizes – from a Series B company backed by Founders Fund, to Tesla, a rapidly growing company, then Google, a very mature company with billions of users.
I loved the framing of these. Jumping to execution really hits home. Especially in small orgs.
“Anecdotes as a prioritization scheme” — fantastic way to put it, love this. Your post really resonated with me, thank you for sharing.
Great post! Are the labels for the last chart flipped?