SingularityNET: SingularityNET's Culture | Introducing Hruy Tsegaye
Hello, my name is Alisa Gay, I am the CEO of Mindplex. So today I will share a couple of sentences that have touched my heart deeply. The first one is the one that says no one will feel bitter because I argued strongly to make a statement or to make my point. Now this statement, well of course, arguments that are controversial at first glance but for a healthy organization arguments as long as they are on the business and as long as they are going to end and that team members will have a couple of tea after the argument they should be tolerated in their healthy culture. arguments will help us to elaborate our ideas and arguments will help us to expand our understanding of our team members. But arguments has to be healthy. I mean as long as they have to be respectful, parties engaged in argument, they need to show respect to one another. They should refrain from name callings and it should never be personal. A healthy argument is a one that is focused only on the business and the healthy arguments objective is to make a point about an angle on the question. There should be nothing more, no hidden agenda or anything like that. The next two that I like another sentence which is from the red cards which is like a red flag and it says too much emphasis on hype and little regard for the product. So this is another excellent example which we should take caution. We should be an organization that is capable of creating a hype because hype are good when it comes to branding, promotion, creating a vision and aligning the team and the community under that vision. But the community and the market they also expect us to deliver a product. So there shouldn’t be too much emphasis on the hype regardless of the product. The emphasis should be on both the products and the hype. Thank you very much.