Alignment refers to the act of aligning different elements of an organization, such as its goals, strategies, processes, and resources, in order to achieve a common purpose or objective. It ensures that all stakeholders within the organization are working towards the same goals and objectives, and that resources are being used efficiently and effectively. It also involves communicating effectively, and creating systems and processes that facilitate collaboration and coordination across the organization.
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- Aligning Vectors: What Elon Musk Taught Me About Growing A Business
Dharmesh covers: • What’s A Vector? • Applying “Aligning Vectors” to Your Organization • How To Increase Progress Without Better People Or More Funding
- Are you out of alignment? Examining an often-misunderstood element of success
Camille explains how senior ICs sometimes get stuck because they don't know how to work on projects that are aligned with the success of the organization.
- Norms for a leadership team
Gaurav provides advice on how to make sure leadership teams don't drift apart and create silos: • Optimize for the business • People and trust first • Continuous, aggressive alignment • Over-communicate • Execute like a flat team • Teams are temporary, competency is permanent