Everything that can go wrong, will go wrong. And they sure did last week at DelightChat.
Our app went down in production multiple times. We didn't manage to move fast and respond to customer inputs, or ship enough improvements to the app.
I think we have reached a stage in our company where how we have been working so far won't work for the next stage.
To reach the next stage, we must adapt and evolve. To do that, we must own our failures and missteps.
Extreme ownership gives you the power to change what's broken and drive progress.
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