This video is part of the series of lectures by Sam Altman (President, Y Combinator) and Dustin Moskovitz (Asana Co-Founder).
In the previous video, Sam talked about generating a startup idea and transforming it into a viable product. But to do that, you need a resourceful workforce or at the least, Co-founder, who is good in decision making, acts fast and is almost never wrong. Building a talented workforce is often the most challenging task for any startup. Many founders thinks that hiring more employees means more productivity, but that’s not true, because productivity does not depends upon the number of employees but their hard work and dedication.
Also Read: [Video] How to Start a Startup by Sam Altman
Once you have the right people with right skills in place, you can move on to execution. It should be clearer for a company to determine which tasks it should be focused on and how to tackle hurdles to reduce the risks. In this video, Sam Altman (President, Y Combinator) and Dustin Moskovitz (Asana Co-Founder) talk about how to hire the right people for a startup and how to execute tasks effectively.