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Here are some qualities of a perfect team -

Dedication -

In such team, every member of the team works passionately in every cirumstances. They agree on and set team goals based on outcomes and results, rather than just on the amount of work being done. A clear plan can then be set about how they are going to achieve these objectives, as a group, as well as each individuals contribution. This provides them with clear direction and gives them something to aim for collectively.

Proper Communication - 

Communication is essential for keeping track of progress and working together efficiently on tasks. They communicate openly with each other, sharing their thoughts, opinions and ideas with members of their team;  as well as taking into consideration what others have to say. . 

Supportive -

Team members are always happy to assist others when they need a helping hand with work. Teams are often more productive when they are also offered support from the organisation and access to the required resources.

Organised - 

Organisation is essential for the smooth running of a business. Without it the workplace can become chaotic and goals are unlikely to be achieved. Though each individual should be responsible for organising their own workload, management should ensure that everything is running to plan and each member of the team is getting their work completed efficiently. 

Zomato The most successfull Startup India

India’s pioneering foodtech unicorn Zomato has seen many peaks and troughs in its journey. While there were some illustrious moments and accomplishments, there were troubled times too, some that even brought the very existence of the company into question.

During the massive layoffs and losses of 2015, chances of Zomato’s survival seemed slim. In a belt tightening move, the company laid off about 300 employees — nearly 10% of its total headcount — to cut costs in its weaker business aspects and shift the focus to more revenue-generating areas like reservations.

However, in Zomato’s decade of existence, this was the biggest rough spot the company actually ever hit. The rest of the time, founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal and cofounder Pankaj Chaddah (who left Zomato in 2018) steadfastly held on to the reins of the company and kept it on the path of growth and expansion, making it India’s first foodtech unicorn.

While Zomato competes with Swiggy, UberEats and Ola-Foodpanda among others, the company still continues to innovate offerings and expand in the manner it has been doing since the day it all started.


How to Build a Successful Startup

  1. User experience is everything. ...
  2. “No growth hack, brilliant marketing idea, or sales team can save you long-term if you don't have a sufficiently good product.” ...
  3. “The product that wins is the one that bridges customers to the future, not the one that requires a giant leap.