We want to achieve an ownership culture
We want to achieve an ownership culture

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The Ownership Culture We Want to Achieve as a Scale-up

Raquel Teng
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Sapiengraph’s marketing team is relatively small and new. Steven, the CEO of Sapiengraph, also known as the laziest CEO in the world, possesses hands-on and successful experience in marketing for Proxycurl. So for Sapiengraph, we usually consult him for the marketing decisions.

Recently, Steven has been on vacation. Before he left, he made it clear that we should be able to make decisions without bothering him.

However, one day, we found ourselves uncertain of what to do without Steven, so we asked in our Slack channel. Steven saw the message and responded with this remark: 'If Steven were dead, what would happen?'

Well, we would be sad. To avoid such feelings, we’d make sure he exercises every day and eats tons of vegetables so that he can only retire at the age of 100.

All jokes aside, in an ideal scenario, Steven should adopt a hands-off approach as much as possible. The company has expanded to the size where Steven cannot know everyone anymore. Every team member should be able to make decisions and take ownership of their work. The CEO's role should primarily focus on broader aspects, such as long-term strategic planning for the company.

Our marketing team at Sapiengraph is working towards this goal. We should be the marketing professionals who have great expertise in this field. Ultimately, we will be able to manage everything by ourselves and do amazing things without Steven’s approval.

To kick-start this journey, let us publish this article without awaiting Steven's review.

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