“Getting the right people on the bus” is the wrong metaphor. It suggests passivity — you amass a group of good people and they go for a ride. The right way to think about putting together a team is that you’re filling the chairs of an orchestra. On their own, each person must be an outstanding player. But, for the piece of music to work, they also have to play together in harmony.
Who is in your orchestra?
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