"Consider the dynamic duo."
--Steve Jurvetson, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Jobs and Woz. Yang and Filo. Elison and Miner. Strong companies often have not just one founder, but a pair of them. And they're usually very different.
Steve Jurvetson says it's not just that two people can compliment each other's skillsets. He says the bigger gain is that having two different people at the top of a company sets up a culture of diversity and (usually) respect that pervades the entire business.
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