Competitors can breed neurosis.
Particularly when there is a competitor who appears, in opposition to all rational odds, to have secured hearts much more than minds.
Not too long ago, I wrote about a few very senior executives who consider, with an unhealthy ardour, that Zoom is way, far superior to Microsoft Groups.
Their feelings have been oddly excessive. Their emotions have been actually unbridled.
I obtained fairly the correspondence. Some lauding Zoom, some suggesting that Groups is so significantly better that they’d like to satisfy these two executives in a really darkish alley. By way of Groups, after all.
But these Groups defenders tended to level to rational attributes. For instance, how effectively Groups integrates with the opposite Microsoft software program many workers are compelled to make use of. Which does not precisely raise human spirits.
It additionally would