Obstructionism is terrible governance

Obstructionism is terrible governance

As an entrepreneur and investor, I prioritize construction and collaboration. Whether it’s a five-person start-up or a global giant, the companies that are most productive are the ones whose employees operate with a shared sense of purpose and a clear set of policies for responding to changing conditions and new opportunities.

That’s why I’m so appalled by what’s happening in the Senate this year, and how starkly it illustrates the differences between Silicon Valley and Washington, DC.

Read my full post at Medium.