The All-22 tape is probably one of the most valuable tools for professional football coaches because it allows spectators to watch all 22 players on the field at the same time. This improves the vision of the coach and most importantly helps to avoid missing a critical pace or player.
Upshot: This removes blind spots. The concept of this tool can also be applied in the startup world. Successful founders and investors understand the playbook on both sides of the ball. For the founders, this means being able to see the points of their employees and zoom out to be inclusive. Without the All-22 tape, founders may accidentally spend too much on engineering, ignoring product rollout tactics, or forget to communicate with employees outside their bubble. The emergence of more blind spots can fragment a company, which can ultimately damage its reputation, operations or even its ability to raise money from investors.
It is a skill that is developed through practice. Fortunately, Eghosa Omoigui, is the founder and managing partner of Echovici partners, A seed and early-stage technology venture capital firm serving underserved founders and undersubscribed markets, is coming to give early-stage founders an early-stage 2021 need to develop their own All-22 tape is.
TC Early Stage – Operations and Fundraising Is a virtual event focused on early stage founders 1 and 2 April. The event will include breakout sessions led by investors and experts who break down the hardest parts of building a business.
See here Omoigui’s talk:
Improvement in the field of vision and dynamic of play aperture is rarely discussed, but is extremely important. Great founders, operators and investors have an understanding of the playbook on both sides of the ball. We will talk through some ideas about learning and building muscle memory and skills.
Omoigui, formerly director of Consumer Internet and Semantic Technology at Intel Capital, will share his experiences and tips to help founders see every aspect of their company. register for TC Initial Phase 2021 Today and hold his all-22 tape talk.