There was a lot of noise recently over the Musk-Zuck non-fight. A nice contrast is from Lindsay Adler in the Wall Street Journal this week. She highlights the importance of the team player in her piece on Kansas City Royals pitcher Jordan Lyles. He literally takes one for the team: despite his losing record, he has the skill to pitch into deep innings, allowing other pitchers more rest time. In contrast, a team that didn’t work so well together in business was the Jacuzzi family. The New York Times tells a great story on the origin of the Jacuzzi was to treat their child suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. The boy recovered, but family in-fighting ultimately led the company to be sold.