In trying to come up with a catchall term for the platform’s myriad and diverse problems, Dorsey and his team settled on “health.” That is, the conversation on Twitter has become unhealthy, and the company’s task is to restore it to a better state.
If I have shareholders, growth is something that I owe to them lest I be considered to be failing.
In conversation, I don’t need growth. In fact, one reason why a conversation would be unhealthy is because there just too much of it, too much talking and connecting and not enough listening.
The growth that shareholders want is a growth that “healthy conversations” need removed.