Management Grounded on Principles of Flow
[Flow] is that feeling you get when you’re “in the zone”: fully in control while performing an activity with clear goals and immediate feedback; where the rest of the world fades away, allowing you to achieve higher levels of performance in a new focused state of consciousness. I’m iterating on this idea: a management framework for fostering happiness, productivity, and individual growth, grounded on the principles of flow.
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Innovation at scale
After working on a few different innovation teams at Amazon, I've found that innovation at an enterprise level can generally be classified as one of the following: continuous innovation, discontinuous innovation, and big vision ideas... [H]ere are some thoughts on what I think are critical for success for each type of innovation [...]
Antifragility & Skill Building
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