Part 1: Measure Twice, Cut Once
Methods for companies devoted to the truth
I recently read Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott as part of leadership training that we are…
I recently read Hacking Growth by Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown. I highlighted and took notes on points that I found helpful and questions…
Why having a strategy — and the ability to stick to it — is more important than having the right strategy.
I have noticed that when I bring up the topic of “metrics” in Silicon Valley people seem to either love me or hate me. Tracking and…
Good Things Come to Those Who Can’t Wait, Part 1
To be or not be: that is the question
What I look for when hiring
Given that the majority of us spend the preponderance of our waking lives working, the questions of what to work on and who to work with…
I attended a panel discussion this evening hosted by the SF CFA Society on “robo-advisors”. The panel and, of course, the audience were all…
Last month, my friend and coworker, Keith, and I set off for Vietnam with the ambitious goal of riding our bicycles from Hanoi to Ho Chi…