“Try to let go of the idea that time is linear, regular and objective, and think of it in the same way we experience it – as elastic, variable and layered,” We differentiate from machines by being creative, directional, relational. Read the full Inc. article HERE or get in touch with the RizeClub member who […]Read More Stop trying to outwork machines
“A screwdriver and a screw together cost $2.20. The screwdriver costs $2 more than the screw. How much does the screw cost?”Read More INTERVIEWING – How much does the screw cost?
Inc. magazine – “Don’t wait for the right circumstances to present themselves to you, that force you into action. Be bold enough to seize and create the opportunities that will bring a greater than average return. Getting the results you desire doesn’t come as a result of being a reluctant superhero, that only uses their superpowers when […]Read More Reward risk
Great tips by Inc. magazine on how to run unforgettable Company Meetups and Events Don’t be cheap Make sure your content is both entertaining and educational Think of a great name for your meetup Provide food and beverages Set aside at least 30 minutes for networking Don’t make it all about your company Capture the moment Read the full […]Read More Running Unforgettable Company Meetups and Events
No large meetings unless they’re of value to the entire audience. Keep them short. Don’t have frequent meetings unless the matter is truly urgent. Resolve it; stop meeting. If you are not adding value to a meeting, walk out or drop off the call. Don’t use acronyms and nonsense words for objects, software, or processes. Avoid […]Read More 11 management priciples that shake things up – by Elon Musk
To achieve a high performance culture where employees feel at home, part of a family implement some of these principles of the Inc article; they will create stronger ties between your brand and its human talent. 1. Display your humanity Becoming human-centric rather than profit-centric may involve a shift in thinking and priorities. However, it […]Read More Build a home
Summary of the Inc. article (click here for the full article) Why we work determines how well we work. The six main reasons people work are: play, purpose, potential, emotional pressure, economic pressure, and inertia. A high-performing culture maximizes the play, purpose, and potential felt by its people, and minimizes the emotional pressure, economic pressure, […]Read More How does culture drive performance?
Physicist and biotech entrepreneur Safi Bahcall argues in Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries that the secret to creativity as actually organizational structure versus anything else. To Bahcall, the goal is to create a structure where you get people motivated and incented to go for “loonshots,” crazy ideas that […]Read More boost innovation, introduce a Chief Incentives Officer