Tim Ferriss, author of The Four Hour Workweek, has a great post up today about The Benefits of Pissing People Off. I had the privilege of having dinner with Tim a few years ago in San Francisco (along with my good friend Jason DeFillippo), and learned a huge amount about the nutritional supplement industry. I [...]
I have been very fortunate in my career to work with some very talented people and some exceptional companies. Through my own experience and observations, I have found a few key areas that a company can commit time to that can have a significant impact on company culture. For the next several weeks, we will [...]
While browsing the web this morning, I came across an interesting blog post, How to Get Hired at a Startup on WorkAwesome. Jason Cohen, the author, makes some very interesting points about getting hired at a startup. Here are Jason’s five tips: 1. Approach it like getting married 2. Do your homework 3. Your personality, [...]
The value of the performance review is a hotly debated subject in the business world, and something that we’ve paid close attention to. People are pretty divided, with some saying they’re a waste of time, and others arguing they’re necessary and effective if done properly. Alison Green, of askamanager.com believes performance reviews deserve a better [...]
Last week we hosted the second meeting of the Rypple Learning Collaborative. Spearheaded by John Foster, IDEO’s Head of Talent and Organization, we spent an exciting afternoon at Pixar’s headquarters together with nearly 40 innovators and thought leaders from top organizations and academic institutions, including Mozilla, Facebook, and Stanford University. One topic that resonated [...]
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