Building All-Star Teams -
via Mike Karnjanaprakorn
At Twitter, Dick Costolo (CEO) makes sure that all new hires can answer three simple questions:
1. What’s my job?
2. How do I know I’m successful at my job?
3. Why does it matter if our company succeeds (vision)?
Mike has a great post on team building and company culture. I encourage you to read the whole thing.
(disclosure: we are investors in Mike’s company Skillshare)
Those who know, do not speak. Those who speak, do not know. —
Nat Turner: Treatment by anecdote (and not data) -
In my brief time in the healthcare industry, one thing I’ve noticed is that doctors treat by anecdote and not by data. They make treatment decisions for the patient sitting in front of them based on something that happened to a patient they treated in the past and their perceived outcome of that…
The $144,146,165 Button -
The average New York City taxi cab driver makes $90,747 in revenue per year. There are roughly 13,267 cabs in the city. In 2007, NYC forced cab drivers to begin taking credit cards, which involved installing a touch screen system for payment.
During payment, the user is presented with three…