Read, then read again replacing “software” with “your social program” or “your business”: Software is a temporary garden whose fate is inextricably intertwined with its… Read More »Baldur Bjarnason on theory-building, living code and team churn
This simple question gives a reasonable at-a-glance assessment of your team’s effectiveness. It diagnoses: If anyone is making clear plans at all; If you have… Read More »“Do the things we plan actually happen?”
Jordan Peterson on the Five Factor Model of Personality and the disadvantages of openness is one of the most frequently visited posts on Driverlesscroc. I’m… Read More »Jordan Peterson on the Five Factor Model of Personality (2): Going Deeper with The Big 5 and IQ
Creating high performance teams is obviously hard but in what ways is it really hard? It is not hard in the same sense that some things are… Read More »Dominic Cummings on High Performing Teams
I have some sympathy with Tobias Lütke (Shopify), Brian Armstrong (Coinbase), Jason Fried (Basecamp) and others when they announce – faced with the increasing politicisation… Read More »Mission Protocol: is your organisation a team, a family… or something else?
You’ve probably thought about how important a strong team culture is to your organisation’s performance – and you’ve probably also experienced how hard it can… Read More »Resource: Katzenbach and Smith on improving team culture
Meetings are rightly maligned as unproductive timesinks, but I’ve recently been reminded of the things you can gain by simply talking things through together with… Read More »Talking it through; or, The value of meetings