- How Steve Kerr revolutionized the Golden State Warriors’ offense on a charcuterie board
Grand Unifying Metrics and any Steve Kerr story.
(categories: coaching strategy metrics leadership thinking )
- What I Learned From Reading Every Amazon Shareholders Letter
Quote: "Will you admire this person? Will this person raise the average level of effectiveness of the group they’re entering? Along what dimension might this person be a superstar?" and lots of other Bezos / Amazon quotes.
(categories: hiring amazon leadership management strategy bezos )
- The Product Manager vs. the Technical Product Manager | Aha! Blog
Many companies will find that they excel with two product management roles — a business-minded PM and a technical PM. And others will determine that it is best to have one person leading product who can answer the “why” and the “what” and who can also engage in the “how.”
(categories: productmanagement careers product-product-product product-owner )
- Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? – The Atlantic
Troubling… but if you don’t get your kid a device, are they just as unhappy because they’re even more left out?
(categories: technology culture children kids attention )
- CloudNativeLandscape_v0.9.7.jpg (6000×3874)
Crazy explosion in the number of tools you need to master or be familiar with when building an application.
(categories: cloud-native cncf cloud technology )
- WebAIM: History of the browser user-agent string
(categories: mosaic mozilla firefox chrome user-agent safari explorer netscape browser )
- Warren Buffett’s "2 List" Strategy: How to Maximize Your Focus and Master Your Priorities
Quote: "Buffett’s strategy is particularly brilliant. Items 6 through 25 on your list are things you care about. They are important to you. It is very easy to justify spending your time on them. But when you compare them to your top 5 goals, these items are distractions. Spending time on secondary priorities is the reason you have 20 half-finished projects instead of 5 completed ones. Eliminate ruthlessly. Force yourself to focus."
(categories: focus attention productivity gtd advice buffet )
- Notes from Mind The Product 2017 | Scott Berkun
Quote: "We fall in love with our ideas, even if they don’t apply to the situation at hand. We have to remember to ask “is this idea any good”. We tend to consider one idea at a time, when we should be asking “compare and contrast” questions. Good is not an absolute trait, but we often assume that it is. When we consider more ideas we ask better questions."
(categories: ideas thinking strategy decision-making )