By developing two uncommon skills, mindfulness and agility, you can achieve true success beyond the recipe in most fields of life and work.
Learning from failure ought to be easy. Good experiments should fail, about half the time. But failure, it turns out, freaks us out. What should we do?
If we don't have a purpose, why bother? Mindfulness skills help us reduce the dumb stuff we do to ourselves. Knowing where we're going, means agile skills can get us there.
The OODA loop is observe, orient, decide and act. Tom Looy explores how John Boyd helped fighter pilots beat enemies. Use OODA to help you beat impediments.
Failure in Dublin: Matt Learns Lessons the Hard and Fast Way, through Experiments
The pandemic compels old school Manhattan store to modernize to retain market. Does perfectionism cause failure? How did Dan Dickson get unstuck?
Christina Smith Shares How Agile Methods And Frequent Feedback Give Her Children The Tools They Need To Succeed Colin Smith and his Kanban board In this episode Christina Smith, a certified scrum master, shares how she started practicing agile and...
Enjoy.com turned $500M of invested capital and goodwill into nothing. This was Johnson's second attempt as a CEO. What did he learn from that failure? How did it shape his new company?
In this "organizational mindfulness" episode, we define and use the concept to analyze companies. Mindful businesses have high resiliency and avoid catastrophic risks.
Ron Johnson succeeded wildly in redesigning Target stores and building Apple Stores, but crashed and burned JCPenney and Enjoy.com