Walmart Chief Economist John List on using data analysis and the scientific method to bridge the gap between idea and successful venture.
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Colin Bryar and Bill Carr, authors of "Working Backwards: Insights, Stories, and Secrets from Inside Amazon," share how Amazon achieved massive success.
Every organization, whether small or big, early or late stage makes countless decisions every day, where do consensus, forecasting, backcasting, etc. come in?
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How the concept of network effects was born, diminishing returns and the role of timing or luck, globalization and economies around the world, and much more.
Marc Andreessen and Balaji Srinivasan discuss the optimal types of startups to work at, the funding environment, and how to decide when to IPO.
From Aaron Sorkin to Steve Jobs to Meredith Perry and Elon Musk, "original" thinkers often exhibit behaviors and traits that are counterintuitive.