Colin Bryar and Bill Carr, authors of "Working Backwards: Insights, Stories, and Secrets from Inside Amazon," share how Amazon achieved massive success.
Developers are the key to solving business problems and to thriving, not just surviving, argues Jeff Lawson, CEO of Twilio, in his new book.
The best practices for moderating discussions across mediums, including managing unruly discussions, anxiety, presence in virtual environments, and more.
How do we know which decisions to spend time on, and how to decide? We cover it in this podcast w Annie Duke for her new book, How to Decide.
Every organization, whether small or big, early or late stage makes countless decisions every day, where do consensus, forecasting, backcasting, etc. come in?
What does it mean to showrun something, whether in TV or startup? Ultimately, it's all about unlocking and managing creativity, in arts of all kinds.
We can model the tactics of expert decision-makers to create better outcomes, says author Steven Johnson in conversation with Chris Dixon and Sonal Chokshi.
Margit Wennmachers of a16z and Outcast CEO Alex Constantinople, both longtime communications veterans, demystify what it takes to build a personal brand.
From the business of creativity to corporate culture, former Pixar CFO Lawrence Levy shares his story.