#Quoteables

#Quoteables

Are you compromising on people, systems, processes, quality, or culture?

#Quoteables

#Quoteables

How quickly do you pick yourself and try again? How quickly can you shake it off and get back in the game?  

Microsoft – Taking Inclusion to Another Level

Microsoft – Taking Inclusion to Another Level

Microsoft have recently launched a program aimed at hiring more autistic workers. In a fascinating article from Fast Company they explain why it matters to hire autistic people and the impact this has on diversity in the workforce: “The unemployment rate among autistic adults, though, is

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Rewarding Failure

Rewarding Failure

If you’re asking why on earth would we do something crazy like rewarding failure, you should probably start here. Where we want innovation, there must be failure. The problem is detaching shame from failure and making it ok to try things and fail at work. We’ve

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Would you write a Failure CV?

Would you write a Failure CV?

Why on earth would you want to advertise your failures? Failures make us feel ashamed – that’s not exactly a feeling we want to perpetuate. Futhermore how could advertising your failures ever help you progress in your career? The problem is that failing at something at

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Companies With Great Cultures Fail

Companies With Great Cultures Fail

They fail often, and they often fail intentionally In the enduring battle to stay relevant, to stay in business and to ride the next economic shock wave businesses have to fail, fail in order to learn and innovate. Failure, however counterintuitive it may seem is

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What Hackathons did for Facebook’s Culture (10 Takeaways)

What Hackathons did for Facebook’s Culture (10 Takeaways)

In an incredibly insightful article, ex Director of Engineering at Facebook, Pedram Keyani unpacks some of the magic of the +/- 40 ‘hackathons’ he ran at Facebook over the past 7 years. If you don’t have time for the full article (6 min read) here are 10 of the

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