Exposure is more important than risk. People don't get this. They try to reduce risk and then scale up, but that doesn't make much difference if their competitors are all doing the same thing. To deal with uncertainty, dial up the risk and dial the exposure down.
  - David Siegel

How they work in pairs at Thoughtworks

Does an MBA help get you where you want to go? Yes, say FT and Bloomberg; but, it's not what you think, says Jeffery Pfeffer. 

Does a higher minimum wage actually help low-income people? It's complicated, says David Brooks

Glassdoor's comprehensive study shows many benefits of salary transparency

Undercurrent's Learn page is a short guide to the responsive organization. 

Undercurrent's guide to a sprint kick-off meeting

Chris Messina on The Full Stack Employee - essay

Wow. Unorthodox research leads to a complete revolution in swimming technique. Once everyone is doing it, luck will return as a determining factor, but for now, it's all about skill. The pool is open. 


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