I know you thought we’d left it all behind with Rod’s last blog on robots, but here are some final observations prompted by Amazon’s annual shareholder letter. With all the recent discussion around the insights from Jeff Bezos and the Amazon shareholder letter,...
Originally published in The Spinoff The robots are coming to take our jobs – so what should we be doing for work (and our workers) when they arrive? Rod Snodgrass, director of The Exponential Agency, says it’s time for New Zealand business to start preparing for the...
A bit of a family tradition at the end of the holidays is I allow the girls to choose an activity topped off with a meal at a restaurant of their choice. This is how this week played out: Me: Right girls, what do you want to do today – your choice: pools, beach, bike...
self disruption is painful, brave and bloody near impossible if you don’t allow the people you hire to safely find their own way.
Using the principles of the Five Dysfunctions of a Team to embed Amazon’s Disagree and Commit leadership style
Disagree and Commit: Keeping your mouth shut when you disagree isn’t being a good soldier. But disagreeing, losing the fight, and committing to help the winning plan succeed,
Nothing is worse than stasis, Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline. Followed by death.
Burn this phrase into your memory: Day 2 is stasis. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline. Followed by death.
My diary management just got a lot easier now I’m using AI (Artificial Intelligence.
Historically we write some stuff we think is somewhat serious and smart about the world of Digital strategy, but today a bit of wit and wisdom
Perfectionism was just another form of procrastination. Validate your proposition and ship it – you have customers waiting.