To build a genuinely meritocratic system, it is not enough to claim the value of meritocracy. You need to design processes and policies in a way that limits the opportunity for biases and prejudices to come into play, and that often means relying more on algorithms, transparency, and accountability and less on managerial discretion.
Hiring for cultural richness can be a bit counterintuitive when we are conditioned to hire for cultural fit. Cultural fit helps to remove friction from
The ancient Stoics, more than two thousand years ago, knew that path to happiness and satisfaction with life leads through knowing what to focus on.
Depending on the source, leadership development is a $14 billion, $24 billion, or even $50 billion market in the US alone. And yet it is
In the previous articles of the series (Know Your Priorities and Remove Distractions), I talked about motivation, how it is overrated and that you don’t
In the previous article of the series, I talked about motivation and how it is overrated. You don’t need motivation to achieve your goals. You