When elements are missing from the ownership trio and what are the consequences
5 minutes by Alex Ewerlöf
In You build it, you own it we discussed the 3 elements of the ownership trio: knowledge, mandate and responsibility. This article examines different scenarios where 1-2 of these elements are missing from the ownership trio and discuss their consequences.
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Turbulent times call for adaptive leadership
7 minutes by Tramale Turner
Learn what adaptive leadership is, how it compares to other leadership styles, and how you can adopt its principles.
Being ‘Too Busy’ Means Your Personal Strategy Sucks
10 minutes by Roger Martin
People inform me they are busy as if it is a badge of honor. For me, it is a signal that they have a weak personal Playing to Win strategy.
Square’s Growth Framework for Engineers and Engineering Managers
4 minutes by Kyle Van Essen
In this post, we provide some insight into what it is like to be an engineer at Block.
Forecasting Team Performance
5 minutes by Ness Velazquez
Learn how you can forecast team performance to your stakeholders in this new blog.
The Future of Remote Work
The remote discussion is complex and hard to discuss rationally. In this post we discuss the future of remote work, and provide a framework for thinking through the remote revolution
Remote work requires communicating more, less frequently
4 minutes by Ben Balter
Remote work requires communicating more, less frequently, because asynchronous communication involves less frequent, but richer communication, meaning there is less time talking about the work and more time doing it, allowing the system to optimize for throughput and flow.