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  • Markus shared from Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness by Frederic Laloux
    Note: A solid and necessary book: "Reinventing organizations"
  • Markus shared from User Story Mapping: Discover the Whole Story, Build the Right Product by Jeff Patton, Peter Economy
    Globo.com knows better than most organizations on the planet what unmovable deadlines really are. For example, it produces a cool version of a fantasy football game that’s revised and improved every year for World Cup soccer — the sport that most of the planet refers to as football. If Globo.com is late with development of that game, it doesn’t have the luxury of changing the release date. Why not? Because the rest of the world won’t reschedule the World Cup. Globo.com
  • Markus shared from User Story Mapping: Discover the Whole Story, Build the Right Product by Jeff Patton, Peter Economy
    Globo.com knows better than most organizations on the planet what unmovable deadlines really are. For example, it produces a cool version of a fantasy football game that’s revised and improved every year for World Cup soccer — the sport that most of the planet refers to as football. If Globo.com is late with development of that game, it doesn’t have the luxury of changing the release date. Why not? Because the rest of the world won’t reschedule the World Cup.
    Note: Unmovable deadlines. A fact of life for some for good reason - like it or not.
  • Markus shared from Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future by Peter Thiel, Blake Masters
    Note: The Peter Thiel book - an absolute must read, so to-the-point. Challenging.
  • Markus shared from Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future by Peter Thiel, Blake Masters
    Monopolies drive progress because the promise of years or even decades of monopoly profits provides a powerful incentive to innovate. Then monopolies can keep innovating because profits enable them to make the long-term plans and to finance the ambitious research projects that firms locked in competition can’t dream of.
    Note: So here Peter Thiel prefers monopolies over competition to increase innovation
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Markus Andrezak