We are all busy, but we are not all similarly productive. High performing entrepreneurs and professionals distinguish themselves because they know how to focus and what to focus on.
We often think of innovation in terms of technology. Most of us are ignoring the white space of innovation that is social. Innovation that pays attention to the changes in social norms.
CEO Alex Behring needed to find a way to prioritize how the company would allocate its resources. He and his team needed to focus on two things: creating alignment across the organization and generating revenue.
Of all the cognitive biases that exist, we have come to realize the importance of distinguishing between familiarity and mastery.
Single events that don’t focus on bringing learning back into the organization are a waste of time, money, and resources. Creating high performing teams is both an art and a science.