Good reads #16
For me this week, the most interesting thing I read was Deloitte’s 2019 Global Millennial Survey. If there’s one link you click on from this post, let it be that one. It’s a fabulous perspective on the drivers and motivations of my generation.
Around the globe, disruption is driving economic growth, expansion, and opportunity. But millennials and Generation Z are feeling increasingly unsettled and pessimistic about their careers, their lives in general, and the world around them. They appear to be struggling to find their safe havens, their beacons of trust. As a result, these younger generations are instigating their own brand of disruption, both inadvertently and intentionally.
As it turns out, writing your onboarding is a real job, and it’s often harder than you might think. The hardest part of all is figuring out where to start.
A new tool – the Market Opportunity Navigator – [..] provides a wide-lens perspective to find different potential market domains for your innovation, before you zoom in and design the business model or test your minimal viable products.
Startup Bibles is an evolving curation of internal processes and resources that successful companies have publicly shared: from their entire employee handbooks, their brand guides to their fundraising decks.
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"When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure." https://t.co/nsHY4ALVEy— Neil Lewis, Jr. (@NeilLewisJr) May 16, 2019