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Articles : 97
Since : 08/06/2012
Category : Entrepreneurship

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Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/f4KpL2gHaa

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/f4KpL2gHaa

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/f4KpL2gHaa Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) June 20, 2013 Laszlo Bock admitted in the interview with NYT that brainteaser puzzles don't predict anything when used as a recruitment tool. - Instead, Google will turn to structured behavioral interviews.
Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/JuO7gB6C96

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/JuO7gB6C96

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/JuO7gB6C96 Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) June 26, 2013 The best teams are laser-focused on their core mission, defined by what they choose not to do, despite many good ideas and attractive opportunities arising. - Every new feature/market/geography etc not only takes time but also increases the complexity that h
Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/6JRemafCks

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/6JRemafCks

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/6JRemafCks Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) June 25, 2013 3 minutes long video in which Tom explains what shaped GitHub's distributed mentality (40% of their workforce is in the Bay area-the rest is all around US&world - For 2,5yrs GitHub didn't have an office - "chat was our office". The first hire (support guy) w
Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/VMdInwWaJK

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/VMdInwWaJK

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/VMdInwWaJK Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) June 21, 2013 Hiring decisions in electronic crime organizations are much more serious due to great risk associated with poor performance,that can't be resolved in normal way - Any new hire adds complexity, so conspiracies focus on scaling with skills,workflow&more effici
Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/76R5wUOp1S

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/76R5wUOp1S

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/76R5wUOp1S Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) July 03, 2013 Classical marshmallow experiment associated children's ability to delay gratification (wait to get 2nd candy instead eating 1) with their intrinsic attributes. - A study from 2012 suggests instead that trust in the researcher to return with the promised mars
Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/kCtvAvSSHw

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/kCtvAvSSHw

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/kCtvAvSSHw Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) July 03, 2013 Research project that uses experimental media visualization techniques for exploring visual patterns, dynamics and structures of planetary-scale shared photos. - Uses a sample of 2.3 million Instagram photos from 13 cities around the world to get social, cul
Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/wnqvf9BV7o

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/wnqvf9BV7o

Another fresh #TLDR http://t.co/wnqvf9BV7o Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) July 03, 2013 Bringing in the CEO ≠ losing control of the company. In fact, it can be opposite if Founder and the new CEO work well as a team (vision+operations synergy) - The examples of such situations: Google (Eric Schmidt), LinkedIn (Jeff Weiner). While Founders ret
http://t.co/QDMym1Wuwu 07.03.13 // Shared Command

http://t.co/QDMym1Wuwu 07.03.13 // Shared Command

http://t.co/QDMym1Wuwu 07.03.13 // Shared Command Arkadiusz Dymalski (@ArekDymalski) July 04, 2013 Ben Horowitz discusses latest post by Fred Wilson regarding "shared command" in Zynga (new CEO). He argues that it's not optimal situation due to: - potential disagreements/conflicts and delayed decisions which impact all people in the company. - Ben