Bruno Padinha

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Bruno Padinha

17 days ago

The Uncanny Resurrection of Dungeons & Dragons

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Bruno Padinha

91 days ago

How to start building your next-generation operating model

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Bruno Padinha

103 days ago

Bursting the CEO Bubble

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Bruno Padinha

112 days ago

Client centricity, as clients see it

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158 days ago

Here’s my favorite example, an endcap called “Page Turners,” consisting of books that Kindle readers finish in three days or less. Clever.

Photos: Inside Amazon’s first New York City bookstore

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167 days ago

Hear Me Out: Let’s Elect an AI as President

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Bruno Padinha

174 days ago

How graduate students can help you translate HR theories into practice

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Bruno Padinha

178 days ago

Respond, don't just react.

Cockroach Theory- A beautiful speech by Sundar Pichai.

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Bruno Padinha

202 days ago

L'Oréal's Digital Transformation

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Bruno Padinha

220 days ago

When Pixels Collide

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Bruno Padinha

220 days ago

The way to go is doing structured interviews and testing job-related skills.

The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews

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Bruno Padinha

220 days ago

Google’s AI Explosion in One Chart

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Bruno Padinha

227 days ago

"Next year there might be a flood of custodian recommendations thanks to this essay. But if it means students will start paying as much attention to the people who clean their classrooms as they do to their principals and teachers, I’m happy to help start that trend."

Check This Box if You’re a Good Person

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Bruno Padinha

228 days ago

Can trust in the news be repaired? Facebook, Craig Newmark, Mozilla and others are spending $14 million to try

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Bruno Padinha

231 days ago

"Reduce the impact of toxic people in the workplace by better managing them, or getting them out of your ranks."

Why the Best Leaders Lose Great Employees

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Bruno Padinha

236 days ago

no one person on the team could receive an exceptional performance appraisal unless the entire team did

Why Employees At Apple And Google Are More Productive

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Bruno Padinha

237 days ago

The end of the line

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Bruno Padinha

237 days ago

Escape to another world

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Bruno Padinha

243 days ago

"Here is the problem with exit interviews: People aren’t honest about the reasons why they quit. And even if they were, such post hoc rationalizations rarely reflect the true reasons employees quit."

A 5-Step Process to Get More Out of Your Organization’s Data

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Bruno Padinha

243 days ago

"In the past, these processes would’ve fallen through the cracks–they’d be cursed at but ultimately complied with. Now there’s hope that they might actually be corrected."

Why This CEO Appointed An Employee To Change Dumb Company Rules

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Bruno Padinha

253 days ago

"Despite the countless millions that have been spent fighting “the war for talent,” our research suggests that relatively little has been devoted to safeguarding the spoils. Fifteen percent of most companies’ workforce are star players, employees with exceptional performance and the potential to have an outsize effect on strategy execution."

Great Companies Obsess Over Productivity, Not Efficiency

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Bruno Padinha

268 days ago

After the Islamic State

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Bruno Padinha

277 days ago

Making a Big (or Small) Decision? How Meditation Can Help

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Bruno Padinha

278 days ago

"But in life, unlike in education, there are no winners. University is full of binaries. You get into Harvard or you don’t. You graduate or you don’t. You finish top of the class or you don’t. Life is not like that. There is no finish line after which results are compared and winners and losers determined. Parents are investing massive amounts of time preparing their children to win a race that cannot be won. Those children learn to run like mad in pursuit of some elusive end result, until they give up or expire from exhaustion."

High-pressure parenting

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Bruno Padinha

325 days ago

a reminder that when companies try to optimize everything, it’s sometimes easy to forget that success is often built on experiences — like emotional interactions and complicated conversations and discussions of who we want to be and how our teammates make us feel — that can’t really be optimized.

What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team

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Bruno Padinha

325 days ago

Masters of Love

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Bruno Padinha

327 days ago

How to Work 40 Hours in 16.7 (The Simple Technique That Gave Me My Life Back)

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Bruno Padinha

327 days ago

Parents: let your kids fail. You’ll be doing them a favor

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Bruno Padinha

328 days ago

The title is an overstatement, but the ideas are spot on.

The Greatest Sales Deck I’ve Ever Seen

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Bruno Padinha

332 days ago

What Does It Take To Win?

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Bruno Padinha

333 days ago

The Most Important Question of Your Life

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Bruno Padinha

333 days ago

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

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Bruno Padinha

347 days ago

How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Company’s Leadership

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Bruno Padinha

373 days ago

As Artificial Intelligence Evolves, So Does Its Criminal Potential

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Bruno Padinha

380 days ago

Amazon has radically overhauled its meetings to make them more focused. Every meeting begins in silence. Those attending must read a six-page memo on the subject of the meeting before they open their mouths. This shifts the emphasis from people’s behaviour in the meeting to focused discussion of the memo’s contents.

SchumpeterShhhh!

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Bruno Padinha

380 days ago

Democracy vs. Epistocracy

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Bruno Padinha

603 days ago

Why do we work so hard?

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Bruno Padinha

629 days ago

Behind the Scam: What Does It Take to Be a ‘Best-Selling Author’? $3 and 5 Minutes.

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Bruno Padinha

638 days ago

How to change someone’s mind, according to science

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