The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference
"In this model the Doers are solely accountable for implementation, failure, and support of other people’s ideas, while the Thinker is rewarded for their success. This is at the heart of the contention and misalignment between the teams. It creates an IT group rather than an engineering team."
data is often isolated by tool or team, each providing a myopic localized view of the data-space while lacking global context
Google, in other words, in its race to build the perfect team, has perhaps unintentionally demonstrated the usefulness of imperfection and done what Silicon Valley does best: figure out how to create psychological safety faster, better and in more productive ways.
“The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war.” — Norman Schwarzkopf
In life, your only opponent is yourself