Cities combine up-and-to-the-right growth, intractable day-to-day problems, and shifting lines of authority between the public and private sectors.
Before there was Tim Ferriss, there was Frederick Winslow Taylor.
Why, after so long and so much success, would Siemens transform its business? The answer is, in one word, cities.
Cities are mostly incremental, but occasionally, there are dramatic changes to the places we live and work.
Modern America has two forms of capitalism that unnaturally co-exist.
You see, to Amazon HR, current and future employees are not teammates. They are customers.
RXBAR had a mega-exit, but they didn’t rely on any silly startup gimmicks. No “lean” BS and no “hacking.”