Open-source software means many things—and some are downright terrifying.
It turns out that there’s a ton of overlap between free joe and reinstating a booted CEO.
What happens when a dissatisfied board and a loyal workforce with white-hot skills collide? We’re about to find out.
Thoughts on parallels between emerging technologies from last decade and the WFH debate.
The forces I describe in The Nine continue to collide. Get used to it.
Book #14 is out.
There’s an interesting shift taking place in the labor market.
Number 14 will look at a number of key forces that are already reshaping the workplace.
Book number 13 is now out. Boom.
Growth begets further growth. It worked for Facebook, and it’s working for citizen developers, too.
Number 12 is now out. Boom.
A chat about the future of work, the creator economy, web3, and the importance of incessantly asking why, and more.
An interesting discussion about performance reviews—something that we typically hate more than trips to our dentist.
I’ve got two guests this week. Power in numbers, baby.
The Co-Screen co-founder and CEO talks to me about SAP, Slack, and the problems that his company aims to solve.
A chat with the KettleOS CEO about technology, culture, HR, and cloud computing, and other subjects.