Creating hunger in paradise with Rasmus Ankersen
story – he went for dinner with 3 nokia employees – but each had iphones in their pockets…not nokia phones
how could the same people that took nokia to success, be the same people that took the company to failure
The e-test – draw an E on your forehead
tracking talent is hard – we think success is a direct line, it is not, it is messy and unpredictable.
what is a winner… “a loser who has evaluated himself”
when you are winning you have all the answers, when you lose you have all the questions.
the best way to stay #1 is to think as though you are #2!
good results are the output of good decisions – logically this appears true, but ignores the random occurances
humans do not ask ourselves the tough questions when we are successful
it it aint broke..consider breaking it, for by the time you see its broken its too late
inside out thinking….
we hesitate to improve until be have a burning platform
mastery comes from not 10000hrs of practice… but 10000hrs of deliberate practice
when benchmarking do you compare yourself to people that will make you look good, or someone that will make you look like a beginner?
performance =potential – interference
if you make life too easy for people, do you ever get the best people and performance
set the environment for performance not comfort
what is the perfect environment for max performance and growth
if you have all the time, money & resources you need, you will probably just do what you did yesterday. innovation needs challenge
kill the illusion of perfect conditions