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Growth thinking team management: please think of these before OKR
As you begin setting OKRs, make sure to consider what matters to your team. For example, some teams may have no need for OKRs at all. Other teams may need to spend more time figuring out how to use the model.
The principle and application of The Wisdom of Crowds
PageRank algorithm uses the principle of crowd wisdom to make search results more accurate.We can find that there are many products that use the wisdom of the crowds in our lives. What is the wisdom of the crowds? How should we use it?
How Goodharts Law Affects Multiple Indicators
The theory of Goodharts Law, which argues that people act in ways that are consistent with their rational expectations, is applicable to many different fields of economics.
What is the Peter Principle?
The Peter Principle is a common occurrence among companies, whereby employees are promoted according to their current progress rather than for the skills and aptitude required for the roles they are being considered for.
Sleep Secrets of the Rich and Famous
Rest is not only the effect of eliminating fatigue, it is everything to you, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, insist not to eat any caffeinated food six hours before going to bed.
The IKEA Effect - A Psychological Phenomenon
IKEA effect is based on a cognitive bias, it's a widespread psychological effect.
Want to be better at problem-solving? Tap into two ‘mental models’
The key to success is to build mental models. Mental models are essentially chunks of knowledge that you build in your mind. They help you organize your thoughts, solve problems, and even think critically.
Laplace's Law of Succession - Will it Be Better Next Time?
Laplace's Law of Succession is a mathematical theory that explains the likelihood of an event occurring in a sample of n.
Efficient Market Hypothesis Tenets and Variations
The Efficient-Market Hypothesis (EMH) states that stocks always trade at their fair value. This means that technical analysis and market timing strategies cannot beat the market's performance.
How to Build Habit-Forming Products
The Hook model is a powerful tool that will make your product addictive. It will increase your chances of conversion by providing value to your customers.
3 Useful Tips For Speed Reading
In order to learn more in a limited time, speed reading can help you achieve high efficiency.
Key Conditions For Becoming a Good Investor.
A good investor must have a deep understanding of the market. He needs to be patient, self-aware, and able to admit his or her mistakes.
Explore the Education of the Rich, Academic Qualifications are Not Equal to Ability.
The world's wealthiest people didn't finish college or even get a college degree. Rather, they amassed their wealth through specific knowledge.
The 333 Rule of Consumption Eliminate Excessive Consumption
The first principle of consumption is to live within your means and consider how much you earn, rather than spending more than earning.
Four points of principled negotiation
Principled negotiation teaches you how to get what you deserve with dignity, allowing you to treat others reasonably without being taken advantage of because of reasonable generosity.
The Wealth Effect and Febezzle Effects
The Wealth effect and febezzle effects are a couple of important phenomena in finance. As an investor you must understand.
The Psychology of Human Misjudgment by Charlie Munger
As Munger points out, humans are prone to misjudgment situations when they are faced with difficult situations.
The Market Is Always Wrong
According to the Theory of Reflexivity, investors' expectations are directly contradicted by price movements.
Introduction to Behavioral Economics - Bounded Rationality and the Savage Paradigm
Bounded rationality focuses on human behavior. It is the assumption that we're all capable of making good choices based on our knowledge.