Though there’s no shortage of management gurus extolling the benefits of learning from failure, a harsh truth remains: failure sucks. It’s hard to fail even when the stakes are modest — and when you’re working on a “bet the farm” project, it seems unthinkable.
Every week, we work on something that (we hope) will help us improve the way our customers experience Filament. This week, we started with a quick “Sketch Session” to illustrate our customer’s journey.
Welcome to Filament’s Monday Morning Meeting: a mix of innovation news, the tools we use, and the interesting things we found to help you think differently about your week ahead.
We don't use a lot of PowerPoint here at Filament because there are usually better methods to convey information and engage an audience. However, if you've got a presentation to give, keep these Ten Rules in mind. Your audience will thank you.
Welcome to another edition of The Monday Morning Meeting from Filament — a mix of news, the tools we use, and a handful of interesting things that will help you think differently about your week ahead.
Welcome to a “Birthday Week” edition of The Monday Morning Meeting from Filament — a mix of news, the tools we use, and a handful of interesting things that help you think differently about work and make your meetings matter.
Cognitive biases are “systematic patterns of deviation from rationality in judgment” and we’ve all got ‘em. Here’s a lengthy list to share (and here’s a cheat sheet) with your team before making a big decision or building a strategic plan. Here are a few of my (new) favorites:
We brag about our meeting methodology being “content agnostic” because we believe it is more important to have someone running your meeting who knows how to get the most out of the smart people in the room vs. being smart about the same things they are.