I’m always fascinated by attempts to get beyond the traditional hierarchy. This is an analysis of the failure of several recent shots (Medium, others) at trying something new. Reading why they didn’t work gives good clues about what might be missing from your own, more traditional setup.
Fascinating account of some pretty radical decisions to be very transparent while growing a successful company. I liked it both because it stretches how far transparency can go, and because of the audacity of the leadership around it.
Starts with some Elon Musk worship (no judgement: we’ve all been there), and then gets into a simple, but useful model illustrating how vital alignment around direction is (hence: vectors). Worth a quick read.