OODA isn’t just for DevOps. Mapping isn’t just for strategists. Antifragility isn’t just for Netflix. Once we get beyond cargo-culting ideas, we can begin to understand how they arose and in what context. But how do we apply them? What does “getting inside” something’s “time scale” translate to in real life? How do you map your job? Where are the points of fragility in your business?
Aneel Lakhani explores the practical application of these ideas through examples from his daily work, from deciding what to work on every day to reacting to competitive activities to building a team. There will be several (mostly relevant) tangents about models, personal identity, and the collapse of complex systems.
Relevant mantras include:
Aneel Lakhani drinks a lot of coffee. He’s been doing technology full time since high school—from startups to consulting to teaching to big tech companies to analyst-ing and back to startups. Aneel does marketing at analytics-based monitoring startup SignalFx and was recently a research director at Gartner covering cloud operations.
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