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Conversational AI is the infinitely scalable interface.

Age of Invisible Machines
  • Cobus Greyling shares his take on the new Wall Street Journal bestselling business book, Age of Invisible Machines by Robb Wilson with Josh Tyson
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Making a space for healthy conflict in an organization to work through confusion and disagreement.

Creating a Fight Club
  • The author shares ideas that helped him organize better communication within the company he was working at.
  • The author went through the following steps and processes:
    • Setting Topics
    • Choosing a Facilitator
    • Participants
    • The Structure
    • Rules of Engagement
    • Rules of Etiquette
    • Chatham House Rule
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Indeed’s global head of UX operations uses this superpower to help others do their best work.

Redefining Leadership Through Empathy
  • The author shares her story of how enbracing empathy instead of fighting against it helped her evolve into a stronger manager and leader.
  • The author unpacks the steps of how empathy helps shape Indeed’s operations strategy:
    • Understand where you’re at
    • Know where you’re going and how you get there
    • Invite more empathy in your work
    • Let empathy lead you
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To Keep a User, Sometimes You Have to Let Them Go
  • Assuming every problem is product-related drives a product-centric approach to fixing them but problems are more complex than simple fixes to content or features.
  • The author uncovers 2 ideas:
    • Not all cancels are created equal
    • Think: User-centered retention
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To Keep a User, Sometimes You Have to Let Them Go

Becoming good when you’re interested in everything

Mastery for Generalists
  • Generalists are people who love variety, connecting the dots, and curious. In contrast, specialists usually focus and go deeper on a certain practice.
  • In his article, the author identifies how to grow in your craft in a generalist role.
  • The author gives advice on how to become a better generalist:
    • Be an expert at learning
    • Understand every role
    • Build connective skills
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