“A high production rate solves many ills,” he said. “If you have a high production rate, you have a high iteration rate. For pretty much any technology whatsoever, the progress is a function of how many iterations do you have, and how much progress do you make between each iteration. If you have a high production rate then you have many iterations. You can make progress from one to the next.”
“I didn’t want to be in the business of playing it safe. I wanted to be in the business of creating possibilities for greatness. Of all the lessons I learned in that first year running prime time, the need to be comfortable with failure was the most profound. Not with lack of effort but with the unavoidable truth that if you want innovation -and you should, always- you need to give permissions to fail”
- [GS] From “The ride of a lifetime”, Bog Iger’s book on leadership lessons learned from 15 years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company
[JS] Facebook releases its own version of OpenStreetMap. If you are into maps there are two interesting reads in “How To Reach The Team” section.
Have a good weekend (at home, of course)!