Leadership & Management


Jason Fried on Why He Doesn’t Do Planning or Politics at Work

Jason Fried and Lauren Murrow

The Basecamp and HEY founder discusses the power of short-term thinking, his framework for startup longevity, and the key thing he looks for when hiring remote.

Remote Startups Will Win the War for Top Talent

Chris Herd

When 40 percent of workers are considering quitting, management that opts for empty arguments and handy-wavy phrases will bleed top talent to the competition.

Info Diet: Peanut CEO Michelle Kennedy

Michelle Kennedy

The London-based entrepreneur gets her daily fix of venture news, reads up on motherhood narratives, and winds down with sleep stories.

How to Design (and Redesign) the Practices of Company Culture

Melissa Daimler

This book excerpt "ReCulturing" by Melissa Daimler shares mindsets for evolving the practices that shape a company culture, especially for communication.

Info Diet: Tandem CEO Rajiv Ayyangar

Rajiv Ayyangar

A seminal guide to interactive system design, all sorts of rock-climbing content, founder advice videos, and more.

How to Make Talent Scouts Work for You

Tyler Cowen and Daniel Gross

This excerpt from from Talent, by Tyler Cowen and Daniel Gross, focuses on how scouts can be useful for identifying talented entrepreneurs and employees.

Info Diet: Kajabi President Sean Kim

Sean Kim

The TikTok alum reads a Blind thread about the Twitter takeover, articles from his Korean American executives WhatsApp chat, and more.

Managing Your Mental Health While Running a Startup

Frederic Kerrest

Building and running a startup is exhausting. Okta co-founder Frederic Kerrest explains why all founders need to stay mentally, emotionally, and physically fit.

Info Diet: Modern Fertility CEO Afton Vechery

Afton Vechery

The health-tech founder chronicles the content she consumes to stay ahead of the curve, from fertility journals to fashion newsletters.

Info Diet: Replit CEO Amjad Masad

Amjad Masad

Here's what the tech founder reads, follows, watches, and listens to — in his own words.