Extraordinary situations call for them.
How to think about designing people, teams, organizations, and supersystems to be ready for uncertainty.
idk v3.0 is now available worldwide. In this newsletter issue, find out more about why productive discomfort is crucial for learning and being…
“Leaky beans.”A 25-min audio issue about adapting to uncertainty, featuring an interview with Stephen Williams and Raef Hodgson from 40 Maltby Street and Gergovie…
🌯  1) A wrap-up of Year One of this newsletter; 2) Crass commercialism: Buy my book!; 3) Year Two of the newsletter; 4) A preview of idk.  
The economic, human, and social costs of failing to take unreasonable countermeasures against coronavirus.
Time to apply the precautionary principle.
Writing a weekly newsletter was hard at first, then got easier—and made me more comfortable with thinking and writing in public, for people I don’t…
It's easier to not be taken by surprise if you're not panicking and you're looking down the line.
tl;dr: Why aren’t more businesses intentionally designing remote work so that it builds effective, tight-knit, innovative, adaptable teams when it is…
How to set goals in uncertain situations.
Uncertain times and amorphous organizations.