…lexibility today, we’re not just talking about location. Increasingly, we’re thinking about choice. The “anywhere worker” is not a roaming nomad, but someone empowered to work in the way that works best for them, which in turn, produces the best results for their organisation.
Why give money to Facebook, Google, and Twitter when we can give it right back to our customers? They’re better advocates for Basecamp than any ad we can write. They’re not a platform, they’re people who know other people who can surely benefit from Basecamp just like they are.
But what stopped us wasn’t the spend, it was the feel. Every dollar you spend is a vote, and we were casting hundreds of thousands of votes for big companies that are tracking people’s every step, every move, every curiosity, and every detail of their lives. Fuck that.
…ome kind of two week vacation cruise or retire in a place where you enjoy good weather and leisure. The weird thing is, all those “someday” goals are available right now with relatively little difficulty. You can afford to live in a cool bamboo house in a beach town just by making pancakes for lunch and…
…eyond behavioral and psychological models and reconfigure performance to include adult development. As humans are tasked to perform to higher standards in more complex environments, 21st century organizations must make it an imperative to evolve their understanding of growth, learning, and development.