From Paul's Security Weekly
- 1 Business Security Weekly #101
- 2 Interview: Jason Albuquerque, Carousel Industries
- 3 Article Discussion on Leadership, Communication, and Innovation
Business Security Weekly #101
Recorded October 1, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Jason Albuquerque, Carousel Industries
Article Discussion on Leadership, Communication, and Innovation
How to Develop Empathy for Someone Who Annoys You
- Reflect on the situation - it’s not likely on purpose
- Remember to breathe… and stay calm
- Follow your curiosity — to both understand and feel
- Focus on what you have in common instead of what you have in difference
- Be kind
Separating The Quality of the Outcome and the Quality of the Decision
- Love the use of process and outcome to assess
- Important to separate quality of outcome from quality of decision
- Ideally, good process leads to good outcomes; but not always
- Focus on process over outcome (in turn, this generates outcomes)
- Success is a lagging indicator
Sam Altman on Productivity
- Behold the power of compound growth - small changes adding up
- Not just what problem? But is it the right problem, right now?
- Do you allow time to think?
- Are you working on what you like? What about your team?
The 14 soft skills every IT pro needs
- How many of these do you have?
- How many are you recruiting for?
- How do you develop them?
The Danger of Oversimplification: How to Use Occam’s Razor Without Getting Cut
- “Among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected.”
- Good first step before more evidence and insights are available
- The world naturally favors simplicity over complexity
- Of course, simplicity is subjective
- Be wary of something that sounds simple, but actually holds multiple assumptions