Reflections on Leadership from Gettysburg – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 13-14 Oct (Tues-Wed)


  • Reflections on Leadership from Gettysburg: HBR
  • A Child Who Treats Their Parents With Respect Is An Employee Any Boss Would Be Thrilled To Hire: Forbes
  • Oprah Winfrey hates meetings so much she once persuaded Coretta Scott King not to visit her; “[I] really, really, really try to avoid meetings.” She prefers that her staff instead send her detailed emails. BI
  • Minimizing our problems can help us cope. Maximizing our strengths can help us flourish. Forbes
  • Louis I, King of the Sheep: An Illustrated Parable of How Power Changes Us; “Never be hard upon people who are in your power,”Charles Dickens counseled in a letter of advice to his young son: BP
  • The Gentle Giant: Oliver Sacks and the Art of Choosing Empathy Over Vengeance; An existential lesson gleaned from a brush with death and foolishness.: BP
  • The Four States of Mind: Farnam
  • Hunter S. Thompson on Living versus Existing: Farnam
  • The cofounder of Apple talks about how Steve Jobs viewed innovation and instilled it into the company’s products: BI
  • 13 tricks Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and other famous execs have used to run effective meetings: BI
  • Why Angus Deaton Deserved the Economics Nobel Prize; Angus Deaton: A Skeptical Optimist Wins the Economics Nobel; Angus Deaton is a meticulous scholar who believes that reducing the world to simple theories is almost always dangerous; Nobel Economist Showed We’re Helping the Wrong People: NYT, NewYorker, Bloomberg
  • Former Indonesia investment banking head of UBS fined by Singapore regulator for insider trading; currently works for private equity firm Carlyle Group as the Indonesia head: Reuters
  • An email adding one letter to his domain name almost cost Centrify’s Tom Kemp $500,000. Here’s his 4 tips for avoiding ‘CEO fraud’. BRW
  • New Billionaire: Martin Selig Escaped Nazi Germany to Seattle, Where He Built Fortune In Real Estate: Forbes
  • Mental competency tests in the C-suite are more common than you think: Fortune
  • How Charles Koch made his billions; His new book Good Profit shows another side to the billionaire businessman: Fortune
  • The Innovative Mindset Your Company Can’t Afford to Lose: HBR
  • 4,000 Starbucks workers are going to college for free: CNN
  • Giant, ancient viruses are thawing out in Siberia – and they’re changing everything we thought we knew about them: BI
  • How Office ‘Bad Guys’ Handle the Role; Whether they are axing pet projects or firing underperformers, some managers learn how to be comfortable with being unpopular. WSJ
  • GE’s Jeff Immelt on evolving a corporate giantGE’s Jeff Immelt on evolving a corporate giant, what’s driving the company’s evolution, how he leads, and why he’s different from Jack Welch. McKinsey
  • What’s the Difference Between Data Science and Statistics?: PN
  • Chinese scientists are developing color-changing paint you can remotely control: BI
  • Famous last words of 18 famous people: BI
  • Woody Allen inspired billionaire Uber CEO Travis Kalanick to get back into startups: BI
  • Uber CEO Travis Kalanick knows a thing or two about when to call it quits if your company’s not finding success.: BI
  • Lunch with the FT: Jonathan Franzen; What is it about the great American novelist that provokes such strong reactions? FT
  • How Google’s head of marketing handles 20 meetings a day: FastCo
  • How Ads for Big Brands Could Benefit Rivals Instead: Strategy&
  • Freakonomics author Steven Levitt got a whole bunch of college kids to confess to cheating: BI


  • 100 Baggers: Stocks That Return 100-to-1 and How To Find Them : Amazon

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