Commercial airliners are designed to carry massive payloads safely, efficiently and economically. So what would inspire a test pilot to try crazy aerial stunts with one of this enormous machines?
A new piece shared by reader Carissa Newton explains Six Ways To Kill Your Marketing Career. The number one method: you don’t make any mistakes.
Chris Flink, a principal with the famous design firm IDEO, explains that “suckiness is opportunity.” In other words, Failure is the secret to success.
The multinational firm Halliburton doesn’t have a flawless reputation. A story that they trying to pay off Nigeria, however, sparks an interesting discussion.
There’s a completely unfair stereotype that women are “bad” at subjects like science and math and “good” at subjects such as writing or art. However, it turns out that using this stereotype can actually boost performance.
You’re about to read the title of a Wall Street Journal article. It’s almost guaranteed that you’re going to want to click to read more.
There’s an old story about a computer programmer who openly talked to the press. He accurately reported the number of known bugs in a program, and thus risked the product’s success.
Reader Andy Huston provided a link to this video on failure, starring bestselling authors Tim Ferris and Ramit Sethi.
If you’ve ever wondered why businesses fail, a recent study has the answer. In two words: bad management.