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All Things Digital – Issue #1/in Good Reads
I’ve been playing with the idea to create a curated newsletter that consists of all the things that I encounter.
In order to make this happen I’m trying out the ‘Revue‘ service.
Lets give it a go!
Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss/in Good Reads
Kim Scott (@kimballscott) has built her career around a simple goal: Creating bullshit-free zones where people love their work and working together.
Scott shared a simple tool for ensuring that your team gets the right kind of guidance — a tool she calls ‘radical candor.’
To help teach radical candor to her own teams, Scott boiled it down to a simple framework: Picture a basic graph divided into four quadrants. If the vertical axis is caring personally and the horizontal axis is challenging directly, you want your feedback to fall in the upper right-hand quadrant. That’s where radical candor lies.
Radical candor results from a combination of caring personally and challenging directly. But what does it look like in practice? Scott has created an acronym to help people remember: HHIPP.
Why reviews matter for hotels/in Good Reads
I regularly add articles to Pocket, a tool which helps me retrieve online articles about various topics. One of these topics is ‘hotel reviews’. Below you will find some articles (out of many) that demonstrate the importance of reviews for hotels.
Advertising via Instagram Business/in Good Reads
Instagram is now an end-to-end advertising solution. Increase awareness & message association, or get visits to your website or downloads of your app.
The Future Of Coding: API First Design/in Good Reads
API-first design. It presents a tremendous opportunity for developers who adapt — not to mention a major risk for developers (and companies) who don’t.
Google launches Customer Match/in Good Reads
Customer Match is a new product designed to help you reach your highest-value customers on Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail — when it matters most.