The Nintendo Labo is the coolest thing we’ve seen all week. Just watch the trailer.
Here are the best articles we’ve been reading reading this week…
Negative Feedback Rarely Leads to Improvement – “critical appraisals from colleagues drove employees to adjust their roles to be around people who would give them more-positive reviews.”
Kudos – Kudos is a new app we’ve created to give team members the recognition they deserve. We’ve been using it for two years and it’s been awesome. Sign up for early access.
Why PepsiCo CEO asks his team to ‘leave loudly’ – “…you can choose one thing that’s really important to you and build your work life around that.”
On Apple emoji’s 10th anniversary, the intern who designed them tells all – Wait, what? An intern designed Apple’s emoji’s? 😁
Ten Year’s Worth Of Learnings About Pricing – Great post covering the four components to pricing: 1. Strategy, 2. Philosophy, 3. Structure, 4. Positioning.
The Woman Engineering Uber’s Driverless Trucks – “Nancy Sun is trying to get driverless trucks on the road and convince truck drivers to trust Uber, too.”
Using page speed in mobile search ranking – Google has used page speed as a ranking factor on desktop for a while. Starting in July 2018, page speed will be a ranking factor for mobile searches as well.
Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble – “The Bitcoin bubble may ultimately turn out to be a distraction from the true significance of the blockchain.”
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