Guide to Helping Teams Face Down Uncertainty, Burnout and Perfectionism, Remote work & more
The Growth Letter #73
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Today at a glance:
Article: Guide to Helping Teams Face Down Uncertainty, Burnout, and Perfectionism
Post: No remote, no talent?
Media: Demystifying Growth Hacking
Tool: Future of hiring
Framework: Find uncontested markets
Liz Fosslien dives into 3 weights that managers carry along with their emotional luggage as they swim into unprecedented waters with their teams. She provides actionable advice on how managers can work through uncertainties, push back against perfectionism & prevent their teams from burnout. A great read for current and future managers as they lead a changing business landscape.
With talent war capturing attention and remote work gaining traction, here’s a great post by the CEO of Bravado, focusing on the benefits of companies hiring remote talent. This may not be applicable to all industries but companies will tend to lose out on talent if remote work is not an option at all.
I had a great opportunity to deliver a masterclass on “Demystifying Growth Hacking” for the Al Hussein Technical University in Amman, Jordan. I had great interactions with early-stage startup Founders and hope they grow into great companies.
You can watch the session here. (You can start from minute 20)
Juno Talent is at the intersection between talent and growth operations, enabling exponential growth and organisational development. Our growth & talent experts help you develop strategies and systems needed to support your future, from conception to adoption, and based on your specific needs. My Co-Founder Michael Singleton and I aim to create services to make hiring a smooth process.
The Blue Ocean framework creates differentiation for a product or finds a new market that was uncontested. Blue ocean markets are high growth and profitable compared to the red ocean markets. An example of a company using the blue ocean framework was Netflix:
Netflix was competing with the DVD sales & rental industry in 1997. Netflix pivoted to selling movies & shows online by taking advantage of the internet. They also created a personalized subscription for people to choose multiple movies based on their previous views. When its competitors started copying them, Netflix moved to create its own content.
There was a little error last week on the PARI framework image, that is fixed and you can find the edited and correct version on here.