OUR Founder’s quirks
We're introspective when it comes to our industry and our work. And we draw our inspiration from our founder. And yes, he's quirky.
The nature of change in today’s world dictates that the facts of today will become the anti-facts of tomorrow. That gap between fact and anti-fact – what we call time to untrue – is not only tending to zero, but widening at the same time. To get ahead in this climate, organizations must fundamentally rethink their approaches to problem solving.
Just as in nature, organizations will at some point become extinct. We believe that an organization’s ability to scale and diversify, in combination, will be what slows their eventual extinction. What’s needed is a state of flow, where entropy and innovation act in harmony with order and efficiency.
When it comes to deciding where to allocate resources toward solving business problems, we need to plot two variables: The frequency with which certain business problems occur, and the potential business impact of solving those problems. It’s easy to fixate on trying to solve only the highest-impact business problems, but that would be a mistake.