View the video: How to build a company where the best ideas win. Ray Dalio: How
View the video: How to build a company where the best ideas win. Ray Dalio: How
View the video: How to build a company where the best ideas win. Ray Dalio: How to build a company where the best ideas win | TED Talk Out of painful failure, Ray Dalio evaluated his process of decision-making. This evaluation resulted in the creation of an “idea meritocracy”. Think about what this means. Consider what this requires. For Bridgewater Associates, an “idea meritocracy” requires “radical truthfulness” and “radical transparency”. They use a “Dot Collector”, which relies on somewhat complex algorithms. However, these are merely mechanisms of inclusion. They are means whereby everyone participates and moves toward truthfulness and transparency. What might radical truthfulness and radical transparency look like in your professional setting? What might you do to enlist direct input from those with whom you work? How might that affect your performance?

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