Why are companies like Amazon, Uber and Google so successful? Each company has nailed three core fundamentals...
Fundamentals that I've personally dedicated 2016 to researching, learning and teaching...
They are (1) Hiring, (2) Culture and (3) Experimentation.
If you get these three core competencies right, you've got a shot at consistent entrepreneurial success.
If you can figure out how to source, hire, interview and recruit the best talent...
And then if you can stick that talent into a culture that sustains their passion and enthusiasm...
And finally, give that talent a mechanism for continuous experimentation and innovation...
You are likely to build a company that can create incredible value and solve very difficult problems.
Over the course of my next few blogs, I am going to interview some of the greatest operators around today and share with you what I learn.
These entrepreneurs and executives know the ins and outs of creating these systems. We are going to talk about their successes, their failures, their challenges, their creative approaches, and much, much more.
My goal is to extract the tactics and tools you can use to create amazing processes around hiring, culture and experimentation.
Doing so will certainly not be easy -- if it was, every company would be operating at the level of these massively successful organizations.
However, I am dedicated to learning how to make this straightforward enough that any entrepreneur can begin trying these strategies.
At a high level, here are some of the key questions I want to answer and topics I will explore:
These are only a few of the questions I'm asking. If you have others, tweet at me @peterdiamandis and my Entrepreneur-in-Residence @codyrapp with your own.
These questions, and yours, will become my focus.
This is the sort of conversation we explore at my 250-person executive mastermind group called Abundance 360.
The program is highly selective. If you'd like to be considered, apply here.
Share this with your friends, especially if they are interested in any of the areas outlined above.
P.P.S. My dear friend Dan Sullivan and I have a podcast called Exponential Wisdom. Our conversations focus on the exponential technologies creating abundance, the human-technology collaboration, and entrepreneurship. Head here to listen and subscribe: a360.com/podcast