This weeks post looks at the two pizza team which was popularised by Jeff Bezos.
In the early days of Amazon he instituted a rule that every internal team should be small enough that it could be fed with two pizzas.
The goal was, like almost everything Amazon does, focused on two aims: efficiency and scalability.
Is it finally the time that our organisations will make the shift to smaller teams, not just because of financial savings, but because of their increased effectiveness and productivity?
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In the early days of Amazon, Jeff Bezos came up with a rule: every team should be small enough that it could be fed with two pizzas. The ‘Two Pizza Rule’ signalled that Bezos didn’t want more talking, more line reports and more communication. He wanted a decentralised, even disorganised company where creativity and independence prevailedContinue reading “Why Small Teams Win”
Unless you are a fortune teller, long term business planning is a fantasy. Why don’t we call plans what they really are: guesses. Start referring to your business plans as business guesses , your financial plans as financial guesses and your strategic plans as strategic guesses. Now you can stop worrying about them so much.Continue reading “Why Your Business Plan Just Killed Innovation”