They talk about differing energy cycles, ditching time cards & meetings, and measuring impact instead of employee activities.
Table of contents
[00:00] Introduction from Jay Frosting
[00:32] Interview with Julie Clow
— [00:42] Work is now global and 24/7, leading to over-saturation
— [04:25] We shouldn’t use rules leftover from assembly line businesses
— [06:26] Questioning assumptions about schedules, time cards and meetings
— [08:06] Work doesn’t need to seem unpleasant
— [11:10] Julie’s quiz to determine how poorly your business rates on a freedom scale
— [17:18] Measuring impact instead of activities
— [21:41] Implementing a Results-Only Work Environment as a startup vs. as an existing business
— [22:40] Employee freedom leads to more responsibility and accountability
— [25:07] Humans have different energy cycles
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