Title: Simple Rules for a Complex World
Speaker: Kathleen Eisenhardt (Stanford University)
Simple rules are unique.
Simple rules relate to a defined activity.
Boundary rules and how to rules are the easy ones to learn. Priority ones are a little harder.
You can spend an endless amount of time in business in meetings.
Highly creative people are often using rules.
Rules around creativity force you to think more.
The hardest rule of all to learn is when to stop doing something.
Rules let you scale.
Sometimes you’ve got to break the rules.
Be sure you’ve got a really good first boss.
A rule takes the emotion out (of a decision).