SalaryBar – work hard, play hard, get paid

Money is not the most important thing in the world. But a solid #salary sure as hell helps, and you deserve a fair compensation for your efforts. SalaryBar offers a detailed, unbiased salary benchmark. We combine the most extensive algorithm in the market, with the human touch of our SalaryBar tenders. The only data we’ll never…

Reid Hoffman’s Masters of Scale; Startup Success

HINEKEN’s favorite podcast series Masters of Scale by Reid Hoffman and friends sumarized the 10 strongest commendments to achieve startup success. We’d argue that 99% of this podcast treasure is valid for all companies including the largest multinationals. Some tips; minute 16.00 Hire for persistence and curiosity. Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook – hire the best…

“the Four” Silicon Valley’s Trillion Dollar companies

This week I’ve spend an amazing time on the West Coast. I had the honor to visit Trillion Dollar Tech companies that are shaping the way we communicate, shop and basically live. As a souvenir our Cupertino team handed over the book below, “the Four” by Scott Galloway, an absolute must read. Do not wait…

“Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow”

“Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow”. Listen in on this MastersofScale podcast with Reid Hoffman on how at the scale-up of Facebook the team worked on both improvements for better user experience in the short term, as well as thinking about the future when billions of people are using the product. They had the #FINISH in mind from the start.

Today join the “zero-likes” network

Within the current Facebook craze the small community approach of OUTNR.com makes more sense then ever. The global game changers network today consists of some 300 curious professionals. Instead of aiming for a 300 million plus membersbase like LinkedIn or a 1000 plus likes culture like Facebook, OUTNR.com aims to facilitate real interaction between one…

decision making when Facebook was more of a hobby

Mark Scheipner – My podcast of the week is Reid Hoffmann’s interview with Mark Zuckerberg. His early decision making during times where Facebook was more of a hobby is absolutely fascinating.