System-Thinking in Team Building: Insights from EX2019 Curator Sam McAfee

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  • Sam McAfee is not a UX guy, which is why we’ve asked him to be one of our curators for Enterprise Experience 2019. This year’s program is designed to help UX leaders align, collaborate, and cooperate with peers from other functions in the enterprise—like engineering and product management, two areas Sam knows better than most.
    In this episode of the Rosenfeld Review, Sam shares his thoughts on the many forms leadership can take, how different types of people can all find their place on a larger team, and the way organizational structures affect the output of the people in them.
    A 20 year Silicon Valley veteran, Sam is the author of Startup Patterns, and helps companies build and scale new digital products, find and master product-market fit, and improve software development process and teamwork while scaling.

    More about Sam here.

    Sam’s recent reads:
    Team of Teams by Stanley A. McChrystal
    Drive by Daniel Pink
    Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
    Essentialism by Greg McKeown

     

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