May 25, 2023
The Tao of Management with Patrick Pichette: How Routines Drive Success and Empower Teams (with Patrick Pichette, Partner at Inovia Capital)
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Is personal development an afterthought for you or your team?
It shouldn’t be!
A strong sense of purpose fuels motivation and provides team members with the determination to seize the day.
In episode #150, Patrick Pichette discusses the crucial role of effective processes and routines that facilitate effortless flow and alignment within a team.
Patrick Pichette is a technology leader with over 30 years of experience, having guided prominent companies like Google, Twitter, McKinsey, Sprint Canada, and Bell Canada through digital transformations and periods of intense growth. As Google's CFO from 2008-2015, he was instrumental in the company's strategic growth and the creation of Alphabet, overseeing nearly 150 acquisitions, including Nest and Motorola. Pichette also served on Twitter's board from 2017-2022, chaired the board from 2020-2021, and co-facilitated the company's $44B sale to Elon Musk in 2022.
In this episode, Patrick shares his blueprint for building high-performing teams, creating development plans, and trusting your team.
Tune in to hear all about Patrick’s leadership journey and the lessons learned along the way!
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
[04:35] Becoming a super individual contributor
[09:40] Don't make development an afterthought
[16:50] Developing world-class employees
[21:20] Creating a development plan
[25:20] Routines are the Tao of management
[35:32] Lessons learned as the Chairman at Twitter
[40:32] Capture diversity immediately
RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
* Follow Patrick on LinkedIn
* Follow Patrick on Twitter
* Read Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production by Taiichi Ohno
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