Think Like Zuck: Leadership Insights From Facebook’s Early Years

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Ekaterina Walter is the author of “Think Like Zuck”. Mark Zuckerberg was portrayed as a hard partying kid who also knew when to “lock in” and get the job done. He was respected by his colleagues for having a “decision tree” in his mind. That tree is the ability to make quick decisions based on the direction of real-life circumstances. And this has to be done at a moment’s notice. Zuckerberg knew that he had to be surrounded by smart people. So much so that he felt that it was utterly important to have Silicon Valley veterans to be on the Board of Directors for Facebook. When the company grew, he maintained his calm. The book details all of these leadership attributes and others.

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