S03E09 The Kronos and Kairos Episode
January 31, 2024
Theresa Destrebecq & Vincent Musolino
- In your opinion, when is innovation overused?
- Binary questions - Are they useful or not?
- Are creating and innovating the same?
- Moving from being salaried to hourly and the implications/impact it had
- Feeling of liberation being hourly rather than salaried
- Sense of equity - treating all of us the same
- Mental load and how it's often not counted in salaries
- Sense of autonomy in deciding to work or not
- Working to deserve the salary
- Space for thinking/reflecting separate from doing
- What's your relationship to decision-making?
- Working less as one of the goals
- Stepping back to reflect on the decision and knowing the criteria of success
- Failpoint brainstorming
- Sunk Cost Bias
- Is salary associated with time spent in a corporate setting?
- Are we creating space for psychological detachment from work?
- Companies taking time of employment engagement
- Is a salary enough of a reward for engagement?
- Can we pay someone based on meeting metrics?
- Quality versus quantity of work
- Can companies do what entrepreneurs do in terms of paying employees?
- Parkinson's Law -- the task will expand to fit the time given
- Playing with time to get you motivated
- Honoring where people are in their lives, and adjusting their expected time at work to their stage in life
- Kronos time (the passing of time) versus Kairos time (the quality of time)
- Universal income - untying productivity with your value in society
- Could we live in a world where people do what they love with love
- Depression and it's connection to purpose and meaning
- The attention economy and how it draws people in
- Moral decision about what we produce and whether it's worthy
- Inequity in salaries
- Time I spent at work doesn't matter - what, how, and why matters more
- Quality of time versus quantity of time
- Taking Smart Risks - Doug Sundheim
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