54 min

Scaling Incentives and Culture with John A. List, moderated by Max Artz Running Stuff, a Peterson Partners podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

In today’s episode, we speak with John A. List, Chief Economist at WalMart and author of  “The Voltage Effect.”  In this episode we talk about how to make good ideas great, and great ideas scale. John digs in to the common set of attributes that scalable ideas share and provides examples on scaling incentives and culture. This episode was from a conversation previously recorded with many Peterson-backed CEOs and entrepreneurs. 

The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

In today’s episode, we speak with John A. List, Chief Economist at WalMart and author of  “The Voltage Effect.”  In this episode we talk about how to make good ideas great, and great ideas scale. John digs in to the common set of attributes that scalable ideas share and provides examples on scaling incentives and culture. This episode was from a conversation previously recorded with many Peterson-backed CEOs and entrepreneurs. 

The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

54 min