It doesn’t have to be crazy at work

Just notes and archives of some books I read and find interesting and relevant.

Book read mostly by people interested in how to run a business, especially one that deals with anything online. It offers valuable lessons on prioritisation, the mantra of “productivity” and of appearing “busy”.

But I would like to suggest it can be read also as a toolkit for “inclusive workplace”.

It tones down on all the (unnecessary) stress factors. It streamlines workload and helps to understand why “less is more”.

I think it is helpful to read it and to think how the ideas can help create workplaces that are more accessible for example to people with intellectual disabilities.

It doesn’t have to be crazy at work
Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson