New York magazine finally admits who's the boss.
In case you didn't know, aiCIO is the boss.
Late last week (I was on vacation and thus missed it entirely at
the time and I refuse to apologize for this), New
York magazine--the edgier half of the New York elite
magazine duopoly, across from New Yorker--breathlessly
Bridgewater has built a custom "Baseball Cards" app for use
on its in-house iPads, according to two people with knowledge of
the app, which will list the strengths and weaknesses of every
employee, from lowly associate to Dalio himself. Bridgewater
managers are currently testing an early version of the app, which
will eventually be rolled out to all of the firm's 1,000-plus
employees, the people said.
Yeah yeah, blah blah. But then they got their heads on straight
and said THIS:
Dalio, who made an estimated $3.9 billion last year, is a
known fan of Steve Jobs, another business titan who was concerned
with workplace culture and truth-telling. Last year, aiCIO magazine
compared the two in a story that asked, "Is Ray Dalio the Steve Jobs of
Heck yes we did!