Jeff Bezos uses the 'disagree and commit' rule to overcome an uncomfortable truth about teamwork
He will be stepping down as Amazon's CEO at the company's peak. What can we learn from him? According to Jeff Bezos, the 'disagree and commit' rule contemplates an individual's capacity to express their disagreement with an idea, while at the same time accepting the outcomes they foresee happening could in fact not, or be easily reversible — the main benefits of it being: reducing the number of meetings and quicker, more decisive team action. In this piece for Inc. magazine, Jeff Haden tells us a bit more about the concept. This story was originally published in INC. magazine in October 2020.