“Yes, you should change everything.”
— Brady Brim-DeForest

Formula.Monks CEO offers insights about the benefits of small teams in his new book Smaller is Better: Using Small Autonomous Teams to Drive the Future of Enterprise.

Brady Brim-DeForest, CEO of Formula.
The Smaller is Better Book, by Brady Brim-DeForest.

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Brady Brim-DeForest brings more than two decades of executive leadership experience, sharing real-world case studies that demonstrate how smaller teams have helped the world’s leading enterprises save billions in operating costs while shaving years off product innovation cycles.

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Smaller is Better explores how large organizations and public institutions can address contemporary challenges by empowering small, autonomous teams to undertake specific missions.

Drawing from Brady’s first hand experiences, the book provides a practical blueprint for intelligently breaking down and solving large-scale problems, making it an insightful and valuable read.”
David Recordon, Former Director of Technology for the White House, Obama and Biden Administration

David Recordon

Former Director of White House Technology

“If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide to leveraging the power of Lean principles in the enterprise, using tried and true methods across many industries, look no further than Smaller is Better.
Patrick Vlaskovits, NYT Bestselling author of The Lean Entrepreneur and Hustle

Patrick Vlaskovits

NYT Bestselling author of The Lean Entrepreneur and Hustle

“Change is hard, and making change happen is even harder. Brady Brim-DeForest doesn’t make change easy—no one can do that—but he makes the process very clear and easy to follow step by step.

Whether you are teaching dinosaurs to dance or putting together the next unicorn, Smaller is Better should be on your bookshelf and in your tool kit.”
Ethan M. Rasiel, author of The McKinsey Mind and The McKinsey Way

Ethan M. Rasiel

Author of The McKinsey Way and The McKinsey Mind

Brady Brim-DeForest, CEO of Formula.

About Brady Brim-DeForest

Brady is the Chief Executive Officer of Formula.Monks, co-founder at Media.Monks, and the Managing Partner at Halmos Ventures.

Brady helped pioneer the application of agile development, lean product design, and autonomous teams at Enterprise companies, enabling global-scale institutions to design, build, and ship competitive products at startup speeds.

He led technology solutions for clients like AT&T, American Express, Caterpillar, Cisco, Disney, Fox, Nielsen, and Ubisoft, as well as platform and product architecture that powers numerous Fortune 500 companies across the finance, telecom, media, and healthcare verticals.

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