How corporates are using Squid Game to reflect on their business lives
How corporates are using Squid Game to reflect on their business lives

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By now, you’ve likely finished binge-watching Squid Game. The Netflix hit series is the talk of the town, with rising conversation on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.

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More surprisingly, Squid Game fever has even reached professional networking site LinkedIn, with many corporates sharing their reflections on business and career lessons gleaned from the show.

For one, the story of how writer Hwang Dong-hyuk had the script for Squid Game for over 10 years but was rejected by studios, investors and actors has resonated with the LinkedIn community.

“In the greatest achievements of the world, no important endeavour required innovation was done without risk. Rejection has to always be an option in art, in creation and in exploration, because it is risky and requires a leap of faith. So no matter who you are – an artist, a creator, or an entrepreneur – remember that failure and rejection are always options – but fear is not,” a post by Christel Quek, co-founder of Bolt, read.

Others have picked up lessons from the show’s (very bloody) childhood games.

“The first game played in the first episode of Squid Game, the Red Light Green Light, can be related to a simple and easy continuous improvement tool: Traffic Light Assessment. It focuses on three levels: Red (stop), yellow (caution), and green (continue). The company can quickly identify good and poor performance, and the management can make appropriate decisions to achieve the best performance for the organisation," wrote consultant Melvin Chong.

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