This week’s blog post is going to sound a bit tech blasphemous, in that I am suggesting that companies need to focus more about what their products do, then the sexy and interesting technology used to do it. To survive the ever evolving world of innovative technology, a company needs to focus on their core […]
With BYOD (bring your own device) becoming more and more prevalent in the business world, a new set of issues and opportunities are disrupting tradition IT departments. Business teams want choice in the tools they use to do their jobs and the devices they use them on. IT departments are concerned with security, consistency and […]
Innovation begins with listening to and understanding your customer pain points. Rather than focusing on trying to create first and then convince people they need what you are offering. If we create what they need, then it will be more easily adopted by the market.
Most of what I follow on Twitter and LinkedIn are companies, news sources and industry info. Mixed in with this lot are a few of my modern day heroes. People I admire because of their successes and because they make a difference in the world they live in. The commonalities seem to be that they […]
We’ve all been there. The customer from #$@! That demanding squeaky wheel customer who wants what you don’t have in the product today and they want it yesterday. The customer who pushes your limits on scarce resources – people, time and costs. Then sitting on your side of the table, there are equal pressures. The […]