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I’ve blogged this topic in a previous post, would like to add thoughts. Curiosity, or natural inquisitiveness, sets product professionals apart. Our questions lead to explorations into personas, buyer behaviors, value props, solutions. Coupled with persistence: “I just have to … Continue reading
I am asking about the time you noticed that special product (gorgeous car, designer shoe, computer) and in noticing, it hit you square between the eyes, was it love at first sight? I was the Personal Computer Evangelist (aka analyst) at … Continue reading
I’ve been studying for certification and attending product best practices seminars, meeting other product professionals and comparing notes. Below (in no order) is what I’ve heard regarding creating, rewarding and optimizing a culture of product innovation. These are from us, … Continue reading
Again, you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, … Continue reading
Blogger Holiday I am away, unplugged, or studying for my certification. I promise to in the autumn. Happy summer in the meanwhile!
How do you successfully climb a mountain, or launch a successful business, or develop/deploy a new product? You have to have a clear goal, planning and preparation, leadership, teamwork, innovation, execution, excellence, perseverance, and trust. Roland Smith, CEO Wendy’s/Arby’s Group