One of the takeaways from Gartner’s IT Symposium in Orlando were the top strategic technology trends for 2014. Continue reading
Here’s another “what is product management” article. I like this one as it summarizes views and experiences voiced by professionals at an industry event – The General Assembly in Los Angeles. It mentions obvious points. For example, that product managers… Continue reading
According to research, “66% of new products fail within 2 years, and 96% of all innovations fail to deliver any return on a company’s investment.” Harvard Business Review recently surveyed 120 entrepreneurs on what their biggest mistake had been with a product or service launch. Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a good story? A well-told tale will grip us, excite us, engross us in a fictional world filled with compelling characters. This is no accident. The greatest stories, from children’s nursery rhymes to major blockbuster movies, are all the results of painstaking planning and design. Continue reading
This is a great post from Hutch Carpenter (@bhc3) on the obvious premise of business – to create something that helps fulfill a need or desire. The thing is, whilst it sounds like common sense, it’s not always done that way. Continue reading
Busy but clear infographic on @mashable, covering data sources, their main parameters (velocity/variety/volume) and structured/unstructured nature. Very informative!
Gartner defines Big Data as “high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making.” A bit of a mouthful! Continue reading