Perseverance

For those of you just participated in the fifth Mars Rover (Perseverance) Landing Watch Party, you realize you sacrificed some other virtual event or getting some work done. Notwithstanding the rare nature, what intrinsic value can be garnered relevant to what you do...

Is a “solid pipeline” enough?

On a call recently I heard a person suggest that since they had a “solid pipeline” we could rest assured any investment in their technology would be wise. In this case their solid pipeline was their sales funnel. Whether leads have not yet been fully vetted, are if...

2020 clarity – Lessons Learned

2020 Lessons Learned Businesses that depended on in-person interaction with customers saw that come to a halt in March of 2020. As you look back you realized you had to pivot your business in one way or another to interact with your customers. So did TIMIT. Virtual...

UGWYPF

I’m sure you’ve probably heard the expression “you get what you pay for”. When I think about this two things come to mind. If you buy cheap you get cheap. And if you’re willing to pay more for a certain brand you’re probably paying too much....

MVB and Microsourcing

How MVB and Microsourcing can get and keep your business going When Eric Ries introduced the concept of a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) we learned how new product introduction could be done with lower costs and risk. Quickly launch a product with minimal features and...

Citizen Developer?

I listened to a thought-provoking discussion recently sponsored by low code/no code technology leader Creatio. The controversial term “citizen developer” is garnering a lot of interest and dialogue, and some curious emotions. So why the emotion? It is no more than...