Authors: Larry Downes and Paul Nunes 2014 Portfolio Penguin; 7 chapters, 259 pages This is a thought-provoking book analysing the origins, economics and anatomy of ‘Big Bang’..Read More
Concluding part of the series covering mistakes that novice product managers make.Read More
Emotions run strong when designing a product. Here are some emotion led mistakes that new product managers tend to make.Read More
As a new product manager, there are many mistakes you are likely to make during the process. Here are some avoidable mistakes novices make and tips on what you can do about them.Read More
Occam’s razor, also known as the principle of parsimony, is a philosophical construct to dissect a problem to its bare essentials.
The principle finds references since the time of Aristotle, but was made popular by William of Ockham, who stated ‘Plurality must never be posited without necessity.’Read More
Doing a product demo is a high-pressure situation for everyone. And a lot of times, the products refuse to co-operate and seem to suddenly start abiding by murphy’s laws.
However, we can all take solace in the fact that this happens to the best of people and companies. Here’s a compilation of my favorite moments in tech where the product demo went so bad, that the presenter had no choice but to awkwardly laugh it off.Read More