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Keep your customers in the loop regarding your product upgrades. Here are some “Don’t Do’s” courtesy of Microsoft’s dismal track record with Windows Phone.
Nobody loves being an MS Excel data janitor. But if you have to be one, you might as well use an industrial mop instead of a toothbrush. Here’s how.
Should you rush your product to market or let the competition make the first move? Samsung’s release of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch provides a valuable lesson in choosing between a first mover or fast follower approach.
Learn how to determine your ideal startup team ratio to hire the perfect mix of product managers, ux designers, and engineers.
If you are looking to enter a new market or to redefine your positioning in an existing market, a thorough analysis of your competitors’ performance and financial health is essential. From a tactical point of view, if you are planning to sneak up on sleepy incumbents or to outmarket spunky new entrants, it is important…
They say Imitation is the sincerest of flattery, but should that be the case when looking at competitor product features?
Learning how to develop an effective market segmentation hypothesis is the first critical step to discovering your company’s key competitive edge.
Scrum for non-developers? Learn five ways the agile methodology can benefit any team looking to grow in efficiency and effectiveness.
In uncertain circumstances, a team’s collective ability to discern the need for and rapidly make adjustments is what makes them truly effective. That is one of the key benefits of agile methodology.