In 1991, Regis McKenna wrote a seminal article entitled Marketing is Everything that was published in the Harvard Business Review. The article paints a picture of technology as an agent [ … ]
Month: October 2014
And the ComputerWeekly IT Blog winner is….
A few weeks back, we asked our loyal readers to vote for us in the ComputerWeekly IT Blog awards. We were nominated in the IT Project Management category. Now, aside [ … ]
Daddy, what do you do at work?
My kids always ask what I do at work. When I work at home they see me shift between talking on the phone, sending emails, working on the computer and [ … ]
On Taking Advice
A short thought on taking advice: Business school case studies almost always go into details about some successful company or individual. Rarely, if ever, do they try to dissect a [ … ]
Agile/Scrum Software Development and Product Management part 2
There have been a number of good comments on my original post on this subject and I thought, given that the Agile 2008 conference is happening here in Toronto this [ … ]
I came across a really good post from a couple of years ago entitled Entrepreneurial Proverbs. Reminded me a bit of my own post on Product Management Axioms. (OK, enough [ … ]
A Not so Cuil (Cool) Launch
To a decent amount of fanfare, a search engine named Cuil (pronounced cool) was launched this week. Founded by ex-Googlers, Cuil was positioned as a direct competitor to Google. Now, [ … ]
Can’t we all just get along?
Having just finished a post recently defending Microsoft PM Scott Buchanan from the overwhelming force of the Cranky PM’s vituperative volley, I came across another scathing salvo from Tom Grant [ … ]