I came across an interesting post on this topic, and I have to say, that I really agree with what the author, Kareem wrote. In it he mentions three key [ … ]
Month: October 2014
Facebook Developer Terms: Is there a lawyer in the house?
If I asked you whether you were concerned about privacy on facebook, what would come into your mind? Many people are thinking about personal information, and how that information will [ … ]
GeneTree … are you serious?
A couple of things up front: I’m not a privacy bigot. You can find me on facebook, LinkedIn, Plaxo, multiple blogs, flickr, my own personal website, and my corporate bio [ … ]
What’s the opposite of “analysis paralysis”?
I was discussing something with Alan today and during the conversation he said something like: Well, you don’t want to get stuck in analysis paralysis but you don’t want to [ … ]
Subscription Pricing vs. Enterprise Pricing
A question was recently posted in a number of Product Management discussion groups. It read (in part): …I am working on adding a subscription based pricing model for our product. [ … ]
Who upgrades their software on a Thursday evening?
Steve Johnson posted a link today to a Product Management survey being run by one of his friends at Kent State. So I clicked the link to participate in the [ … ]
Xobni: Cleaning up email
If this product works as advertised, it will help a lot of us. Email has become the unstructured data repository from hell. I read somewhere that up to 80% of [ … ]
Revenue per PM
Last week I asked the question, How much revenue for each PM in your company? with a link to a survey. The survey was intended as a “quick and dirty” [ … ]
Paul over at Product Beautiful had a great post about RACI– a way to breakdown deliverables by the people who are: Responsible Accountable Consulted Informed for each deliverable. It’s very [ … ]
Partnering for Strategic Breakthroughs
I thought I’d give this one a dry title – it’s really about the iPhone again. But I thought people would be pretty tired of iPhone posts by now. So, [ … ]