We have 3 different types of food blenders in our house. They are pictured below. I’ve tried to show them roughly to scale with one another. The first is a [ … ]
Month: October 2014
Friday Fun: Khaaan.com
OK, the spelling is off, but a website whose sole purpose is to repeat my last name over and over again is impossible not to share. http://www.khaaan.com Saeed (Wrath of) [ … ]
(How) do you measure customer satisfaction?
Dear Readers, I will be writing an article on how to measure customer satisfaction in B2B software. To prepare for that article I would like to hear your experiences or [ … ]
Our Blog via Email
For those of you email addicts, who prefer a message in your InBox vs. an RSS feed, we’ve recently added email subscriptions to our blog. Click here, or use the [ … ]
Embracing New Media
I’ve written about the CBC radio show “The Age of Persuasion” before. A recent episode entitled Embracing New Media is worth listening to. By looking at how people reacted to [ … ]
So why do we undermine ourselves?
My recent post about Tom Grant and Rick Chapman got me thinking. Is Rick alone in his misunderstanding of Product Management? To be honest, I knew what the answer would [ … ]
Tom Grant Kicks Some SaaS
Forrester’s Tom Grant has written 2 excellent pieces rebutting some rather uninformed blog posts and comments made by Rick Chapman over at SaaSUniversity.com. Many people, myself included, left comments directly [ … ]
Guest Post: 5 Things That PMs Should Do To Get Their Products Noticed
by Jim Anderson Just how many ads for products do you get hit with each day? 10? 100? 500? No matter what the number is, the end result is the [ … ]
New Ideas: Are we masturbating here?
I haven’t cleared this topic with my co-bloggers, so please let me say up-front: I take full responsibility for this post. – Alan Armstrong Twice on the phone today the topic [ … ]
Happy (belated) birthday to us (again)!
Well, just like last year, we did it again and forgot our own birthday. It was June 1, 2007 that the first item was posted on this blog. Now, two [ … ]