Making a difference by design… Four ideas for you:One new look, one thought to ponder, one tip, and a game for you: Brand new website Race to zero – what’s your job? Certificate – highly recommend! Game – play to learn! Fresh new website! Check it out! Fresh new look & feel and updated with […]
Making a difference by design… On bucking the trend… Question: Should I be investing in product development right now? Well, I guess that depends on your financial situation, if you’re about to wind down the business, no maybe not. But for everyone else the answer should be Yes! Having a regular cadence of new products
Kitchen nightmares… lessons from Gordon Ramsay. I had a great conversation last week talking with former clients Gemma and Gary from Alliance and their new colleague Tre. We were discussing the joys of the product development journey. As Gemma, Gary and I were describing the highs and lows,Tre, who comes from the world of premium
Making a difference by design… Want to go faster? Stop reinventing the wheel! Reuse the IP that’s in the business. Learn from what your colleagues have already learned and build on their knowledge. Sounds simple right? Then why is it so hard to do? I think it comes down to two things: our habit of rushing
Making a difference by design… Want to improve? Then stop. Stop and take a moment to pause, to reflect. Learn from what you just did, from what just happened. You’ll be quicker overall because you’ll take a better path. Hurrying & rushing doesn’t work. We all know this. Yet, somehow it’s hard to break the habit.
Making a difference by design… The goal of my blog emails is to share my latest thinking to help you improve your product development and make a difference by design. They’re meant to add value, not to sell. I break that rule only a few times in a year. This is one of those times…
Making a difference by design… Critical success factor …. #2. The right climate & culture Following on from last week’s blog, what else is important to be successful in product development? The literature states that on a People and Environment level you need to have ‘the right climate and culture’. But what is the right
Making a difference by design… Back into the swing of things… One of the things that I keep a close eye on when it comes to product development projects is momentum. To me, momentum in a project is critical. Lose momentum and it is so much harder to get the project back up and going.