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Marty Cagan and Continuous Discovery and Delivery

Posted in Conference, Customer Experience, Event, Leadership, and Product

I had the honor of hearing Marty Cagan give his talk on The Root Causes of Product Failure at productcamp la yesterday. Many things that…

Jeanne Bliss’s Five CX Competencies Transform Your Experience

Posted in Business Strategy, Customer Experience, Innovation, and Leadership

Jeanne Bliss shares with us in her post Five CX Competencies Transform Your Experience: CUSTOMERS AS ASSETS Your focus is to get leaders to make…

How to Build the Perfect Team

Posted in Business Strategy, and Leadership

In a recent New York Times article, What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team: New research reveals surprising truths about why…

What to Expect at a UX Boot Camp

Posted in Customer Experience, Experience Design, and Leadership

Here is what you can expect at the UX Boot Camp for Entrepreneurs this Saturday, January 23 at PIRCH headquarter (9620 Towne Centre Drive, Suite…

ProductCamp SoCal Saturday, October 24, 2015 at EventPlex in Anaheim

Posted in Conference, Design Thinking, Experience Design, Innovation, Leadership, and Product

ProductCamp SoCal is a free, user-driven, collaborative unconference for product managers, marketers and designers in Southern California. It is a one-day gathering of product professionals…

Build a Design Thinking Culture that Creates World-Class Innovations

Posted in Business Strategy, Design Thinking, Innovation, and Leadership

In order to be a top brand, companies need to build a Design Thinking culture that supports world-class innovation. Many organizations are focused on operational…

People over Process and Tools

Posted in Business Strategy, Culture, and Leadership

The first line of the Agile Manifesto is “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.” My interpretation – and my experience – of this, is…

Return on Assets, Margins and Velocity

Posted in Business Strategy, and Leadership

Ram Charan, in What the CEO Wants You to Know, shares that: Return on assets = Margin x Velocity The things you are invested in…

Three Keys to Innovation Leadership

Posted in Innovation, and Leadership

Harvard Business School’s Linda Hill, co-author of Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation, and TED Speaker, with her team conducted extensive research…

The GE–McKinsey Nine-Box Matrix

Posted in Brand, Business Strategy, Leadership, and Product

Large organizations with multiple business units need a way to determine where to invest across all the units. The GE–McKinsey Nine-Box Matrix is a method…

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