Posted by Marty Cagan on July 31, 2013 at http://svpg.com/this-i-believe/
Quoting Marty Cagan’s points:
- rapid and constant evolution in technology provides hope that we can continue to solve important problems for people and our world.
- passionate leaders…are the people that make an impact in the world, and I want to help them achieve their vision.
- to be effective in helping people and organizations improve, you need to be honest.
- Successful teams are comprised of these sorts of people (smart, willing to work hard, passionate about what they do, and sincere about wanting to improve), and the world needs as many as we can find.
- the accomplishments I feel proudest of today are not the actual products I helped create, but rather, the many people across our industry I have helped to hire and develop…I love seeing them creating exceptional products, and leading great organizations of their own
- I believe in continuous improvement. I try very hard not to get too attached to, or to be too closely associated with, any particular school of thought or technique
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The remarkable thing about your mental life is that you are rarely ever stumped.” – Daniel Kahneman It’s Thursday morning. You settle into your office chair, you crack open your laptop, you take a…
Great posting from Product Talk by Teresa Torres!
Teresa discussed this in person over great beer and refreshments on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 Startup Product Talks meetup at Atlassian http://bit.ly/1e8Yr72
Teresa is also speaking on Friday, October 11, 2013 Startup Product Summit SF2! Register today for best price! http://bit.ly/11J59AG
Startup Product Summit SF2 is one event during Product Weekend San Francisco, starting with trainings on Thursday, Summit on Friday followed by AfterParty, then Product Camp San Francisco on Saturday all at historic Broadway Studios! Follow blog to stay updated at http://startupproduct.com
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This blog on “Design Software” is not going to be about a review of what exists, but rather in what I feel is missing in the current offerings from so…
– The best chance for a product to be developed to strike the balance between obtaining the highest performance, lowest cost, and any other requirement exist at the earliest stages of development.
– The ability to consider multiple concepts and measure/simulate performance against requirements early, i.e. before any detail design activities begin, maximizes the opportunity for a product to be successful.
– In other words: the best concept yields the best product.
So if the best potential for success is in the concept development phase, where are the conceptual engineering software tools?
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