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Why your mobile product is destined for failure
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I have bad news. It’s more than likely that your mobile app will fail. Regardless of how brilliant the idea, how innovative your technology, how strong your development team, or…

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Mobile is intersecting with Big Data
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Given that portable devices have largely become an extension of the human person, they are rapidly collecting, consuming, and leveraging increasingly complex and rapidly growing sets of data. Not only…

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Mobile First & The Product Mindset
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With the rise of portable computing devices, Google announced about a year ago that it was pursuing a new product development mindset – one they described as “Mobile First.” The…

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Current product development trends
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Quick Insight: There are a couple of trends that we’ve been tracking and that I believe are of note to the product development community. Mobile, obviously, is hot but it…

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The Magic Behind Self-Funding Products
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The principle of the Product Mindset I am most fond of is the “Self-Funding Product.” I tend to throw it out in conversation and expect others to know what I’m talking…

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Before the Tipping Point: How Three Pillar Global is Leading the Outsourcing Delivery Revolution
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Recently, the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) brought a Gartner special report to my attention. Titled The Future of Outsourcing and IT Services, it is based on the article, Steering…

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Need to Succeed? Think Product, Not Project
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The Project Mindset leads to tunnel vision, which is a recipe for failure.

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