Category Archives: business planning

Congratulations ! you are now the CEO – what’s next

You were just appointed the CEO of a company in distress. You are expected to quickly turnaround the business. What do you do ? I was asked that question a couple of weeks ago and so I sat down to

Congratulations ! you are now the CEO – what’s next

You were just appointed the CEO of a company in distress. You are expected to quickly turnaround the business. What do you do ? I was asked that question a couple of weeks ago and so I sat down to

Corporate innovation – A survival guide

Can corporate innovation be sustainable ? Let’s talk about some of the best practices to maintaining corporate innovation through two stories. Late 2000. Moore’s law, about shrinking transistors by half their size while doubling a chip’s processing speed every 18-24

Corporate innovation – A survival guide

Can corporate innovation be sustainable ? Let’s talk about some of the best practices to maintaining corporate innovation through two stories. Late 2000. Moore’s law, about shrinking transistors by half their size while doubling a chip’s processing speed every 18-24

Lean Startups – Part II – Business plans – Where do they fit in?

Following the last post, I was asked two main questions: Customer development – Isn’t that what we do when running focus groups and surveys ? Business plans – where do they fit in ? Customer development isn’t about questioning users

Lean Startups – Part II – Business plans – Where do they fit in?

Following the last post, I was asked two main questions: Customer development – Isn’t that what we do when running focus groups and surveys ? Business plans – where do they fit in ? Customer development isn’t about questioning users

“ Very few startups fail for lack of technology. They almost always fail for lack of customers”

I’m sure you are very busy and with so many things going on, there are tasks in which you invest minimum time and resources to get them done (hopefully reading this is not one of these tasks). That is what

“ Very few startups fail for lack of technology. They almost always fail for lack of customers”

I’m sure you are very busy and with so many things going on, there are tasks in which you invest minimum time and resources to get them done (hopefully reading this is not one of these tasks). That is what