Remote leading is not entirely different from leading on-site. I worked with remote teams for some years in several contexts, but for now, working remotely is the current reality for many of us. I’m still learning and trying different approaches, and of course, I’m making some mistakes along the way. However, I would like to[…]
Posts Tagged: innovation
Last week Facebook and a consortium of 27 partners announced the cryptocurrency Libra (a reference to the Roman measurement for a pound), new global money, and the foundation for a new universe of financial services. They want to make the first Libra coins available to the public in 2020. Okay, that’s a magnificent vision, but[…]
Prioritization is one of the most popular topics on PM communities, and it is a top concern for most Product Managers.
Robots can pour you a coffee, cook your dinner, and your dessert. However, just because robots make the food doesn’t mean that it hasn’t human- work to be done. At Creator, for example, the robot isn’t the point. The point is what the robot allows the restaurant to do—things that are potentially industry-shaking. This precise[…]
Many people believe creating a product or innovating, is a mysterious or magical thing. I receive many people from different countries here in San Francisco trying to understand why Silicon Valley is one of the most innovative places in the world, and how they can discover and create “the next big thing,” but there is[…]
I supposed that you heard about The Lean Startup, learned, or applied even some pieces of this method in your startup or in some product development that you tried to validate. If you are an entrepreneur, you probably know this methodology proposed in 2008 by Eric Ries, using his personal experiences adapting lean management and[…]