3 organizational structure changes to strengthen your startup’s tech team

Originally published on Ventureburn.   Hiring experienced technologists is difficult. Many are happy in their current positions, and the others are inundated with offers. With software developer employment projected to grow 17% by 2024–10% faster than the average occupational growth rate in the US — it’s incumbent upon employers to ensure they stand out from the crowd. […]

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Deliver. Automate. Fail Fast. Succeed.

Originally published on Business2Community.  Software development and startup companies have an almost endless list of things to do. Even if they complete all of their tasks, there’s no guaranteed formula for success. But in a landscape changing as quickly as technology is, adopting these four principles will give R&D groups the best chance to succeed. […]

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Improve your startup strategy by focusing on 3 time-horizons

Building a strategy is similar to solving a very complicated problem. The computer science approach to this is break the big problem into smaller ones, but that is not a simple task on it’s own. There are many ways to “break-apart” the strategy question (e.g., marketing strategy, sales strategy, dev strategy, etc.) While those are […]

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Product management in 5 simple steps

My goal in this post is to break down the main activities great Product Managers do and briefly discuss each. This is meant to help organize and break apart the complex world of product management and allow further research into each area (this article does not cover aspect of Product Strategy and Portfolio Management, just managing and […]

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A simple model for feature prioritization

In this post I hope to quickly break apart the feature prioritization process. My goal is to help make prioritization more of a science and less of an art. Nothing below is ground breaking, but breaking it apart may help understand and manage the process better. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts and comments. Prioritization Model: (more…)

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