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eBay and The One Metric That Matters

eBay and The One Metric That Matters This post will talk about an excellent example of how one single metric can influence the success of a...

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The Vision Thing

The current era of twitter, tech blogs and 24 hour news channels has created a situation where we have more polarised opinions than ever before. Now...

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What’s up with WhatsApp?

When you see the price that Facebook paid for YouTube ($1.5bn) and Instagram ($1bn), then looking at the recent price that Facebook paid for WhatsApp...

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The One Thing that Dublin Airport does well

Are Your Customers Happy? How do you know if your customers are happy? The perceived wisdom is that there's no substitute for just going out and...

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The Fate of the Whistleblower

The Panopticon Jeremy Bentham’s panopticon was a unique construct for housing prisoners that was based on a quite interesting psychological...

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Hackmonth – that’s right. Hack MONTH July!

Hi guys, I’m looking for something a bit unusual but it is an amazing opportunity for some engineers currently available, and living in or near...

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How to Say No to the Boss

At last week's Product Tank meeting in Paris, I was giving a presentation about how better product management practices can help to add value, make...

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Paris Product Tank – A Community

  As I think about giving a talk tonight at Paris Product Tank, I think about quickly the product community in London has grown. From 30...

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Best & Worst of 2012

I took 5 minutes to make a list of the best and worst things that happened to me in 2013. I was a bit surprised at the things I wrote down when I...

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LinkedIn & Strong Signals

While reading René Siegel's article on LinkedIn Recommendations, I got to thinking about my experience with it. I have recommended people a few...

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