2012

Why Your New Development Methodology Didn’t Fix All of Your Problems

Pragmatic Marketing

It’s very easy to confuse actual progress with intentions to make progress. Why point out the obvious? I’ve had too many Agile conversations where executives confused “we want to build better software faster” with “we hope that some new processes will instantly catch us up on years of slipped deadlines and missing features.” ” The Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu is credited with saying: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”

Communication, Consensus building and Collaboration

Product Management and Strategic Marketing

In aviation there is an acronym called the 5 C’s: Climb, circle, communicate, confess, comply. All these are meant to assist a pilot who has lost orientation; they give you an opportunity to look at things from a different view - hence the climb and circle.

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Always Be Closing

Sachin Rekhi

Alec Baldwin’s epic performance in Glengarry Glen Ross is a great reminder that selling is all about confidence. And it’s equally important when selling yourself when first meeting someone. Having strong conviction and confidence will signal that you are certainly someone worth remembering

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Smart, Simple, and Easy To Use!

Product Management and Strategic Marketing

On the opening night of the Olympics, we decided to make popcorn to enhance our viewing experience. As we’ve done many times before, we placed a colored paper bag in the microwave with kernels, hit the start button and lo and behold-- the bag caught fire.

Mixing Qualitative & Quantitative Data with Storyboarding

Speaker: Tristan Kromer, Lean Agile Coach, Kromatic

Qualitative vs. Quantitative is a silly argument. Qualitative data from UXers should not compete against the quantitative data product owners need for their business model. Both are necessary to have a complete understanding of where the desirability of the product meets the viability of the business.

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What Motivates Me?

Sachin Rekhi

I often get asked what motivates me as an entrepreneur to do what I do. For some it’s fortune, for others it’s fame. But for me, it’s this: Seeing the positive impact the software I’ve built has on real people every day. That’s what motivates me. That’s why I do what I do

My Professional Identity

Sachin Rekhi

I recently went through the thought exercise of trying to define my professional identity on the web. When thinking about the various components that make up my professional identity, I thought about it in terms of what I’d like people to know about me and what best represents myself and my work. My Primary Identity. The following four online presences represent the core of my professional identity. My Resume - linkedin.com/in/sachinrekhi.