Or Why Sometimes You Got to Be a Bit Daft
Out of many Old Big 'Ead quotes there is one one strikes me as particularly valuable.
In his famous 1979 interview with Motson, Clough opens up with winning the league as the ultimate prize. . . .
Adventures in ecommerce loyalty programme land
As my time with bonusbox wound down, it's time to pull a few things together.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of bonusbox experience was helping to kick off corporate blog. It's hardly a grand oeuvre, but it is good to get an overview at a single place.
Looking back, I've written about a diverse set of issues:
ProductCamp Berlin '14 Impressions
Last week's ProductCamp Berlin'14 was my third ProductCamp overall, and but the first one in Berlin.
The impressions of ProductCamp are always positive. About 100 product folk at one place, all keen to share, all keen to learn. Hard to go wrong, really...
Where are the F-people?
A week later, one thing still stands out - evident lack . . .
Product & Pastrami
What is this Product Dinner you talk about?
The idea is simple - you round up a dozen or so product managers, you put them in a decent restaurant and you let them chat. Given how simple the format is, I am surprised it is not done more often.
Thanks to Anna Alex of Outfittery who organised the event, I was lucky to join in this evening's . . .
New town, old product meetup
If I had any worries about quality product meetups in Berlin, I should not have had.
C-word instead of I-word
Notionally, the topic for the session was . . .
I've just finished Leander Kahney's "Jony Ive:
The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products". The book has its flaws, but it is definitely worth a read.
My principal objection is that it relies too much on secondary sources. Yet,
the fact that a seasoned Apple-watcher had to resort to such approach tells
you more about the . . .
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