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UX design to get ahead

Not Just a Pretty Site: How Wow-Worthy Companies Leverage UX Design to Get Ahead

As a budget-conscious business leader, you are looking for software with results. Results that save time and resources...

New to writing software requirements? Here’s how to start.

The tips and guidelines provided in this post come from an actual coaching session we had with a prospective client on...

inefficient software off-the-shelf software

What to do when your inefficient software is costing you more than it’s worth

Standing out among competitors is every company’s goal. But there is a cost to being original. While stand-out...

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Make Informed Decisions with Business Intelligence Software

Peter Drucker was right. “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” Business intelligence...

How firms like Quora scale to billion dollar valuations

Q&A site Quora, launched in 2009 by former Facebook execs Charlie Cheever and Adam D’Angelo, has quickly become...

Leverage Resources Outside of Your Firm

Lessons from Uber & Airbnb: Leverage Outside Resources

Airbnb, with only 8 years in business, was valued at $25.5B, eclipsing Marriott ($21B) and Hilton ($25B). Onlookers...

Improving customer experience: show us the money

A lot of folks, myself included, have been writing about customer experience lately. This year has even been labeled the...

To deliver the best customer service, “dare to be bad”

An attribute map will show you where to spend money improving customer experience, and where not to bother. If you’re...

The new customer experience: show them you care, but make it quick

By now you’ve probably heard that millennials—aka Gen Y, born between 1982 and 2000–have officially overtaken baby...

Help your workplace get inspired

When I was a kid, I loved to rearrange the furniture in my room. Shuffling things around made my same old stuff look...

How to make accidental innovation a business purpose

Like most of us, I’ve had my share of accidents—luckily, nothing major. Accidents happen all the time, no matter how...

A tale of three companies (only two still standing)

In a previous post I talked about industry bottlenecks, and how unblocking them can lead to exponential growth for your...