Monthly Archives: December 2010

Virtualization – Does Anyone Really Know how to Do It Well?

I found myself reading a report on-line today that was showing how poorly companies are implementing virtualization — in particular, how they are essentially falling backwards in achieving greater efficiencies in their infrastructure compared to the wastage they had before … Continue reading

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By Vision or Consensus

One of the things I find most compelling about the¬†entrepreneurial¬†world is how it divides into those who are vision led and those who lead through consensus (market study, everyone’s opinion). On first glance, this might seem like an odd way … Continue reading

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Customer Advisory Councils to Affirm Product Strategy (“don’t let the tail wag the dog”)

Many companies attempt to set up customer councils or advisory boards to help direct product strategy. One of the many challenges is to find customers (or other potential partners or users) who both have the time to participate, but more … Continue reading

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