Tag: harvard

  • Why Companies and Government Do “Innovation Theater”

    This article previously appeared in the Harvard Business Review. The type of disruption most companies and government agencies are facing is a once-in-every-few-centuries event. Disruption today is… Valid question… Source: Steve Blank Why Companies and Government Do “Innovation Theater” Instead of Actual Innovation

  • What People Hate About Being Managed by Algorithms

    Uber ran a study to figure out, how people feel about being managed by ‘the platform’. And to no surprise, Captain Obvious helped with the results. Drivers working for the company, feel like they are managed by a micromanager, watching every small step and worse, criticising every small mistake, leads to worse, sometimes toxic results. […]

  • What It Takes to Become a Great Product Manager

    While doing a bit more research on Product Management, I found Julia Austins thoughts on HBR the topic. She reflects on three primary considerations for the role: Core Competencies, Emotional Intelligence(EQ) and Company Fit.  Her original aritcle is here, the HBR release is here.