..is to come to understand that they see the world differently than we do, to acknowledge that they have a different worldview, something baked in long before they ever encountered this situation.
I think long-term thinking squares the circle. Proactively delighting customers earns trust, which earns more business from those customers, even in new business arenas. Take a long-term view, and the interests of customers and shareholders align.
Jeff Bezos, consistent since 1997 http://1.usa.gov/119lKcA
“…solution providers that focus on hardware and on-premise services need to find new sales people that understand the cloud and can sell based on business outcomes rather than specific products and speeds and feeds. “You want to get into the cloud?” she asked the audience of solution providers. “Fire all of your sales force”.
Says Gartner Vice President and Distinguished Analyst Tiffani BovaVia
Maybe training and deep understanding of the new business in place would be sufficient! It’s a good provocation from a Gartner people, switching on cloud require specific competences il all organisation fields.
Every day, thousands of startups are trying to make it easier for people to share 6-second video clips or bookmark photos of cats.
There is a world of enterprise software companies that modern startups are completely oblivious to. These enterprise software companies are making millions of dollars building the kind of technology solutions that the average startup would laugh at. It’s time this changed.
Hatch was playing the role of dungeon master, calling out devilishly complex scenarios that were designed to test each and every piece of their system as they entered the exponential traffic-growth phase of the election. Mark Trammell, an engineer who Reed hired after he left Twitter, saw a couple game days. He said they reminded him of his time in the Navy. “You ran firefighting drills over and over and over, to make sure that you not just know what you’re doing,” he said, “but you’re calm because you know you can handle your shit.”
Monkeys on typewriters could have banged out more astute predictions on the mobile industry three years out, even if they were being waterboarded with pure LSD.