While Lafley and Martin’s book doesn’t try to tell you everything you need to know about strategy, it does a great job of covering the basics of some really interesting, tried and tested strategic models in a straight forward way. Well worth a read for anyone excited about applying better strategy.
[bdlr] is a series of blogs about books related to Business Design. Each month I’ll be reading and blogging about books relating to Business, Strategy, Structuring, and Design. I’m looking forward to sharing it with you.Read more "The Business Designer’s Reading List"
This year was the first year I attended Web Summit, and it won’t be the last. These are my top eight takeaways from the three days in Dublin.Read more "Eight Takeaways From #WebSummit 2015"
A look at how we might want to structure our metrics so that we can make sure their being reported at the right level. That they’re relevant.Read more "Developing Relevant Metrics"
These days (not that I remember those days) we speak a lot about a willingness to fail. ‘Fail fast. Fail often’ we say. I don’t agree…Read more "Failing and Learning Aren’t Synonyms"
I signed up to take part in Roman Pichler’s Agile Product Strategy and Roadmap Training. During the day, these are the top three things I learned.Read more "Three Things I Learned From Roman Pichler"
On Saturday morning I was in bed watching an interview with Thomas McInerery when an idea came to me. A(nother) new Social Network.
So, I came up with this…Read more "Get it Out of my Head!"