In the second of our annual surveys, we again, looked at the state of working product managers. We had double the responses compared to last year, so have lots of great data to share – this first post will look the general stats, with further posts coming to look at specific aspects in more detail. …
eWeek Enterprise Big Data Analytics: 10 Prominent Trends to Look for in 2014 eWeek Big data—a market that IDC has forecast to surge at a 40 percent compound annual growth rate, from $3.2 billion in 2010 to $17 billion in 2015—presents a formidable...
A series of personal innovation stories from a new book by Luis Solis,
Karen Resch McKeown's insight:
Entertainment shapes product innovation through collective imagination about the "art of the possible" ...partly explains why everyone is looking for gamification experts to join their product and UX teams and why having playful environments helps too
Product Marketing Rule #19 from the best-selling book, 42 Rules of Product Marketing, was written by Christine Heckart, Chief Marketing Officer, NetApp Before you agree to be measured by leads or pipeline contribution, do the math!
I’m sure that most of you have heard of sales battlecards. The Microsoft Partner Network still encourages every channel partner to create at least one to help them better align competencies across their channel ecosytstem. Battlecards are short, sales-ready documents that provide sales teams with an understanding of a specific competitor’s marketing strategy, key sales Continue Reading →
4 big data predictions that won't happen in 2014 -- and 1 that will VentureBeat Executives, analysts, and, yes, writers have been spilling out predictions for big data this year, but some of them seem a bit outlandish.
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