Focus on customer behaviour

Arguments about technology changing needs of the customer is exciting, winding and depressing, because our assumptions are based on popular all or nothing trends. No, people don’t queue up for change in straight lines. It’s messy. So instead of zooming in on trends, try to zoom out and watch behaviour changes of people. You don’tContinue reading “Focus on customer behaviour”

On those new year resolutions.

I had a peak in to my last year’s resolutions. It’s like a rude joke on my self by me. 🙂 Through painful analysis, I found out where I had gone wrong. It’s a trend, and it sounds good. Everybody’s doing it. I should catch up. 8 resolutions. Really ? Why I could not scheduledContinue reading “On those new year resolutions.”

2017 is the year of Drones

2017 is ripe for disruption in massive proportions. One is definitely drones. People who whine about loss of jobs for technology will be in for more bad news. Yes, drones will take away traditional jobs, but if you carefully watch below video, you will understand there is emerging demand for people who can handle drones, makeContinue reading “2017 is the year of Drones”

A leader’s dilemma on team building

We want teams to explore opportunities, yet we celebrate speedy delivery. We advise people to think as a ‘group’ but treat ‘group think’ as a cancer in the organisation culture. We want self motivated, initiative taking teams, but at the same time fear uncontrolled outcomes they bring in. We want people to meet, discuss andContinue reading “A leader’s dilemma on team building”

Startup Depression or just Depression ?

  ‘Although the truth is not always pleasant… it offers the recipient of that information the chance to change the outcome’ ~Grace Choi Last week at Global Entrepreneurship Community , I learnt ‘startup depression’ is a common problem among startup founders and team members. We were in a circle, candid and open, our hearts swelledContinue reading “Startup Depression or just Depression ?”