Blog

How Steve Jobs’ Product Management Took Apple to World’s Most Valuable Company

How Steve Jobs’ Product Management in the 90s took Apple from Nearly Bankrupt to World’s Most Valuable Company

A business is ultimately defined by its products and services. As such, product management is one of the crucial skills every business leader should master.  A perfect example of this is Steve Job’s brilliant product management that rewrote Apple’s fate.

 [···]

Read More

3 Tempting Ideas that are Potentially Disastrous for Your New Product

Giving birth to a new product idea, developing it, designing it and launching it can envelope a dizzying and daunting array of steps. The amount of time you invest in each step relies on which one you give more preference to – rapidly manufacturing the product or taking your time ensuring top quality. However, it is also a truism that in a majority of cases, you may have to pick either. And this compromise can either make or break your product launch.

 [···]

Read More

7 Business Lessons to Share From 10 Years of Entrepreneurial Journey

Nobody can teach you how to be an entrepreneur. Becoming a successful entrepreneur is only something that can be achieved through hard work and learning from your mistakes.

However, advice from other successful entrepreneurs can definitely help you along the way. Here are seven business lessons to share from 10 years of entrepreneurial journey.

 [···]

Read More

Five Most Common Entrepreneurial Challenges on the Road to Success

Entrepreneurship is an extremely exciting and challenging job that is unmatched by any other. Every day could be presenting new opportunities and every day you may encounter a whole new challenge. Tackling new challenges and coming out victorious is the key to be a successful entrepreneur. Here are some of the challenges that come on the way of your entrepreneurial journey.

 [···]

Read More

Power of Asking Coworkers How They’re Doing

Have you ever been part of a team where people openly chat with each other about a variety of topics while they are working until “that manager” steps into the room?  “That Manager” is so hyper-focused on productivity, he/she considers all non-work conversations as useless interruptions and quickly shuts them down rather than seeing them as opportunities to create a sense of value among their staff.

 [···]

Read More