Posts Tagged: startups

Behavior design, Google core competency, user behavior

A new way of mapping tech companies – user first degree or second degree?

Founding DNA does not change. When someone asks me what are the big challenges facing a company of any size, I tend to examine the founding DNA. The challenges ahead are typically a reflection of how the founding DNA defers

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Behavior design, Google core competency, user behavior

A new way of mapping tech companies – user first degree or second degree?

Founding DNA does not change. When someone asks me what are the big challenges facing a company of any size, I tend to examine the founding DNA. The challenges ahead are typically a reflection of how the founding DNA defers

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startup founder, entrepreneurship, long term thinking, founder behavior

FYI – The big trend is FYF

An unintended outcome of spending many years at tough problems is an internal bias for bigger and bolder ideas. When selecting a problem to work on or invest in, one may still goof up on many fronts – early traction, trend

startup founder, entrepreneurship, long term thinking, founder behavior

FYI – The big trend is FYF

An unintended outcome of spending many years at tough problems is an internal bias for bigger and bolder ideas. When selecting a problem to work on or invest in, one may still goof up on many fronts – early traction, trend

The Invisible ‘Like’ Button

This post was also published by YourStory.in. — We have had over three weeks of daily workshops at GSF-Bangalore on topics ranging from customer acquisition, minimal viable product, all the way to high performance teams and term-sheets. Every founder here has met

The Invisible ‘Like’ Button

This post was also published by YourStory.in. — We have had over three weeks of daily workshops at GSF-Bangalore on topics ranging from customer acquisition, minimal viable product, all the way to high performance teams and term-sheets. Every founder here has met

I like founders who let the market price their equity.

This post was also published by YourStory.in. — Most founders, including me, have at some point during their entrepreneurial journey been guilty of over-valuing their equity. I’m proposing that founders are better off if they just stick to this rule – “I

I like founders who let the market price their equity.

This post was also published by YourStory.in. — Most founders, including me, have at some point during their entrepreneurial journey been guilty of over-valuing their equity. I’m proposing that founders are better off if they just stick to this rule – “I

When ‘Return (of) Investment’ matters more than ‘Return (on) Investment’

“The woods are lovely dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And money to return before I sleep, And money to return before I sleep.” The only person you will find humming these words is someone who has

When ‘Return (of) Investment’ matters more than ‘Return (on) Investment’

“The woods are lovely dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And money to return before I sleep, And money to return before I sleep.” The only person you will find humming these words is someone who has