The Brydge for iPad – Review

I have been meaning to write this for some time now that the Brydge is shipping and it's been in my hands for the past couple months. Click here to see the video overview of the Brydge if you are not familiar with this iPad keyboard and cover. The Back Story A few years ago … Continue reading The Brydge for iPad – Review

Turning Product Development into a Process

A product manager's best friend is data. Without data you are left with opinion and predjudice. With data you can have great discussions about tradeoffs, impacts and data forces people to deal in the 'real' versus 'what if' world. Digging into my product management roots, I thought I would share one of the tools we used … Continue reading Turning Product Development into a Process

Cash is king if you want to keep peace of mind

If you have ever been married, you know that you are not just marrying your spouse, but also adding their family and friends to your extended family. On that wedding day, you also introduce new demands on your time such as yearly visits to the in-laws, requests for grandchildren and an endless stream of birthday … Continue reading Cash is king if you want to keep peace of mind

Lunch in or out – the company culture dilemma

I have read a few blog entries about the need to bring lunch in so that workers stay in the office. There is an opposing view that it doesn't really gain the business much by providing free in-house lunches. My personal opinion is that this type of activity by itself will not build or break … Continue reading Lunch in or out – the company culture dilemma