Shon V sorry for the delayed response. Ironically, I’ve been dealing with my own transition back into management.
First, I would argue that not everything is LinkedIn’s business. I have roles that I don’t include on LinkedIn (e.g. I once quit HubSpot for 87 days in 2012 and briefly took a CMO role elsewhere — that role isn’t…
Glad to see people talking about platform strategy beyond just SaaS companies and app marketplaces. Amazon is the perfect example, and they’re not shy about how they apply it:
“If you don’t know anything about the business, launch it through the marketplace, bring retailers in, watch what they do and what they sell…
I tried to respond with a simple Morgan Freeman “they’re right, you know” meme, but Medium didn’t that that was well enough thought out to be a response so now I’m typing it.
You’re absolutely correct. That’s the trap here: Core market pet rocks vs. true innovation.
Meet them? I don’t think I was old enough to have met them at the time the story took place, and the story wasn’t broadly enough promoted that I would have sought them out later in life.
But I lived immersed in the stories of NASA and never came across theirs until the movie came out. It was shocking to me that such a…
Excellent point — asynch communication is still best via text. Noteworthy that I don’t listen to voicemails but read every text.
Still, for interacting with “AI” voice will probably be better for most cases as that’s rarely asynchronous.
Is this really to disrupt binge sessions or to preserve resources from being used when no one is watching? The end result may be the same, but understanding the cause may help us understand why Netflix has an incentive to do this but Facebook does not.
You’re so well known that no one needs to know who you are. That actually is impressive.
I don’t try to close people who open with “if it sounds like I’m attacking you, I am”. Any attempt to close you would be a waste of your time and mine. It would also be an unmitigated irony.