Why Low-Code Development Platforms Could Be Key in Accelerating Innovation?
Innovation seems to be a word that is vastly overused in today’s world. Everywhere you look you’ll see some reference towards it.
In-fact just this week I saw an advert for an innovative burger recipe. Now, I don’t have anything against the burger industry, but this recipe was neither innovative nor tasty. But I’ll save my “misuse of words” rant for another day.
Instead I want to talk to you about the role of low-code development platforms (LCDPs) in the innovation and transformation process. And I want to do it…
Throughout the years I have been amazed at how companies of all sizes fail to comprehend the simple evolution of stakeholders.
Stakeholder management is often addressed within job descriptions and training sessions explaining the role of the various groups and your interaction with them. Nevertheless, very rarely have I seen a company explain or act upon one very simple idea — that the role of your stakeholders can change.
The idea is very simple. For example, today’s job applicant may be tomorrows client, a future boss or an influencer within the media. Perhaps your supplier actually holds the greatest talent…
As a keen traveller I thought I would share a post I wrote for one of my clients — back in 2015 — on what Paris means to me.
“The whole of Paris is a vast university of art, literature and music… it is worth anyone’s while to dally here for years. Paris is a seminar, a post-graduate course in everything”
So I sat down to write my first blog for the MONDIMO platform this week based on current market trends in the Parisian property market when I was reminded of the quote from renowned American cartoonist…
‘Fake it till you make it’ has to be one of my least favourite ethos I’ve come across during my time working with startups. Don’t get me wrong, I believe this attitude has its merits in certain areas (such as launching a prototype of your product to better understand consumer behaviours), but this belief should not govern all aspects of your venture, which brings me on to my main point of this post.
As a startup one of your chief aims from day 1 is to build your audience and I think we can all agree the best way to…