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  • Anand shared from High Output Management by Andrew S. Grove
    If good decision-making appears complicated, that’s because it is and has been for a long time. Let
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    Personas are just not concise enough for fast moving product teams.
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    Personas look at roles and attributes. Jobs-to-be-Done looks at situations and motivations.
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    Designing for motivation is far better than designing for attributes.
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    A large budget should define how well a problem is solved, never how many problems are tackled.
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    The most important thing a product manager does is decide where their product stops and someone else’s product takes over.
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    It’s easier to make things people want, than it is to make people want things.
    Note: intercom on #jtbd
  • Anand shared from a Personal Document
    “Plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.”
    Note: Dwight Einsenhower
  • Anand shared from Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters by Richard Rumelt
    A good strategy includes a set of coherent actions. They are not “implementation” details; they are the punch in the strategy.
  • Anand shared from How to Cultivate a Content Culture at Your Company in the HubSpot's Inbound Internet Marketing Blog section of HubSpot's Inbound Internet Marketing Blog by Corey Eridon
    If you're starting your own business, growing your marketing department, starting a job at a new company, or just trying to motivate a shift in your company's attitudes toward content creation , this blog post is going to teach you how you can create a content culture within your company.
    Note: How to cultivate a content culture at your company