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  • JBanon shared from Designing for the Social Web by Joshua Porter
    Customer Service is the New Marketing
    Note: Customer service is the new marketing
  • JBanon shared from Positioning : The Battle for Your Mind, 20th Anniversary Edition by Al Ries, Jack Trout
    What do these brands have in common? They were all the first brands in the mind in their categories. Today these brands are still the leading brands in their categories. "It's better to be first than it is to be better" is by far the most powerful positioning idea.
    Note: First movers claim prime position in customer's minds. #startup
  • JBanon shared from Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works (Lean Series) by Ash Maurya
    The proper application of any methodology first requires a clear understanding and separation of principles from tactics. Principles guide what you do. Tactics show you how.
    Note: 'Running Lean' the essential playbook for #leanstartup & #custdev. @ashmaurya
  • JBanon shared from Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage by Roger L. Martin
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    Note: #designthinking = analytical + intuitive thought in dynamic interplay
  • JBanon shared from The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick
    gadgetry. He encouraged people to think of the telephone as a broadcasting device, to send music and sermons across long distances, bringing the concert hall and the church into the living room. Newspapers and commentators mostly went along. That is what comes of analyzing a technology in the abstract. As soon as people laid their hands on telephones, they worked out what to do. They talked.
    Note: Bell thought the telephone would broadcast music, then came the customer. #custdev #leanstartup
  • JBanon shared from The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick
    gadgetry. He encouraged people to think of the telephone as a broadcasting device, to send music and sermons across long distances, bringing the concert hall and the church into the living room. Newspapers and commentators mostly went along. That is what comes of analyzing a technology in the abstract. As soon as people laid their hands on telephones, they worked out what to do. They talked.
    Note: Bell thought the telephone would broadcast music, then came the customer. #custdev #leanstartup
  • JBanon shared from The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick
    gadgetry. He encouraged people to think of the telephone as a broadcasting device, to send music and sermons across long distances, bringing the concert hall and the church into the living room. Newspapers and commentators mostly went along. That is what comes of analyzing a technology in the abstract. As soon as people laid their hands on telephones, they worked out what to do. They talked.
    Note: Bell thought the telephone would broadcast music, then came the customer. #custdev #leanstartup
  • JBanon shared from The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick
    gadgetry. He encouraged people to think of the telephone as a broadcasting device, to send music and sermons across long distances, bringing the concert hall and the church into the living room. Newspapers and commentators mostly went along. That is what comes of analyzing a technology in the abstract. As soon as people laid their hands on telephones, they worked out what to do. They talked.
    Note: Bell thought the telephone would broadcast music, then came the customer. #custdev #leanstartup
  • JBanon shared from The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick
    gadgetry. He encouraged people to think of the telephone as a broadcasting device, to send music and sermons across long distances, bringing the concert hall and the church into the living room. Newspapers and commentators mostly went along. That is what comes of analyzing a technology in the abstract. As soon as people laid their hands on telephones, they worked out what to do. They talked.
    Note: Bell thought the telephone would broadcast music, then came the customer. #custdev #leanstartup