Posts categorized: Events and conferences

Is Apple Pay set up for success?

  • September 2014
  • Posted By Greg Garson
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What the announcement of iPhone 6 and Apple Pay means for the future of mobile payments Apple is taking the lead in solidifying the standards for mobile payments, and has spent time on critical aspects of the product to give it the best chance of capturing as much of the payments space as possible. Four

Growth Hacking – The Next Frontier For Lean Startup

  • August 2014
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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“Growth hacking” has become one of the most contentious terms in the product development community. Despite a healthy debate, there’s still much to be explored, and the interest to determine how growth hacking can help entrepreneurs, product managers, and marketers achieve sustained growth (searches on the topic are at an all-time high, according to Google).

5 Principles of Improv Comedy Applied to Project Management and Delivery

  • July 2014
  • Posted By Janet Muto
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(This post was co-written by Ceceilia Allwein, Project Manager. Learn more about Ceceilia here.) Recently we attended an Intelligent.ly workshop called Sales Training Through Improv with Allan Telio, vice president of the Startup Institute and a longtime improv comedian. Not only was the session fun (how could it not be?), but we realized that the

Bringing Big Data to the Masses at Boston’s AnalyticsWEEK Unconference #bosaw2014

  • April 2014
  • Posted By Janet Muto
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Boston played host recently to the 2014 AnalyticsWEEK Unconference. For five consecutive evenings (March 24 – 28), some of Boston’s brightest minds met to discuss the leading issues in “big data” analytics across a variety of industries. I had the privilege of attending two of the sessions—one on healthcare informatics and another on financial services

Going with Your Gut versus Big Data Analysis: Which Works Best for Product Innovation?

  • January 2014
  • Posted By Janet Muto
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There is a battle going on between emotion and logic in enterprises across America. In past decades, “gut feel” was often the dominating force used to make critical product development decisions. Executives steeped in a deep knowledge of their company and their industry would rely on intuition, a hunch, a notion, that a product would

How Do You ‘Do’ Innovation? A Recap of the @HighStartGroup @MassTLC #unConf Session via @JanetMuto

  • December 2013
  • Posted By Janet Muto
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“How do you bring innovative new product ideas to fruition?” That’s how I began my session at the 2013 MassTLC unConference last month in Boston. It didn’t take any more than that to spark an engaging conversation at one of the region’s most dynamic business events. Over twenty people participated, representing an eclectic mix of

Best Practices for Building the Best Mobile Experience

  • December 2012
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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By Nitzan Shaer How often do you have an experience on a mobile phone that you describe as “wow”? How often have you felt that you really enjoyed it or got what you needed in 5-30 seconds? Of the 700,000 mobile apps, only a small number meet the high watermark of truly outstanding mobile applications.

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