Some will just lock themselves in their office, workshop or lab and start hacking it down, assembling, soldering, coding… it has to be done today!!
Others will take a piece of paper and start drawing, making a shopping list and evaluating how it can be done.
At the end, all of the above is okay as long as you include project sizing as part of your thought process. Read More…
Mind mapping goes back a long time but it is really Tony Buzan,a British psychologist, in the 1960s that put it literally on the map by creating rules about how to mind map. Today, mind mapping is used in schools and offices, yet, it is my experience that it hasn’t entered the mainstream business activities. When I do a mind map with my clients, many are just surprised about how efficient it can be.
There are several ways to do mind mapping, here are a few of them and some considerations you might want to evaluate when mind mapping.
The numbers reported by many companies and countries in relation to wage increase, record revenues and booming stock market over the last months seem to confirm that one can survive based on the fact that there are enough customers out there willing to live with a new criteria of satisfaction: low pricing. Read More…
This example shows how academic and university programs are known for bringing businesses into the future and creating a long term sustainable environment that extends the lifecycle their products. This attractive go-to-market strategy applies to many markets where design and creativity are of the essence (design, art, fashion, design automation and high-tech development).
Creating your own academic program is well worth the effort: here are 5 important steps you need to take for making it a success.
- Business Development
- Business Models
- Customer Service
- Easy Rules
- Knowldege Transfer
- Maker Faire
- Mass Market
- Product Launch
- Project Management
- Raspberry PI
- Social Media
- Teaching Lab