I’ve recently tried to re-think product management procedures and I’ve started to ask myself, “Why not build a brand before actually building a product?”Read More
Category: Product management
As many others, I too have been literally forced to create my own personal Google Plus account. Before setting it up however, a single thought came to mind:
“Google+ is doomed to succeed…”
It wasn’t that far back when mother Google started to abandon quite a few projects (Google Health, Google Buzz, Orkut very recently and many others); simply put, history has shown that Google cannot succeed on a “social” aspect.
Things with Google Plus started taking on a very serious form when much time and money was invested in it catapulting Google Plus to the status of Cappella Sistina of all Google’s social projects .
Will they succeed? In numbers yes. But certainly not as a disruptive Social networking platform.Read More
We all tend to believe that being a CEO at a startup is more than a role-playing game; it’s a highly demanding position, in which it’s required to do simply… everything.
Most of the times, this is true.
Motivating people involves much more than just monetary compensation. It also involves a fair amount of people skills, leading them to greatness, and helping them feel that their performance actually means something.
It is also important for employees to feel challenged, because this helps prevent boredom from setting in.
A product manager and an entrepreneur have many striking similarities.
Furthermore, these two unlikely bed partners can actually fulfil either role effortlessly, providing the skills, drive, enthusiasm and motivation is there.
Proper branding is essential to letting customers know who you are and what your company stands for. But how do you do this?
The following tips might help you develop your brand and reel those customers in!
Notes on Entrepreneurship, Product management & Leadership.
Nasos Gavalas is the co-founder & CEO of Eazybnb (improves the short-term rental system) who loves to build Products, Systems and people's skills.