Posts tagged with ‘ISV Strategy & Innovation’

  • Re:Imagining innovation is a pressing need, now more than ever

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  • With exponential thinking, you can be the next Unicorn

    by Steven ten Napel
  • Disruption by Design

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  • Culture wins workplace and employees win marketplace

    “To win in the marketplace, you must first win in the workplace.” – Doug Conant, former CEO of Campbell soup

    by Steven ten Napel
  • Customer Intimacy in ‘The Age of The Customer’

     In this age of the customer, the only sustainable competitive advantage is knowledge of and engagement with customers.” – Forrester Research

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  • Independent software testing is an Oxymoron in the age of DevOps and continuous delivery

    “Inspection neither improves nor guarantees quality. Inspection is too late. The quality, good or bad, is already in the product.…

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  • Big-bang ICT transformation is passé. Innovation must be rapid, agile, continuous, and evolutionary

    IT giant fined € 21 million after SVB fiasco Some of you might have seen recent news reports about the unprecedented penalty…

    by Steven ten Napel
  • ISVs must make the leap from software products to digital platforms

    There is a lot that is already written on the impact of digital accelerating technologies on various businesses and industry…

    by Steven ten Napel
  • Modernization is key to avoid the ISV death spiral

    Traditional ISVs (and legacy software products) are in a death spiral The traditional ISV (Independent Software Vendor) business model of…

    by Steven ten Napel
  • Innovate or perish – product leadership demands a mix of innovation strategies

    A few weeks ago, I published a blog on growth strategies for product companies, in which I presented a broad…

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  • Identity theft and data loss, a digital business nightmare

    “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Let the sentinels on the watch-tower sleep not, and slumber not” – Wendell…

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  • In Product outsourcing, Core vs Context is a red herring

    The growth needs of a product company cannot be served with a project-centric mindset, which is precisely what traditional IT…

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