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I came across this gem of a movie clip (From the movie The Pentagon Wars) that in a nutshell explains product management regardless of market or industry. The challenges and problems are always the same and this clip pinpoint that flawlessly. Naturally, this is exaggerated to prove a point but I still see the essence of the clip to be true. The movie itself is also said to be showing the actual truth of the development of the vehicle but I do not know the truthfulness of this. Let’s

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So I saw this amazing Ted talk about the guy who traded a red paperclip, trying to see how big he could make the trade. Can you go larger, generating value up until a house using a mundane object as a paperclip? The story of this talk is really about value generation. Quickly into the trading journey, the value he’s creating is organic but disconnected from the objects in the trade. The project makes him the tradable asset. The story around his project is the value and this is

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On a flight from Copenhagen to Frankfurt not too long ago I read the book How to think as Sherlock Holmes by Daniel Smith. Read it on my Kindle with a notebook close by to be able to take notes as I was reading. Notes were then transcribed into Evernote and my report archive together with additional notes on my key learnings and takeaways. Book notes Thinking is the process of intellectual & logical cognition Myers-Briggs Type Indicator define the following personality types Extraversion (E) – Introversion (I) Sensing

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So, I’ve been thinking about finding myself a fitness challenge for a while. To have a purpose with my training and also as a way of pushing myself to a more fit lifestyle. To give the workouts and weight loss an actual purpose more than┬ájust health. I’ve been running more or less for about ten years but never really focused. Competitions I’ve participated in have all been 10km races but no longer distances at all. I’ve been running for a way of both getting exercises but also as a

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ocial networks are here to stay. And since Google entered this market fully with Google+ we have yet another place to keep a profile – or do we? I for one start to get a bit tired of keeping all profiles up to date all over the Internet. I believe that we will see a pushback from our sharing society with the coming generation. This got me thinking; if I should go with one network only – what would it be? Let’s start by going through some of the

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hen I grew up as a child we had what was called computer knowledge on schedule. In fact, it was not that much about computers though as it was creating a muscle memory for where each key is in a qwerty-style keyboard. We got a paragraph of text and we were to repeat it. This was computer class back then. Today the educational space of gaming has changed a lot. Computers in education Going forward the computer itself became more of the tool instead of a tool. Quickly it

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