Lipstick on a Pig

What a classic business owner’s decision: COO to OWNER: “Our sales are hanging in there but not growing. Tariffs are cutting into our margins, and as current owners you prefer not to make significant capital investments.” CEO to OWNER:  “Should we update our strategies and grow the company with minimal investment, or should we ‘put... Continue Reading →

The “Cookie-Dough” Analogy

This is a great metaphor that I came up with that applies to most high tech products, and could certainly make the a point to all innovative companies with a product development group. Click on the link to see the diagram (below). What do you all think? Post by: Ryan Stock

A/B Testing

Brian Christian reports in the May 2012 edition of Wired that (now-classic) A/B testing of web site variations has virtually replaced HiPPO decision-making in tech circles, at least for web design decisions.  (HiPPO is “highest-paid person’s opinion.”) "Over the past decade, the power of A/B testing has become an open secret of high-stakes web development.... Continue Reading →

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