Many a times MVP(Minimum Viable Product) and what definition it carries get clouded with lot of factors. To start with , let me refresh couple of aspects of what a MVP(Minimum Viable Product) may stand for: "It is a core artifact in an iterative process of idea generation, prototyping, presentation, data collection, analysis and learning. One seeks to minimise the … Continue reading Choice of MVP : Evaluate Your Options
The industry required periodic training for new products to have an intelligent conversation with customers; so every company conducted training programs to equip their teams with requisite knowledge which would serve all kinds of customers. It was early days of automation, e-learning was just beginning to raise a baby head; early versions were complex, unwieldy,… via … Continue reading Perspective On e-learning from Arun Gupta
Problem solving is rooted at the heart of making anything successful. It really has nothing to do with any field but sheer ability to look at problems and providing solution through combination of people , process & technology. Through years ( not so many but still ) , I have tried various ways to look … Continue reading Problem Solving…Lego Style
We have & continue to observe numerous articles as well inspirational content on how one should have start-up culture , mindset or spirit. All in different dimension & context. Irrespective of maturity business model & age of enterprise , it has become a fad to call oneself having a start-up mindset or calling the enterprise … Continue reading Startup Culture or something else …
What is a vertical API In simple terms these are industry specific solutions powered using API stack. So as more and more API get exposed to users , there is also a new trend catching up where API adoption is expanding to provide industry specific solution. Horizontal versus Vertical API As companies across the world are … Continue reading API Economy : Vertical v/s Horizontal
We encounter problems statements everyday and there are 'n' number of ways to solve them. In addition to this there is no good or bad way of solving them ! Over a period of time I have come to see that we generally get into conflict due to internal workings and although we do arrive … Continue reading Make Process The Winner!
I still remember this day 15 years back , when I was heading alone to Kolkata for joining my training at TCS . It was raining hard , when I arrived at the station. Being a day scholar most of my life , this was a big step forward outside the protected layers of my family … Continue reading 15 years on..Journey thru Professional Wilderness