Spectrum of delight:A product strategy framework
According to Gibson Biddle – former Netflix’s product lead, product strategy answers the question “How will your product delight customers, in hard to copy, margin-enhancing ways”. In this blog post I examine why that definition is interesting, and how it can be applied when formulating your product strategy
We should use the term Imposter Phenomenon, because it takes into account the multi-dimensional complexity associated with the phenomenon. Rethinking it as such allows us to escape from the individualistic mindset and examine the concept from multiple levels.
Constraint relaxation and chunk decomposition as means to insight
What is the most prominent theory on insights, and what methods can be used to achieve insights ?
A synthesis of risk management, part 1
This blog post is the result of my notes, taken with different interests in mind, converging towards a topic of risk management, hence the title of the blog post. In the first part, the narrative examines risk using multiple insights that I have been able to obtain overtime. These insights (to me anyway) are drawn…
Dining Philosophers: An intuitive interpretation of the hygiene solution
In this blog post, I will introduce the dining philosophers problems, and discuss Chandy and Misra’s solution (which is also referred as the hygiene solution). It’s not a formal discussion, but rather an intuitive interpretation, therefore I will omit details that I don’t think are conducive to my interpretation, and expand on details that I…
Linear Algebra – Things unsaid
Connecting the dots between various seemingly heterogenous concepts in linear algebra.