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That's a good point, I should add him. I'm always grateful for more recommendations!
Right – the whole "move fast and break things" ethos doesn't really fly when companies "grow up": https://mashable.com/2014/04/30/facebooks-new-mantra-move-fast-with-stability/
Saw this interesting thought piece recently on how enterprises can reverse the trend and be more hacker-y: https://www.reforge.com/blog/enterprise-growth
Quote the roundup you put together there, @aaron_iconicontent_com
Brilliant post, Aaron!
Sean Ellis's idea of starting with a 'must have' product is smart advice.
With the right foundations, growth is so much easier.
Maybe this will help, less noise, more signal - No affiliate link - https://www.amazon.com/Competing-Against-Luck-Innovation-Customer/dp/0062435612
I always appreciate those kinda compliments, so thanks to you as well!
This is excellent, thank you for sharing!
This is fascinating! Nice job.
Johannes, my partner in crime, actually got that and a bunch more with Guy right after a conference when the two of them sat down together. I'm gonna have to track down what happened to the rest of that video.
This is such a great post. I particularly love Guy Kawasaki, “If you know how to growth hack, but you have a crappy product, you still have a crappy product. Just make a freakin’ good product.”
It's not about shortcuts it's about being agile, willing to try unconventional strategies and having "a freakin' good product."
Saving this article to continue referencing for a long time.
I can imagine indeed, such awesome content being worded by the different executives, I would feel very small in between them #humble
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