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using apple computers destroys the freedom to innovate. ask richard stallman.
Really enjoyed this video, have written a blog about it here: https://johnhurle.com/2015/09/26/james-dyson-innovation/
Guy Kawasaki is a great evangelist, he knows how to say things to motivate people. The specifics of what he says are very fuzzy. He has a few good points such as the 10/20/30 rule for presentations; but, doesn't explain how to do it effectively. Basically he tells you what he did but not why or how he did it. That type of advice is extremely dangerous because the conditions that made it work for him probably won't exist for you.
Would you like to share your views on Guy Kawasaki's books/talks.. ?? He has also been in VC n stuff for some time.
thanks for sharing "StanfordUniversity"
Video has many myths
-You're always leaping blind
-If you're not failing enough you're not being innovative enough
-Diversification reduces risk
>accurately describes 5-6 product generations in advance
>over 80% success rate
>95 times more profitable]
-Satisfy desires of all actors
-Accountants view innovation as an expense
-Management is clueless about tech
-Small groups work
-VC like me-too
-Demo is not product
-Explain user value
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