Sat.Jan 21, 2023

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How much Product Discovery Is Enough?

TL; DR: Evidence-guided Product Discovery Using Itamar Gilad’s Confidence Meter How much product discovery is enough? Figuring out what is worth building often feels valuable in and of itself.

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A Whole New World? Dealing With Office Space Decisions in the Current Landscape.

CEO Insider

Since the pandemic, there has been a massive shift in the way we work. Now that the biggest threat seems to have passed, leaders are trying to decide what option is best for their workforces: working in an office, remotely, or a mix of both?


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SMART Goal Setting Worksheet

Mike Morrison

A simple worksheet to help write SMART Goals or objectives The post SMART Goal Setting Worksheet appeared first on RapidBI. Management smart goal worksheet SMART goals smart objectives

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Saudi Arabia is becoming a leading AI nation – without most people noticing

Pandora's Brain

Vision 2030 is Saudi Arabia’s radical and ambitious plan to transform its economy, and the lives of its people.

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Fail Well, Pivot Fast: Product Experimentation for Continuous Discovery

Speaker: William Haas Evans - Principal Consultant, Head of Product Strategy & Design Practice, Kuroshio Consulting

This presentation will explore the basics of the scientific method and examine how proper experimental design, multiple hypothesis testing, cohort analysis, and split testing can effectively reduce batch size and lead to validated insights. You'll leave the webinar with a new understanding of how to experiment in a way that generates real insights, not just noise.

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What is Kubernetes, and why should I learn it?


Kubernetes expert and best-selling author Nigel Poulton explains the basics of the platform, the pros and cons of using it, and how to get started

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The Fermi Paradox: Where is everyone? With Anders Sandberg

Pandora's Brain

In the summer of 1950, the physicist Enrico Fermi and some colleagues at the Los Alamos Lab in New Mexico were walking to lunch, and casually discussing flying saucers – as you do – when Fermi blurted out “But where is everybody?”