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53 Questions Developers Should Ask Innovators

TechEmpower CTO

At TechEmpower, we frequently talk to startup founders, CEOs, product leaders, and other innovators about their next big tech initiative. After all, that’s what tech innovation is all about. After all, that’s what tech innovation is all about. The innovator/developer relationship needs to be a conversation.

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Innovating Services for a Digital, Intelligent Future

CIO

According to Foundry’s State of the CIO 2024 study, technology leaders will be focused on driving digital innovation, redesigning processes, and modernising infrastructure and apps in the next three years in order to stay ahead. Tackling these requires innovation, built from a base of experience and knowledge.

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When it comes to early-stage growth marketing, it’s often better to imitate than innovate

TechCrunch

Jonathan Martinez Contributor Share on Twitter Jonathan Martinez is a former YouTuber, UC Berkeley alum and growth marketing nerd who's helped scale Uber, Postmates, Chime and various startups. While trying to gain traction in the early years, most of your time and attention should be focused on imitating successful marketing tactics.

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Innovative data integration in 2024: Pioneering the future of data integration

CIO

Of late, innovative data integration tools are revolutionising how organisations approach data management, unlocking new opportunities for growth, efficiency, and strategic decision-making by leveraging technical advancements in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Natural Language Processing. billion by 2025.

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The Problem with Product Market Fit (and What to Use Instead)

Speaker: Daniel Elizalde - Product Executive and Advisor

There is a big problem with the term "product market fit." Launching successful products requires a rare combination of market understanding, iterative development, and a lot of luck. Ask ten people to define PMF and you’ll get ten different answers. All of them are useless because they are not actionable.

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How strategic partnerships are the key to AI-driven innovation

CIO

Innovate or die,” Peter Drucker’s 1985 exhortation on the importance of constant reinvention, was great business advice for the last 40 or so years. Budgets to build new innovations It’s always a challenge to find the budget to build new innovations and platforms when the primary focus of the CIO is to keep the business running.

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What Innovators Who Create New Markets Do Differently

Harvard Business Review

Nondisruptive creation is when you create a new market without needing to tear down or displace others or your own business. There are no failed companies, lost jobs, or destroyed markets in its wake, opening a path to innovation where business and society can better thrive together.

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Navigating the Product Tightrope: Balancing Innovation and Current User Demands

Speaker: Jason Brett - Founder & Chief Product Officer, Product Coffee

In today's rapidly evolving market, product managers face the challenge of driving innovation while also meeting the needs and expectations of their existing user base. This webinar aims to equip you with strategies and insights to successfully navigate this delicate balancing act.

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The Retailer’s Guide to Marketing Data

Download this whitepaper to learn how innovative retailers use zero-, first-, second-, and third-party data to find their best customers and drive repeat purchases. You’ll learn: How to leverage consumer data to boost marketing ROI & customer acquisition. Techniques to build personalized campaigns & find the best prospects.

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks.

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How to Deliver a Modern Data Experience Your Customers Will Love

In embedded analytics, keeping up with the pace of innovation is challenging. Download Qrvey's guide to ensure your analytics keep pace so you can solve your user's biggest challenges, delight them, and set your product apart from the competition.

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5 Tips to Advance Your Career as a Technical Recruiter

Just as the tech industry revolves around innovation, so does technical recruiting. Market trends that’ll increase your response rate. Modern recruiters must commit to actively adapting and advancing their hiring strategies to advance their careers by attracting top candidates in a competitive landscape.

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Mitigating Risk in Digital Product Development

Add to that the competitive need to get a product to market fast and you’ll find product teams shortening their sprint cycles, relying on minimum viable products, and most shockingly, forgoing customer feedback altogether.

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Embedded BI and Analytics: Best Practices to Monetize Your Data

Speaker: Azmat Tanauli, Senior Director of Product Strategy at Birst

By creating innovative analytics products and expanding into new markets, more and more companies are discovering new potential revenue streams. But how do you identify these potentially profitable areas, and what can you do to take advantage of them?

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Cloud-Based Solutions: The Sky Is the Limit for Retail Success

Speaker: Ryan Bryers, SVP of Global Engineering

This exclusive webinar with Ryan Bryers will explore the pivotal role of cloud solutions in driving innovation and how they improves the pace, reliability, and predictability of solutions supported by automation. It's about unlocking unparalleled flexibility and driving business agility. Save your seat today!