ause it fits into our workflow so nicely.
I place product managers and the good ones are able to observe the workflow of a function and adopt their product to automate that workflow.
Products that claim "disrupt" or "revolutionize" often find themselves gathering dust.
I think the same can be said for the folks who try to hawk the "magic elixirs" to job search.
It's seagull marketing. Make a lot of noise, crap over everything and fly away. …
ft is doing it right! They will not move the technology north, so the Tellme team enjoys the benefits of being in a start up like environment and culture, but backed by a resource giant. Truly the best of both worlds!
I really enjoy working with the Tellme team - I have also worked with Microsoft up here, and am very impressed with the quality of technical folks.
/plugged-in; operational) behind your exhibit booth would be the thing to have and do. A logical team meeting place and/or "sales tool" if the conference schedule conflicted with the NLDS or ALDS, for example. Reps/VIP Customers could pile-in, feast, imbibe and the enjoy the games as they kept their "in-the-booth-schedule".
Airstream Company recruiters must use their product in this way...showcasing their product as they conduct interviews (keeping the door open) ; team meetings; and zzzzzzzzzzzzzzleeping.…