Sunday, September 15, 2019

Three Factors For New Product Success



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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Disruptive Innovation = Simplicity


Disruptive innovation = simplicity Because progress occurs by making things faster, cheaper, and easier. hashtaginnovation hashtagdisruptiveinnovation hashtagsimplicity hashtagstrategicsimplicity


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Simplicity: 21st Century Super Power

Simplicity is a super power, and the future of the 21st century's Attention scarcity age. Our creativity is sapped by complexity and having to make decisions. The amount of info in the world is increasing. To scale, we need to be able to quickly train employees and educate our customers about our products/services. Simplicity allows us to do this. hashtagsuccess hashtagsimplicity hashtagstrategicsimplicity hashtagbusiness



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Happiness and Doing


Nothing I do makes me happy. I am just happy, and I bring that happiness to the things I do. hashtagtruth


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Data Science: Pipes and Straws


Data Management: Organizations need both fat pipes and narrow straws hashtagDataAnalytics hashtagdatascience

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How to Have a Fulfilling Career


Having a fulfilling career: It's 20% choosing the right field and 80% finding the right company / boss. #business #hr #careermanagement


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Thursday, September 5, 2019

Apps and User Settings: Use Groups

When you design an application, it is an audit and security risk to give all users access to every function.

But, there are two ways to set user access—and one of them is much better.

1. Direct user settings - For each user, you enable system settings, such as limits and access.

2. User Groups - Settings are done at the group level, and users are assigned to a group.

In my 30 years of experience, I have seen both types of applications.  From both an administrative and a security/audit point of view, the group option is always best.

Apps should be designed so that new groups can be created/modified/deleted, and users are never directly assigned any settings.

As the number of settings becomes complex, the group model is even more important.  It is easier to track one group for each user, then having to track multiple settings per user.

For example, if you have 30+ different settings and, for a user, you need to temporarily give them a higher level of permission for one function, it is easy to forget to set the value back, and hard for auditing to catch it.

However, if you create a new group, with "temp until XX/XX/XXXX" in the name,  set the permission here, and change the user's group to this new group, it is much easier to track.

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