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Exponential Thinking in Six Steps: Unlock Ultimate Success

Innovation and exponential scale go hand-in-hand. But embracing exponential thinking takes more than a good idea–it requires adopting a flexible mindset.
What Is Exponential Thinking? Exponential thinking is the ability to think one, two, four, eight, 16 steps ahead. True innovation, and ultimate success, comes from those who are always looking forward and who aim for 10x, ...

#122 – A story about the exponential value we leave on the table by not treating our data as an asset. An interview with Herman Heyns, CEO of Anmut

This podcast interview focuses on product innovation that has the power to enable business around the globe to leverage the world-changing potential of their data. My guest is Herman Heyns, CEO of Anmut
Herman is an experienced professional with nearly 30 years experience in Finance, Technology, Data & Analytics and Value Management. ...

#23 – Product strategy: How to use AI to exponentially grow crop yields and farmer efficiency An interview about with Tim Willis, CFO and Head of Growth at Aerobotics

The focus of this podcast is on product strategy and my guest is Tim Willis, CFO and Head of Growth at Aerobotics, an AI startup from South Africa. He’s charged with growing Aerobotics in non-core markets, as well as its global expansion efforts. He’s built his financial management expertise at both Deloitte and Uber, ...

Product innovation secrets that create exponential impact

In January of this year, I started a podcast series with the sole purpose to share compelling stories of the value we can unlock when technology augments the unique strengths of people to help them to create remarkable impact.
As quoted in the book “Machines | Platforms | Crowd’ “The success of a venture almost never turns on how much technology it can access, ...

#173 – Imagine if we could accurately predict a customer’s response, rather than guessing at it? An interview with Coen Olde Olthof, CEO of Alpha One

This podcast interview focuses on product innovation that has the power to help creative people know upfront whether their Creative will work – and with that produce work that has an exponentially bigger impact. My guest is Coen Olde Olthof, CEO of Alpha.One
Coen started his career at KPMG in information risk management. ...

🔆 “People underestimate how hard it is to scale”

Interact CEO Josh Haynam posted this on Linkedin recently: 
“People underestimate how hard it is to scale.”
It got me thinking – in particular, what parts we underestimate most. 
So, I sat down in the Indonesian cabaña in my garden earlier this morning to reflect on the typical scale problems I see with the B2B SaaS companies I work with or interview on my podcast. ...

How to create defensible differentiation in your SaaS business?

How to create defensible differentiation?  It’s one of the most valuable questions to answer for a SaaS founder.
Here’s why:
If your product is hard to copy:
You have a market access advantage over alternative solutions
You have a resource advantage over alternative solutions
You have a price advantage over alternative solutions

Designing your SaaS business to create predictable traction. A 3-layer approach to reliably grow market traction for your Sales-led SaaS product

Getting traction is challenging in various stages of your business. Keeping it and making it remarkable is even more challenging.
It’s not only essential that traction starts (which is hard enough). It’s even more important that it grows and never stops doing so. Unfortunately, the latter part is where most SaaS companies suffer.  ...