It might be a bit late for 2023 prophecies, since the year has already started. Nevertheless I wanted to share a few thoughts about what interesting things, I think - and to a large extend hope - we will see starting to materialize in the year ahead as part of growing trends, and what the… Continue reading 4 perspectives for 2023
Can churn be good?
Churn is inherently a bad thing for any startup. You don't want to lose customers or revenue. At least not in the 99% of the cases. But churn can also be spun into a good thing. Churn is an opportunity for you to learn, what you can improve and do better. Because by churning, customers… Continue reading Can churn be good?
Preventing something from happening is without any doubt one of the biggest opportunities in healthcare - and perhaps especially digital healthcare. Trying to keep people from developing a medical condition that requires cost medical care is a really good idea for everybody concerned. And given the nature of prevention - and thus lack of physical… Continue reading Silent opportunities
The beachhead pitfall
Every time I see a startup pitch for funding, the founders include an assessment of the size of the market, they are going after. The more detailed ones also give an assessment of the size of that market, they believe they can make their own and why. It is all well and good. Sometimes I… Continue reading The beachhead pitfall
The future work OS
For quite some time I have been thinking about how the new hybrid work culture requires a new operating system facilitating getting work done through collaboration and efficiency. I fully realize that there are a plethora of legacy systems for all parts of the journey out there, but on the other hand, I believe the… Continue reading The future work OS
Have you ever thought about how many different SaaS tools for business there are, who help you get things, you have decided on doing, done, but how few (great) tools there are at helping you reach the right operational decision about what to do? As a former business manager with a deep passion for getting… Continue reading BMaaS
The power of disagreement
Being in disagreement sucks. Not only is it a sure way of ensuring you defocus from what you should ideally be working on. It also can be completely draining of energy. And depending on how the disagreement plays out, it can be downright nasty and make you want to head for the exit. But there… Continue reading The power of disagreement
A challenge of a generation
Aside from climate change one of the most daunting trends facing us in the Western world is the thought that for the first time in generations, there is every chance that our kids are NOT going to be better off than we were compared to our parents and the generations before that. In the US,… Continue reading A challenge of a generation