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Puzzle fragments III

A reflective interlude.

Bruno Pešec
Bruno Pešec
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Puzzle fragments III

Isaak and I have been discussing tough business questions "in the open" since last October. We created a little sandbox for us by defining three simple boundaries: (1) focus on practical questions, (2) speak from personal experiences, and (3) limit the conversation to ten minutes.

At that time we felt that "puzzles" is an apt metaphor for our joint exploration. Reflecting on the past nine episodes I begin to wonder if we are examining puzzle pieces from the same puzzle box or if we are in fact dealing with multiple puzzle boxes:

Either way, here are questions we plan to tackle next:

  • Is every invention an innovation?
  • Why should anyone buy your product?
  • How to stress-test a business plan?
  • Why won't my team innovate?
  • Is change management still a thing?
  • How do large language models impact development projects?

And perhaps a more thorough reflection episode would be warranted as well!

P.S. Email me if you have a topic that you'd like us to discuss.

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Bruno Pešec

I help business leaders innovate profitably at scale.

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