Kaizen is the philosophy of continuous improvement.
Product improvement is the process of making meaningful product changes that result in new customers or increased benefits realized by existing customers. The two most popular ways to make product improvements are:
1. Adding new product features
New features are risky. You have to be very confident they will be valued, as they’re like children; you have to love them and support them no matter what.
New features expand the scope of the existing product, often making a big marketing splash, getting a version bump, and resulting in some press releases. Often the fanfare attracts new customers and new use cases for the product. Typically, new features are the only improvements that outsiders (i.e. non-customers) will ever hear about.
2. Improving existing features
You can improve an existing feature in three different ways:
you can make it better (deliberate improvement), you can change it so customers use it more often (frequency improvement), or you can change it so more people can use it (adoption improvement).
How to make product improvements to existing products by DES TRAYNOR, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Intercom (Inside Intercom)
A VERDADE tem sempre colocado seu prumo em meus desalinhamentos. Eu sou especialista em desalinhar mas ELE me ama tanto e sabe do meu amor por ELE, ainda que esse amor seja em alguns momentos como orvalho da manhā.
A VIDA tem me ensinando a nāo viver conformada com os desalinhamentos causados pelos balanços de uma vida cronologica mas tem me transformado onde nada nem ninguem seria capaz de tocar. #identity#gratidao#vidaextraordinaria#vidaextraordinaria#altruismo#autodeselvolvimento#missaodevida
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We are not one thing we are many. .
To ourselves our identities are fluid depending on who we are interacting with and the scenario. Our identities to others are fluid too depending on the way we interact with them and what they associate us with. How cool is that that each one of us has the power to morph into whatever we choose to be. We may not always have the power to change how someone else perceives us but that certainly does not define who we are.
Today I was a rope rigger, tomorrow I will be someone’s aunt & sister. Who will you be tomorrow? The day after & for the rest of your life? You decide... #mindofasurvivor#identity
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