Tagged: development

Lightning Lab II grows up – will its offspring make it to adolescence? - Stick

Peter Kerr Jun 03, 2014

  Anyone that’s been around young children will appreciate there’s a heck of a difference between a one year old and a two year old. A similar comparison is valid with Lightning Lab II, which last week had nine of … Continue reading → … Read More

Lightning Lab grows up, gets into its groove - Stick

Peter Kerr Apr 30, 2014

The Lightning Lab’s demo day had some quite fascinating works in progress…bring on Demo (to investors) Day on May 28 at Te Papa. The team behind LL are also, as you’d hope, a year wiser, further along a path with … Continue reading → … Read More

‘Fire engine envy’ + time = sales - Stick

Peter Kerr Apr 01, 2014

Fire engine envy. No, I never knew that such a condition existed, though it kinda makes sense if you happen to be involved in the fire fighting business. But fire engine envy is one of many factors that’s assisted Lower … Continue reading → … Read More

A trial with zero percent success proves trap’s worth - Stick

Peter Kerr Mar 18, 2014

 Any business that gets itself into a financial position to employ others is, by default, doing OK. If that operation starts with a completely new product, to survive long enough to (at least) thrive, is even better. So it is … Continue reading → … Read More

Finding the fruitful intersection of ideas and organisation - Stick

Peter Kerr Feb 18, 2014

 Ultimately this blog is a plug for Stephen Cummings handbook of ways that business can fruitfully marry management and creativity. Along the way it is also an endorsement of the Professor of Management at Victoria University’s Business School, and in … Continue reading → … Read More

Easterly on Gates - The Dismal Science

Paul Walker Jan 27, 2014

The 2014 Bill and Melinda Gates’ Annual Letter is out:By almost any measure, the world is better than it has ever been. People are living longer, healthier lives. Many nations that were aid recipients are now self-sufficient. You might think that such striking progress would be widely celebrated, but in fact, Melinda and I are struck by how … Read More

‘Always be pitching, looking for feedback’ – Wipster’s Rollo Wenlock - Stick

Peter Kerr Nov 19, 2013

“Get your idea out there as much as possible, pitch it to everyone, even to strangers in a cafe, see what happens. If it doesn’t resonate, you probably don’t have anything.” That was Wipster head sherang’s advice given at Wellington’s … Continue reading → … Read More