Posts Tagged ‘yahoo’

Podcast interview – The Journey of Work

Larry Cornett on The Manila Folder podcast

I was recently interviewed for The Manila Folder podcast. You can listen to the 30 min interview here. On this episode I sat down with Larry Cornett, Ph.D. and we talked about his work journey. Larry started his career at IBM and then moved over to Apple, while finishing his dissertation for a Ph.D. in…

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Presentation: The User Experience IS the Product Experience

The User Experience IS the Product Experience from Larry Cornett Presentation Transcript The User Experience IS the Product Experience, Product Management Conference, Larry Cornett, Ph.D. Overview The Power of Product Experience User-Centered Product Design (UCD) The Role of Product Management Product Success at eBay Q&A The Power of Product Experience Focus on UX matters It…

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Investing in Your Leaders – The ROI of Leadership Coaching

I had the good fortune during my career to participate in leadership coaching for the first time when I was a VP at Yahoo. I had certainly heard about career coaching over the years, but had never really considered trying it. My experience with companies in Silicon Valley has been that the majority used to…

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Recap of Panel: Learn How to Sustainably Innovate or Be Left Behind

I moderated a great panel discussion on Sustainable Innovation yesterday on Focus. It was quite enlightening to hear insights from people who’ve been at larger companies like Facebook, Linkedin, eBay, and Yahoo; but have also been at smaller startups too. I raised the concept of “Compound Innovation” and wrote up some of my thoughts on…

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Shoshin Project Video Interview with Larry Cornett: Search Should Beware of Social Media

Image of Larry Cornett - Shoshin Project interview December 2010I was in NYC last week and had the pleasure of speaking with the folks from The Shoshin Project about the current trends within the Tech industry. Specifically, we talked a lot about the impact of social media and how it could potential disrupt traditional information retrieval (i.e., Web Search). I believe that social media’s popularity and technology may push aside traditional search by helping users tame the information overload beast that the “stream” has become.

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