A culture of excuses is extremely toxic and should not be tolerated in tech companies
Sensitivity to cultural events is now a common practice for corporations, especially for those who deal with the general public.
Once the biggest e-commerce company in Singapore, ezbuy has been on a downward spiral since Singles Day 2016, where it saw what was believed to be tens of thousands of orders not delivered to customers. The main reason orders did… Continue Reading →
One very sophisticated presentation was unfolding at a demo day that I attended in Beijing recently. The founder was so confident about his customer acquisition strategy that he spent almost 80% of his allocated time explaining it (in a very… Continue Reading →
I was visiting a large taxi fleet operator in Southern China as part of a consulting project Momentum Works did for the municipal transportation authorities. The General Manager showed me their gigantic charging station for electric cars – as part… Continue Reading →