Questions for which I’ve heard neither concise nor comprehensive answers…
Where can I read more about feedback loops in models?
If you heavily rely on analytics, you might miss breakthroughs because you’re so stuck on gradually evolving… how do you balance learning from feedback loops and simply taking a leap with your gut?
In the tech world, I see three stereotypes: engineers who are clueless about the bottom line, artists who don’t care, and venture capitalists who think of nothing else. How do I balance the underlying motives?
How do you decide on your hobbies?
People always talk about the hype bubble in Silicon Valley. What are things you see missing/underhyped in today’s Silicon Valley?
How do I as a student identify what to learn that will be of value in ten years? (today’s pop marketing focuses on social media, etc–for my long-term education, how do I know what’s fundamental and what’s just noise?)
In Crossing the Chasm, Geoffrey Moore talks about pragmatists versus visionaries in the adoption curve–do you have any tactics for getting them to quickly self-identify so you don’t waste time on customers who aren’t ready for you?