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3 mistakes we made in Q1 with our EOS Traction Reboot

Gaslight is using the EOS Traction strategy framework this year and we just did a retro on Q1 2021. Here’s our CEO, Peter, talking through three things we could have improved in our Q1 Traction rollout.

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Women in Technology Leadership Summit Recap

Last month, I attended the Women in Technology Leadership Summit, a virtual international conference presented by ComSpark. I have attended a few virtual conferences in light of the last year, each one bringing its own spin on educating, inspiring, and connecting without being in person. The day was jam-packed full...

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2020 Case Studies by the Numbers

We came into 2021 knowing that more and more companies urgently need help hitting the software milestones on their strategic plans. Startups need to get to revenue ASAP in order to prove their idea. Established companies know that if they’re not innovating, it’s only a matter of time before they’ll...

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You're Here and You Want to Be There

Over the last 18 months, we’ve worked with half a dozen different clients in the early, concept stages of their start-ups. All were embarking on the journey of product development, but they were each in different stages of the process and were approaching it from different directions. Over the years,...

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The Power of Branding Internal Software

Powerful teams share a purpose, speak the same language, and provide a consistent customer experience. Their team members are the loudest advocates for a product or service. Organizing a large group of unique individuals to all pull on the same side of a rope does not happen by accident. It...

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What are you doing to manage your technical debt?

If your company has a custom software product, technical debt is inevitable. If you aren’t familiar with the term, “technical debt” refers to the cost of reworking previously written code. The need to rework code can arise for a number of reasons, such as assumptions that have subsequently been invalidated...

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