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  • Good general slide show and the points are valid - especially the one about managers following understandable processes

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  • Entrepreneurialitis Stowe Boyd
  • Entrepreneurialitis n. acute or chronic stupidity induced by the stress of entrepreneurial activity.
  • Like Falling Down An Open Elevator Shaft
  • We don't need to do the right thing, since we can do the wrong thing really well.
  • Building successful applications is hard, but it's easy if you just [blank].
  • We don't need to do the right thing, since we can do the wrong thing really fast.
  • Yes, that feature is important: we'll put it into a later release.
  • We don't need to test the business model: it's obvious!
  • We don't need to bring in experts: we don't have time to assimilate that many viewpoints, anyway.
  • Yes, getting the right design is critical, but these designers cost too much.
  • Our biggest strength is our ability to change our plan.
  • Our biggest strength is our ability to stick to our plan.
  • Managers will continue to use techniques that don’t work instead of ones that work that they don’t understand. [Eric Bonabeau]
  • I know what to do: God told me.
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