Its been 8 months i been working as a Technical Support Assistant. Long term i am aiming to become a Developer. Startup i am working for does provide huge platform to enhance your programming skills. Since i am new to programming, i am not sure what to do if i am unable to understand a code? What kind of questions are okay to ask your senior developer? Do you have any books or course recommendations?
Book recommendations: Hi 🐠, can you all recommend a few books that can help me learn a little about the following topics?
- How to go about ideating a new line of service or product? (Understanding market needs and viability of the product, designing/scoping the product, etc)
- How to define a business case for funding an idea?
- How to launch a product and/or a startup?
Starting a Strategy role and would like to use the down time to prepare. Open to other books on strategy concepts as well :)
I’ve been hired by a health benefits startup with only consulting experience. Any recommendations for books, blogs, or online course material to get myself as oriented as possible before starting in 2 weeks?
Considering an exit to a startup that just completed a solid series B. They’re willing to provide competitive comp package and surprised how large the base is for a startup. Has me concerned about being on the high end and being the first person that comes to mind when it’s time to pinch a few pennies or clean up the books ahead of future rounds/IPO. Valid concern or am I overthinking it?
Looking for recommendations to generally upskill my Strategy work (or learn from scratch) — be it courses, classes, books, podcasts, people to follow.
For context, I’m a freelance Social Media Manager/Strategist and I came into Ad world via Startups. Throwing myself into learning on the job with more Strategy gigs - but I still don’t feel like I quite know the lingo or best practices or theories.
I'll switch to a startup as the only data engineer and will closely work with all the Head ofs + the CTO.
Any advice/books/... on stakeholder management at that level? Especially when things fail/discussing budgets/new hires etc.
What are the best books to read about startups? From someone who’s working at a startup and trying follow the right practices
Any suggestions (or books or articles) around taking startups from smaller (50-100) to the 300-500 range? Would love to read more about challenges that usually come up at this stage and how people navigate them. I just joined a series C and want to be prepared to navigate things.
What do people recommend for start-up relevant marketing resources/books/personalities/podcasts?
I have a lot of enterprise marketing experience, but making a jump to a startup and want to get up to speed as quickly as possible.
Are there any good books to read from a start up perspective? I’ve reading the lean start up but would like some other recommendations
This may be or seem like a very generalized question but how did some of you all start? Where do you start? I’m curious about learning about the process of creating a startup, but honestly want to learn more…really looking for recourses, good books and stories!! TIA!!
Who here has successfully built a side hustle or startup? Who here is successfully creating additional income? Does anyone have resources [books, podcasts, anything] that have helped them?
Any good recommended books on how to build a scalable product and team? I'm looking for recommendations for two areas: 1) in general laying the groundwork in a startup to have the tools and especially processes in place to scale, and 2) tactical focus on building a SaaS project. I've been promoted into a management role from Dev roots, so need to learn more PM processes to be an effective manager in day job, plus would like to start building my own SaaS solution.
I recently left public accounting to join a start up. I don’t have too many connections in this world yet, does anyone have recommendations for either articles, books or other sources of information I could use to get an understanding of the startup world and how I can make the right career choices moving forward. - *I’m on the product manager side*
Thanks in advance!
Strategy folks - how do you get good at … strategy?
Recently started at a startup in a role where I’m the only person under the head of our product team who handles the strategy-focus of the company. He wants me to take more ownership from him and I want to crush it but have no relevant experience here and am still fairly junior. Any books or classes? Or is it just trial by fire.
Which books would you recommend to a product counel for tech startup about strategy, management, and leadership?
Which books would you recommend for in house counsel about strategy, management, and leadership?
Asking as product counsel for tech startup.
Best books about product management for a good exit to industry? I already have an MBA and PMP but looking for a refreshed perspective since it’s been years since my formal education.
Currently reading “Product Managements Sacred Seven” but it’s geared toward the startup world. I am in healthcare and not looking for a startup role. TIA!!!
I’m looking for some new things to read or listen to — doesn’t need to be ad-related. Books, podcasts, whaddya got?
I’m not really into fiction, but open to anything. Last books I enjoyed were Junior and Moonwalking with Einstein, last podcast I binged was Startup (Gimlet).
Hi, i will be joining a startup soon to work as a product manager. What are some good books/materials/courses I can read in the meantime to prepare myself better for the job?
Does anyone have recommendations for thought leaders/influencers in the M&A space? Looking for blogs, books, YouTube videos? Not currently in the space, trying to learn more as I’m thinking about a pivot after a few years in consulting/startups
I am an aspiring entrepreneur and want to start a business in future for sure. I have a few ideas but nothing concrete, or close to being a start up yet. I work in tech, but a generalist - have done sales, delivery operations etc. trying to get experience in as many areas as possible before I go on my own. I dnt know where to start the journey. Are their any books or other material I can read/reference to think and plan about my entrepreneurship journey. I m in mid 40s based in t2 city US east.
Can anyone recommend good books or articles on startup org charts and hiring? Think we’ve hit early signs of product/market fit, but not sure who to hire next, in what order, and how the org should evolve over next few years.
What are some private equity firms that are keen on hiring and have hired undergraduates in the past right out of college? And what's the best way to apply to these- emails/portals?
I'm particularly interested in the growth capital aspect of PE, and that solely comes from my theoretical understanding.
My past internships were in the start up space and I absolutely love the energy+exposure. (Currently a sophomore)
Also, any good books get started?
Sorry about the long wall of text! :"")
Loving this new bowl! Please share your favorite business books with me. Topics of interest are personal finance, career, entrepreneurship, and life-work-balance and joy.
I’ve been hired as a PM with only consulting experience. Any recommendations for books, blogs, or online course material to get myself as oriented as possible before starting in 2 weeks
Would you guys recommend the intelligent investor or any other books for learning good fundamentals about basic investing? Not trying to YOLO anything just grab better returns than my bank account with some boring index funds and a few stock picks
What’s the best way to prepare for a transition to a new company with a new in-house team and a new manager? I have two weeks before I start and trying to get a head start before my new work load piles up. Should I focus on refresher books, or courses for soft skills or technical skills? What may be helpful to think ahead of time for smooth integration once the roller coaster starts?
Leadership: They’ll be working long hours, quick turn around times, lots of spreadsheets, models, and presentations
Best Buy: We have brand new Surface books Leadership: No the oldest version of Dell will work, thanks!
Does anyone have book suggestions for developing leadership skills in the workplace or on navigating corporate/business world in general?
What is the best method to learn SAP finance? Do people have recommendations on a specific book, website, or other best practices to learn it?
Im moving from core Auto product management role to software development product management role.
Can you please share what should I read to brush up basics on SW PM?
Courses, books, blogs, anything is welcome!
Let's make this group a little active!
Just wanted to share fantastic leadership book my executive coach just released. It’s great! Clear, concise and an easy read. And no I don’t anything for recommending it, it’s genuine! (The e-reader version is only $0.99) Spark Brilliance: How the Science of Positive Psychology Will Ignite, Engage, and Transform Your Team https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09SNLCW7Q/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_F3M21RCQ9KTGGQDMRVA7
🧮 Estimation question…on average, how many books would you have to sell per year to quit consulting and still earn over 100k as a writer? (taking the publisher’s cut into account)
Hi Fishbowl Community,
I am making a career switch from Marketing/Account Management into Consulting. Would appreciate if someone can share their path into this field and how they went about finding a case study partner to practice with? Any great books/ or recommended online programs/certifications would be helpful too!
Want to improve my verbal and written communication skills. I hear reading more would help but I don’t read as much as I used to. So I’m wondering what books would help with that? Should I just read books that tickle my fancy like suspense and true crime novels? Help! Welcome to all book recommendations.
Anybody reading books about real estate investment or related topics? Drop your recommendations! (Except Rich Dad, Poor Dad 🙄🤢)
What are some books you've read that you find have helped you in your consulting/ professional career?
I am currently reading "A More Beautiful Question: The power of inquiry to spark breakthrough ideas" by Warren Berger.
Wondering what other books you have found valuable/ must reads.
What are your favorite management books?
Suggestions for books on getting started with investing for someone who doesn’t know shit??? The someone who doesn’t know shit is me, FYI
Should I accept a job with 2x package for remote with company A but no Indian payroll or x package in nearby city with Indian payroll for in-office role with company B.
I am overqualified for company A & expecting less work-stress.
Whereas for company B, I am Fully qualified but can expect some stress at job.
Role for B is app exchange product developer &
A is a inhouse Salesforce developer.
Never planned an in person company retreat before. Can anyone provide some guidance on how many days, which days of the week are good or , which days that should generally avoid to hold a retreat? Very small tech startup that has never had an in person retreat. Would like to keep a tight budget (so maybe 3-4 days?). Any advice on team building or fun activities would be great as well! Location is most likely somewhere like Denver and the retreat will be in the winter.
I was recently laid off but was only with the company for 3 months. I feel like I gained a lot and was wondering if it looks bad on my resume to add even though I was there for a short time.
Where does everyone shop these days for fun, women’s clothes? My go-to’s are Anthropogie and… well, that’s it. What else you got?
I'm in a long-distance relationship with someone who is 15 years older. He has a 10 yr old son that he co-parents with his ex. The child was a result of an early fling, and he never married this ex but he did live with her for 2 years to help with the child. I'm in my late 20s and don't have any children. I really like him. We have spent time together, and we get along well and work well. But I'm not sure if I want to be with someone who has a baby momma and a kid. Is this relationship worth it?
Well past about time:
Asian Americans' political preferences have flipped from red to blue https://theconversation.com/asian-americans-political-preferences-have-flipped-from-red-to-blue-145577? via @ConversationUS
Looking for a Freelancer to assist with drafting employment law demand letters or Complaints. Comprehensive templates provided. Message me if interested. Thanks!
From what I've experienced most BizOPS case interviews are more geared towards the product than the standard consulting case and maybe a little market sizing.
Door Dash Question:
What are some ways to increase our average order Value.
What factors do you think play a role in our lead pricing algorithm.
How would you come up with a KPI for our customer onboarding team (top down v bottom up).
What KPI's would you present to COO as opposed to the CSM team.
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How is work life balance in pwc sdc. The shift timings told are 2 to 11. Have been hearing work is very very hectic in pwc. Is that true? Technology is Dynamics 365 ERP.
I have been told by my immigration team that DOL LCA system is down due to govt shutdown and no new LCAs are being filed resulting in delays in H1b amendments for new client locations - is it true?
How to be sure that she is interested in you?
For the M&A folks out there, what is your ideal number of “deals” to be staffed on (concurrently) to maintain a semblance of WLB?
Anyone use Readtopia? I got some sample information on it and it looks promising. I teach students with multiple disabilities
How is BDO Tax in Chicago? Anyone there from big4 and care to comment on their experience?
anyone in IL anxiously waiting for the result?
Need life advice please: I’ve just over a years experience, am being put up for promotion, am praised for being a good manager, leader and friendly team member. I know I’m good at my job;ctd
What are the most important qualities in someone that convince you to hire them? What do they say or do differently in interviews?