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Bernard Leong

I wished that I knew about the book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits” by Verne Harnish when I was working on my startup a few years back.

Link: bernardleong.com

  • Unbundling of Native Mobile Apps (and how it impacts Asian companies)

    bernardleong.com 18 Jun '14, 5am

    Customer experience and usage on mobility has changed: Given the short timespan a customer has on a mobile application, the focus for the mobile app is centred on moving the user towards a simple workflow such that the transaction between the user and the mobile app is completed. In s...

  • The Trouble with Two Sided Marketplaces

    bernardleong.com 02 May '14, 2am

    So, why should you turn a two-sided into one sided marketplace? The answer is focus. You have limited resources and time to run your company. Let me use an example of a successful two sided marketplace that worked on the principle I have stated. If you think about it, Groupon, AirBnB ...

  • On Mentoring in Startups & Corporates

    bernardleong.com 23 Feb '14, 5pm

    For any intern I have mentored, I actually plan what they would do in my startup or the work environment that I am in. I would relate my experience in Chalkboard because I have trained not just one but at least five successful interns (and I won’t name them). I typically start them wi...

  • Advice to Startups Targeting Small & Medium Enterprises in Southeast Asia

    bernardleong.com 24 Mar '14, 12am

    There is a danger for any startup to find product and market fit at the early stages of inception. Most startup founders often reached for the market that is easily accessible to them given the lack of networks and industry experience. One segment which I often see startups stumble is...

  • [New Post] If you want to grow a company, you must master the Rockefeller Habits

    If you want to grow a company, master the Rockefeller Habits - B

    bernardleong.com 25 Feb '14, 12am

    I wished that I knew about the book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits ” by Verne Harnish when I was working on my startup a few years back. There are definitely things that we should not have done during that time. Jamie Lee, the co-founder of Lunch Actually and now Prizle (which I am...

  • The Trouble with Two Sided Marketplaces

    bernardleong.com 20 May '14, 2am

    So, why should you turn a two-sided into one sided marketplace? The answer is focus. You have limited resources and time to run your company. Let me use an example of a successful two sided marketplace that worked on the principle I have stated. If you think about it, Groupon, AirBnB ...

  • Advice to Startups Targeting Small & Medium Enterprises in Southeast Asia

    bernardleong.com 21 Apr '14, 10am

    There is a danger for any startup to find product and market fit at the early stages of inception. Most startup founders often reached for the market that is easily accessible to them given the lack of networks and industry experience. One segment which I often see startups stumble is...

  • In case you miss this this morning: Why Native Apps win the Mobile battle over Web Apps

    Why Native Apps win the Mobile battle over Web Apps

    bernardleong.com 29 Dec '13, 1pm

    Giving the browser on the platform the same capabilities to control the inherent features of the mobile device: This is probably the most important condition because the other two points of transition rely on this one. It requires the browser for the platform having the same capabilit...

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