On this episode of Take 3, we dive into the concept of Minimizing Time to Value with Andy Zipfel and Paul Doman, two members of 3Pillar’s Client Services’ Media team.
Minimizing Time to Value is a core tenet of 3Pillar’s Product Mindset, which guides the way our development teams think and work. The Product Mindset is made up of three tenets: Build for Outcomes, Excel at Change, and Minimizing Time to Value. Minimizing Time to Value is the process of finding the shortest and best path to value when developing digital software products.
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Paul Doman leads the Media and Information Services industry teams at 3Pillar Global. His clients partner with 3Pillar to build impactful software that distributes digital content to consumers, such as PBS and the Daily Telegraph. He also works with data companies who are aggregating, analyzing, and monetizing data, such as Carfax.
Andy Zipfel is a Business Development Executive for 3Pillar Global, working with Media and Information Services businesses to provide strategic consulting and digital product development solutions. He has 25 years of business development, sales, and marketing experience as an executive with USA Today, AOL, ESPN, and MTV Networks. He has also written a blog post on this topic, which is available on the 3Pillar website.
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