In yesterday’s post, “Just 10 ideas“, I talked about James Altucher’s “Idea Machine,” of coming up with 10 ideas every day, regardless of whether they’re good or not. I took a slightly different twist on the concept and posed a series of 10 questions, which in turn will probably have at least 10 idea responses. That’s 100 OSS ideas.
Today’s post lists another 10 questions to jump-start your (and my) idea machine, as follows:
- What are the 10 reasons why the term OSS will be irrelevant / redundant within 5 years?
- What are the 10 reasons why OSS will fundamentally change the world of communications and digital industry within the next 5 years?
- In what 10 ways can OSS better utilise spatially-relevant data?
- What 10 unexpected data sources could provide fundamentally different insight generation from your existing OSS?
- Communications and Digital Service Provider (CSP / DSP) business models are evolving almost faster than we can keep up. What 10 reasons can your foresee OSS facilitating these changes?
- What 10 reasons can you foresee OSS hindering these changes?
- What are the 10 most frequent reasons why customers contact CSP / DSP call centres? Hence, what are the 10 most important functions / insights / capabilities that front-line staff (eg call centre operators) need at their fingertips from OSS to be able to respond to customer requests?
- What 10 ways can you interact with your OSS that don’t include keyboard, mouse or touch-pad?
- What are the 10 most ridiculous things you’ve seen whilst working on OSS projects? But more importantly, what did you learn from them?
- What should be the first 10 events scheduled at an OSS Olympics?
Tomorrow’s blog will have a closer look at the last one – OSS Olympics.Read the Passionate About OSS Blog for more or Subscribe to the Passionate About OSS Blog by Email