I’m giving some more live talks in September and October. The first is for ProdPad’s regular webinar series. I’m also giving a series of four talks on Tuesdays in October for my Product Management Digital Masterclass.
» Lockdown has accelerated existing tech adoption trends
» You need to be asking different questions about product strategy now
» 25% discount available on my Product Management Masterclass
» How to make your résumé stand out from the competition
» 5 lessons from transforming culture in government
» Avoid the biases and traps of user and market research
» How to use product strategy to influence dysfunctional corporate strategy
If you recognise the symptoms such as not being allowed to talk to customers, and my personal favourite, “screw research, let’s build!”, then you may be in product management hell.
I heard a story of an octogenarian who drove himself to the hospital for his eye cataracts operation. (Just let that sink in a bit.) On his surprisingly safe return home, his relatives queried the sense of his actions. He replied that what he lacked in sight, he made up for in driving experience.
I talk about the 5 product leadership lessons I learnt about digital transformation and working with autonomous, empowered delivery teams.
“I am currently looking for a new PM role but there is so much competition because of the pandemic. Do you have any suggestions on how to stand out as a PM in these turbulent times?”
I gave a talk on Tolpagorni’s ProductBeats weekly webinar series about how to measure product management.
The other day, I was asked how to launch a product successfully. Two competing responses sprang to mind: the way I would have answered a couple of decades ago and the way I actually suggested.
What’s the best way to help agile teams move away from feature delivery to focus on outcome over output?