Podcast: Voxgig Fireside for professional speakers

Podcast: Voxgig Fireside for professional speakers

Voxgig Fireside Podcast with Jock Busuttil

I’ve just been on Voxgig’s Fireside podcast for professional speakers. In the episode, I reveal how I turned my flair for product management into a speaking career, and how I set up a home studio for live streaming using an old television.

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Fireside with Voxgig for Professional Speakers
Episode 63 – Jock Busuttil

Episode notes #

Jock Busuttil is a product manager who believes that if there was more common sense in the world, there would be no need for product managers! This blend of honesty and humour was a feature of his Fireside Chat with Richard. Jock gives an insight into the world of a product manager and shares how he turned his product management experience into a successful speaking career. He also tells Richard how he set up his home studio following the COVID lockdown, with a couple of lights, a camera – and an old television!

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Jock is a freelance head of product, author and conference speaker. He has spent nearly two decades working with technology companies to improve their product management practices, from startups to multinationals. His clients include the BBC, University of Cambridge, and the UK's Ministry of Justice and Government Digital Service (GDS).In 2012 Jock founded Product People Limited, a product management consultancy and training company. He is also the author of the popular book The Practitioner's Guide to Product Management and the blog I Manage Products.

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