PRODUCTHEAD: Wrap your ears around these podcasts

PRODUCTHEAD: Wrap your ears around these podcasts

PRODUCTHEAD is a regular newsletter of product management goodness,
curated by Jock Busuttil.

motion product soundtrack #


tl;dr #

Recommendations of product podcasts


hello #

For a newsletter loosely themed on a band I rather like, there’s been precious little in the way of audio content so far. So this week, I’m going to rectify that with some recommended product podcasts you can wrap your ears round.

Speak to you soon,

Jock

what to think about this week #

One Knight in Product

Jason Knight hosts a podcast for people interested in building, designing and marketing tech products.

Interviews with product people

[JASON KNIGHT]

Women in TECH with Ariana

Ariana Waller shares tangible resources to help women navigate the tech industry, from funding opportunities for your startup, access to free coding courses, monthly sponsor giveaways, job opportunities and so much more.

Tech, entrepreneurship and news

[ARIANA WALLER / WALLWAY TECHNOLOGIES]


The Pig Wrestlers

Serial entrepreneur Ray Rafiq-Omar and freelance head of product Jock Busuttil get together to discuss Mark McCormack’s book, Never Wrestle With A Pig. They just don’t always get around to it …

Covering startups, tech, entrepreneurship and some of the gnarlier topics in current affairs.


The Product Experience

Join Lily Smith and Randy Silver for in-depth conversations with some of the best product people around the world! Every week they chat with people in the know and cover the topics that matter to you – solving real problems, developing awesome products, building successful teams and developing careers.

In-depth conversations with product people

[MIND THE PRODUCT]

100PM at Leading The Product

Listen to nine episodes featuring global product leaders from our special coverage of Leading the Product conference 2018.

A collection of interviews with the conference speakers and organisers

[100 PRODUCT MANAGERS]

recent posts #

The only article you’ll ever need on prioritization

When faced with an overwhelming number of things you could be doing, all with good reasons for doing them, it can be tremendously hard to decide which to do, let alone which to do first.

Prioritization is all about deciding this as objectively and transparently as you can.

Break the deadlock

[I MANAGE PRODUCTS]

What technical skills do I need to be a product manager?

I am searching for a career change and Product Management/ Project Management are my areas of interest. I was looking to understand, based on your experience, if in such roles technical skills are required?

Read on for my answer

[I MANAGE PRODUCTS]

How to start a new product manager job

Starting a new product manager job can be daunting, particularly if you don’t change jobs very often. I work freelance, so I find myself in a new organisation roughly every 3-6 months. Let me share with you my tips for your first few months in a new role.

What to do in the first 30-90 days

[I MANAGE PRODUCTS]

upcoming talks and events #

5th May 2021, 16:00 GMT

Threads

Online product management round table discussion (topic TBC)

Tickets

can we help you? #

Product People is a product management services company. We can help you through consultancy, training and coaching. Just contact us if you need our help!

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Helping people build better products, more successfully, since 2012.

PRODUCTHEAD is a newsletter for product people of all varieties, and is lovingly crafted from hacked Furbees.

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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