I gave a talk recently about how I’ve been using data and analytics to guide my decisions in product management. I’ve edited the transcript a little and split it into bite-size parts for your entertainment. This bit is about expensive and risky assumptions (and why you should check them).
A talk I gave in November 2016 for Logi Analytics about why building products should be data-driven, and how to do it.
I’m currently working to improve my public speaking, and I recently gave a talk on Digital Justice at Product Management Festival in Zurich. Afterwards, I asked a few people for some honest feedback, and jotted down how I felt I’d done. So this post is really a mini-retrospective.
If you’d have told me that August’s ProductTank London on analytics and decision-making would be one of the most risqué to-date, I’d have struggled to believe you. Take a look at the recap I wrote over on Mind the Product’s blog.
July’s ProductTank London brought us three experts in making change happen. Take a look at the recap I wrote over on Mind the Product’s blog.
Which is better for making product decisions: guesswork or user feedback? Albert Einstein once said that anyone can make something complex, but only a genius can make something simple. Imagine if you could read your user’s minds and understand what they really think about your product.
On 14th May, I’ll be at Product Anonymous in Melbourne, Australia to talk about the trials and tribulations of MVP (minimum viable product). Come and join us!