I returned to Bristol recently to guest host the Threads meetup. Clearly I didn’t put them off the first time. Threads is a monthly roundtable discussion for entrepreneurs and founders of technology scale-up businesses based in the South West of England.
This month we were discussing when and how to build a product team.
If you’re interested in learning about how to build or improve your own product team, handily I can provide you training on that very topic.
Contact me if you’d like to attend product management training or would like me to speak at your event.
You can read the write-up below.
(Reproduced from the Techspark blog, article by Andrew Gifford and me.)
This is an interview I did a little while ago with a user experience author living on the US East Coast. She was interested in moving into freelance product management.
- how to move into product management;
- differences between working in the private and public sectors;
- KPIs and financial modelling; and
- the pleasures and pains of being a product manager.
I’m writing about one hundred things I’ve learned as a product manager.
The UK Government now has many digital teams based on the blueprint established by the Government Digital Service (GDS). I’ve worked in Ministry of Justice (MOJ) Digital, and in turn closely with GDS as a service assessor for the MOJ.
These government digital teams have a way to ensure their digital services and products are created in the right way. In this post I’ll share with you how they do this and explain how you can make it work at your organisation.
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I’m writing about 100 things I’ve learned as a product manager.
I’ve just kicked off another project through my firm, Product People Limited. With the inevitable flurry of project start-up activity, a couple of basic tasks have reminded me how important it is for product managers to be as flexible as possible, whenever possible.