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Building a Culture of Growth

Julie Zhou – Building a Culture of Growth

Julie Zhou, Director of Growth at Yik Yak, tells ProductTank San Francisco how to build a culture of growth. When a startup or new product starts to get some traction, there often comes a decision to hire someone to manage growth without a full picture of what that will actually entail. Julie Zhou leverages her […]

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Rosemary King: Managing Stakeholders

Stakeholders, let ‘em in – Rosemary King

Rosemary King educates us on the importance of involving stakeholders (especially those in senior positions) in the research phases of your products. Collaboration Collaboration is important. As a product manager you enjoy being in control, but at times this control can be detrimental to a product. Rosemary cites a number of examples where collaboration with […]

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Culture of Innovation.

Building a Culture of Innovation: Dave Martin, Digital Director & Product Strategist

Product managers are well placed to share learning from failure and to drive a culture of innovation, and so Dave Martin, Digital Director & Product Strategist, talks to ProductTank London about how to build Culture of Innovation in Enterprise Organisations. Learning Fuels Innovation If you’re looking to use innovation to drive growth, then you have to […]

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Shendi Wang at ProductTank NYC

Experiences in Product: Shendi Wang Explains her Career Path

Shendi Wang is a Business Leader of Product Development and Innovation at Mastercard. In her ProductTank NYC presentation, she discusses her own personal experiences in product and how they have helped her to discover the types of products she wanted to create. Shendi’s experiences in product started at American Express, developing prepaid products in a […]

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#mtpcon London 2016 audience

What it Takes to Speak at Mind the Product

As the curator of the world’s two largest product conferences, I get approached all the time about getting on the #mtpcon stage. We only have so many speaking slots each year, and we review hundreds – if not thousands – of talks in the course of making our selection. In the interest of transparency, I […]

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