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Mind the Product Conferences 2017

We’re thrilled to announce our 2017 dates for #mtpcon – and in plenty of time for you to add them to your plans (and budgets!) for next year: San Francisco, June 13 Mind the Product San Francisco will return to the stunning Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall in the heart of the Civic Center on […]

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Jade Pearn talks about turning mobile into a first-class channel at ProductTank London

Transitioning from Market Stall to App Store

In this talk I gave at ProductTank London, I reflected on how mobile has become a massive traffic channel for M&S in just a couple years and the attitudinal transformation that I helped lead there. Specifically, looking back on my journey of inheriting legacy app builds and a rapidly evolving customer, whilst working within an organisation with a […]

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Scott Eblen talks about fintech and break traditions at ProductTank London

Fintech and Shotguns

In this talk from ProductTank London, Scott Eblen (previously Chief Product Officer at Nutmeg) shares some key lessons about product development in Fintech, and uses an interesting analogy to reframe the experience of product development in the Fintech world: manufacturing lead shot. Be Ready To Ignore Tradition In this case, there are actually two traditions that Scot […]

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Announcing the #mtpcon London 2016 Speakers

[UPDATED] We’re really excited about this year’s #mtpcon London conference on September 30, as it promises to be our best yet. Not only are we adding a ton of optional events before and after the conference, we are doubling the number of workshops, adding more networking opportunities at the conference, bringing back the hot lunch […]

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William Owen explains how prototypes can change culture and structure in an organisation (ProductTank London)

The Importance of Prototyping for People & Culture

William Owen (Founding Partner and Strategy Director at Made by Many) talks about his experience with clients like ITV and the BBC, and how the process of prototyping and making products in a Lean way changes culture at multiple levels within the organisation. Decision-Making and Culture Change Trying to introduce innovation within large organisations with a lot […]

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Claire Mitchell talks about how Continuous Delivery is being adopted at the BBC (ProductTank London)

Adopting Continuous Delivery at the BBC

By now, you’ve almost certainly heard about Continuous Delivery, and some of the benefits it brings to development and product teams. Claire Mitchell (Senior Product Manager at the BBC) talks about how her team at the BBC embraced Continuous Delivery and, as a result, felt huge benefits to their ability to build product and integrate as a team. […]

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Alex Watson explains the value of storytelling in product management (ProductTank London)

Managing Internal Communication for Big Projects

Alex Watson (at the time of recording, Head of Product at The Telegraph) takes us behind the scenes of a complex, rapid and responsive re-platforming of one of the UK’s largest news websites (up to 1 million unique users per month!)  What he reveals is that good story-telling is critical, as internal communication is essential when you’re […]

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Bede McCarthy talks about building product in the publishing sector (ProductTank London)

Building the Next Financial Times, Faster

In 2008, the Financial Times was redesigned in a supposedly Agile way – it took four years, they ended up just shipped what they had, and was not considered a resounding success. Bede McCarthy talks about the latest attempt to update the site, and how they’re getting it right. The team has hit every major milestone on […]

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