We will be releasing the early bird tickets on Tuesday, March 3rd at 2:30pm (GMT) so bookmark our conference site today – last year they all sold out in just 30 seconds! After three hugely successful years of putting on the Mind the Product conference, we’re proud to announce that we’ll be back again in London this year, even […]
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ProductTank London’s August meetup focused on analytics and decision making in product management. Matthew Curry, Director of e-Commerce at Lovehoney, shared his experiences of making data actionable. Matthew (@mattycurry) discusses how Lovehoney focuses on the behaviours behind KPIs and metrics. In this video, he aims to save companies from the paralysis that ensues after trawling through […]
Craig Strong joined us at ProductTank July to talk about how to change a corporate culture and mindset, based on his experience at Pearson as Director of Product Lifecycle Adoption. In this video, Craig (@craigstrong) shares his knowledge on how to create a cultural shift and get stakeholders to buy into change. Craig talks us […]
Derek Morrison, Group Product Manager at Tesco, has been part of the ProductTank community since 2010. He joined us for London’s ProductTank July to talk about what you can do to enable change within your company. Derek focuses on people, place and process when making a change. In this video, Derek (@allaboutproduct) uses examples from Reed Business, […]
Presenting at ProductTank May London, Catharina Lavers Mallet (@catharinamallet), head of studio at King, told us all how product management in games is different – it’s about fun, not necessarily about solving problems.
Presenting at May 2013 ProductTank in London, Paul Croft (@Bouncinglemon), production director at Mediatonic, who showed us how a data-driven approach complements the quest for fun, particularly in the world of gaming-as-a-service (GaaS).
Presenting at May 2013 ProductTank in London, Martyn Jones (@ElvisBacon), product manager and game designer at Mind Candy, who spoke to us about validation and iteration during product discovery. Using the ‘double diamond‘ design process as his guiding theme, Martyn entertained us with his unique combination of hand-crafted slides and visual puns to draw out […]