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Sense and Respond - Jeff Gothelf on The Product Experience

BY The Product Experience on September 11, 2019

After starting his career on the road with a circus (yes, really), no business setting should ever be a challenge for Jeff Gothelf – after all, he’s worked with real clowns.  Jeff sat down with our hosts for a rare in-person conversation during Scotland’s Turing Festival to chat about effecting change, focusing on outcomes, using […]

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Transform me, but Please Don’t Change Anything by Gabrielle Bufrem

BY Graeme Goulden on July 5, 2019

Gabrielle Bufrem delivered a talk at #MTPEngage Manchester and #MTPEngage Hamburg which drilled down into the desire of a business to digitally “transform”, but not really change anything along the way. Gabrielle reminds us that every company is now a tech company. If you don’t embrace your digital channels, you will fall behind. How does digital […]

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Changing the Weather Inside your Organisation by Tom Loosemore

BY Adam Warburton on February 22, 2019

In this #mtpengage Manchester talk, Tom Loosemore of Public Digital talks about how to create the right climate internally to do “good” product management, as often, it’s the internal climate that’s more than half the battle of building good products. To start, we first have to understand what we mean by digital. Public Digital define […]

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How Does Product Management Give you the Best Chance of a Successful Digital Transformation?

BY Liz Love on February 19, 2019

Moving from project-based thinking to product-based thinking is an essential part of delivering a successful digital transformation. What are the benefits of taking on such an initiative, and how does product management give you the best possible chance of success? What is Digital Transformation? Digital transformation is “the use of technology to radically improve performance or […]

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Why Digital Transformation Requires Product Management

BY Martin Eriksson on February 8, 2019

Digital transformation isn’t an IT project stuck in a cost centre or in an innovation lab. It has to reflect the existing company brand, values, and people while also refocusing the business on building continuous processes for discovering new ways to solve customer problems and deliver value. Digital transformation is the business buzzword of the […]

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Uncovering the Truth by Janice Fraser

BY James Gadsby Peet on January 18, 2019

Most big companies have one thing in common with America, that they’ve been dominant for a very long time but are now struggling. They’re seeing the same challenges about how to change so they can be resilient and grow in the world as it is now. It’s a situation that forces us to reflect on […]

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Great Leaders Know When to Unlearn the Past

BY James Gadsby Peet on November 20, 2018

Good leaders know they need to continuously learn. But great leaders know when to unlearn the past to succeed in the future.Barry O’Reilly, Founder and CEO of ExecCap and Co-Author of Lean Enterprise This month’s Mind the Product Leadership meetup in London was treated to a talk by business advisor and entrepreneur Barry O’Reilly. Here’s […]

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How High Performance Organisations Innovate at Scale by Barry O'Reilly

BY James Gadsby Peet on December 1, 2017

If you can change the way that you behave, then you can start to experience the world in a different way. That then changes the way that you think. In this engaging talk from Mind the Product London 2017, Barry O’Reilly shows that this is almost always what needs to happen when we look to […]

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Innovation is Broken by Janice Fraser

BY Martin Eriksson on August 25, 2017

What is the point of innovation? Why do we focus so much time and effort on digital transformation, agile transformation, and innovation? Simply put it’s because large organisations need to grow – and can’t. All of their current management practices optimise against anything new ever being successful. In the course of a storied career that […]

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Change or die: what big business can learn from start-ups about internal innovation

BY Brant Cooper on November 7, 2016

What’s the single key advantage that start-ups consistently hold over big businesses? One which allows them to move faster, and change course quicker than large corporations? It isn’t talent or creativity, and it’s certainly not resources. Start-up nimbleness comes from employee empowerment – a culture where people at all levels of the organization feel free […]

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