Ever feel overloaded with decisions as a product person? Bogged down in details that are trivial? Rehashing the same decisions over and over again? You’re not alone – but there is a better way! Ensuring you have all the elements of the Decision Stack in place allows you to make better decisions faster – and focus your time and effort only on the most important ones.
Martin Eriksson is a product leader, investor, speaker, author, and expert in product practices with over 25 years of experience building products and product teams in multiple markets and industries.
Martin has worked his way through the ins-and-outs of companies of various sizes, including The Financial Times, Monster (building the first SaaS offering there in 2004), Huddle, Covestor, and Cazoo. He literally wrote the book on Product Leadership, and he currently serves as the Product Partner at EQT Ventures, one of Europe’s top five venture capital firms.
As the Founder of ProductTank and Co-Founder of Mind the Product – together, the world’s largest product community that brings people together in 200 cities across the globe – he’s helped define an industry and shaped the practices of a generation of product managers.Saielle DaSilva Global VP of Design, StepStone
Frick! Great teams can happen anywhere and product organisations need the right F words to build empowered, successful teams. Stop cursing about how things aren’t right and start making better vibes for doing great work. The right environment isn’t a fricking secret, they can be created anywhere. Saielle DaSilva intends to show you how, so strap in, and get ready for some F words.
Saielle DaSilva is a Product and Design Leader passionate about systems thinking, workplace culture and its connection to amazing products. She advocates for diversity in tech organisations and helps companies apply user centred design to both products and internal processes like hiring and recruiting.
Itamar Gilad Product Management Coach
Currently Global VP of Design at StepStone, her approach to product culture has been informed by a varied career including clinical psychiatry, community organising and working at companies like AT&T, Amazon, Cazoo and Pivotal on everything from network infrastructure to IoT and machine learning.
Itamar is a coach, writer and speaker specialising in product management and product strategy. For over two decades he held a senior product management and engineering roles at Google, Microsoft and a number of startups. At Google, Itamar led parts of the Gmail product and was the head of Gmail’s growth team (resulting in 1Bn MAUs).
Itamar publishes a popular product management newsletter and is the creator of a number of product management methodologies including GIST Framework and The Confidence Meter.
Talk topic coming soon…Bibi Groot Head of Behavioural Science, Fair HQ
Bibi is a behavioural scientist, specialising in the intersection of behavioural design, cognition and bias, and evidence-based policy. Bibi is passionate about creating contexts where people flourish, no matter their background.
She earned her PhD in Behavioural Public Policy at University College London and worked at the behavioural insights team, where she led large-scale field experiments with the UK government.
Bibi is now a founding team member and Head of Behavioural Science at Fair HQ, the diversity & inclusion SaaS platform that helps companies create structural and behavioural change at scale.
Talk topic coming soon…Tendayi Viki Associate Partner, Strategyzer
Tendayi is an author and innovation consultant. He holds a PhD in Psychology and an MBA. As Associate Partner at Strategyzer, he helps large organisations innovate for the future while managing their core business. He has given keynotes, run workshops and worked as a consultant for several large organisations including Rabobank, American Express, Standard Bank, Unilever, Airbus, Pearson, Lufthansa-Airplus, The British Museum, Copenhagen Fintech and The Royal Academy of Engineers.
Tendayi co-designed Pearson’s Product Lifecycle which is an innovation framework that won the Best Innovation Program 2015 at the Corporate Entrepreneur Awards in New York. He has been shortlisted for the Thinkers50 Innovation Award and was named on the Thinkers50 2018 Radar List for emerging management thinkers to watch.
Tendayi has written three books based on his research and consulting experience, Pirates In The Navy, The Corporate Startup and The Lean Product Lifecycle. The Corporate Startup was awarded the 2018 CMI Management Book Of The Year In Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He is also a regular contributing writer for Forbes.
Tendayi spent over 12 years in academia during which time he taught at the University of Kent where he is now Honorary Senior Lecturer. He has also been a Research Fellow at Stanford University and Research Assistant at Harvard University.
Talk topic coming soon…Sharon Anne Kean Product Lead & Head of Global Expansion, Wise
Sharon Anne Kean is a product and technology leader, who’s empathetic, enthusiastic and loves a challenge. She currently heads up International Expansion and Global product teams at Wise, where the mission is money without borders – instant, convenient, transparent and eventually free. She’s based between NYC and London and works with teams spread across UK, New York, Singapore and Tallinn.
Before Wise, Sharon spent 2 years in Asia, living in Hong Kong and working across the APAC region as Product Director for Asia at SEEK. And prior to that was immersed in the London start-up scene, as part of the leadership team at a flower-delivery business called Bloom & Wild and before that at a fintech called Zopa. She’s worked across product, design, data and technology, having converted from a previous life as a journalist and media advisor for the UK Government.
Talk topic coming soon…Rand Hindi Co-Founder & CEO, Zama
Dr. Rand Hindi is a data scientist and entrepreneur. He is the creator and CEO of Snips, a start-up specializing in Artificial Intelligence, the first private voice assistant solution ‘by design’, acquired by Sonos in 2019. He started coding at the age of 10, founded a social network at 14 and a web agency at 15, before embarking on Machine Learning at 18. He started his Ph.D. in Bioinformatics at age 21, MIT Technology Review voted him as TR35 (Under 35 Innovator of the Year), Forbes named him one of 30 Under 35 Innovators aged 30 (’30 under 30 ‘) and was selected as a’ Rising Star ‘by the Founders Forum.
He is a former member of the French Council where he led the AI and jobs working group of the government’s AI strategy. Rand Hindi graduated in Computer Science and Bioinformatics (Ph.D.) from UCL (University College London), as well as Singularity University in Silicon Valley and THNK in Amsterdam.
Rand was chosen by the French government to lead the ‘impact of AI on the economy and employment part of France’s global strategy on Artificial Intelligence. He teaches Artificial Intelligence business courses at the Sciences Po Masters.
Rand Hindi has been carrying out many conferences around the world for several years, and today offers us a new Talk on ‘Managing the confidentiality of our data’
Talk topic coming soon…Namrata Sarmah CPO, INTO University Partnerships
Namrata is the Chief Product Officer at INTO University Partnerships – a global Higher Education company that works with top Universities in the UK, US, and Australia. INTO works with international students from all across the world and aims to deliver the best career outcomes. Previously, she was the CPO at iPlato Healthcare (myGP) where she led an expansive portfolio of digital products and worked closely with NHS Primary Care. She has worked in product leadership roles at Paramount, Babylon Health and a number of other exciting global companies.
Namrata is a strong supporter of Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace, and is a popular voice in the Women in Product & tech community.
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She sits on the board of The Open University Business School, and is an Advisor at Antler – an early stage VC firm. Namrata is an alumni of Manchester Business School and is trained in global leadership from Harvard Business School.
Manon is a product leader and creative technologist who is best known for leveraging technology to design consumer-grade product experiences for the entertainment and education industries. His diverse portfolio of work spans more than a decade, with several of his projects being awarded for innovation (CES) and design (iF, Red Dot). As a product manager, Manon has led product development for some of the most innovative startups in the UK including ROLI & Kano – both of whom have featured on Apple keynotes and have seen Manon’s products end up in Apple stores globally.
As a creative consultant focussing on tech-led immersive products and experiences, Manon’s clients have included HBO, Christian Dior, Magic Leap, Native Instruments, and a number of web3 startups. He is represented as a Creative Director by Framestore, the Oscar, BAFTA, and Cannes Lions-winning VFX and creative agency.
Manon also acts as a music and technology advisor to some of the world’s leading musical artists, including will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas and Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman, as well as being a published songwriter / producer himself via 7Wallace & Universal Music.
Talk topic coming soon…Pippa Topp Interim Head of Product, Charlotte Tilbury Beauty
Pippa Topp is a product leader, consultant, and coach. After 15 years of experiencing the highs and lows of product & tech, Pippa set up the EQ Product Group earlier this year. Bringing together emotionally intelligent leadership with a practical product mindset, EQPG helps build great products by building great teams.
Pippa has worked across a number of different organisations in a range of capacities, both in-house and as a consultant including; Charlotte Tilbury, Ebay Classified Group, British Gas and Hive, as well as smaller start-ups and scale-ups across various industries.
Talk topic coming soon…Amy Hupe Design Systems Mgr., Springer Nature
Amy is a UK-based design systems and content design consultant.
She’s earned her stripes working with some of the biggest names around, including Which?, the Government Digital Service, BT Group, the NHS and Springer Nature.
Amy is passionate about helping teams make products accessible and inclusive, starting with the basics: the words we use to talk about them.
Talk topic coming soon…Nils Michaelis Director, Group Business Agility, The LEGO Group
Nils is a product and marketing leader with a great passion for organisational development, establishing new teams and organisations, and aligning Commercial with Product and Technology.
Taylor-DeLynn Belchak Product Operations Lead, Deliveroo
During the past 15 years, Nils has held senior roles in both Product Management and Product Marketing at Google, Trustpilot, Bestseller, and a number of tech startups. Since 2021, Nils has been working as a Transformation Partner and Product Management Coach at the LEGO Group, helping the beloved toy brand establish and evolve a digital product organisation comprised of 150+ product teams across Europe, the United States, and China, building products and services for millions of consumers and shoppers, as well as thousands of partners and colleagues around the globe.
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Taylor is a product operations leader with a passion for solving problems in complex product and organisational spaces while also promoting and scaling flexible, user-first experiences.
Since 2020 Taylor has held a senior leadership role at Deliveroo, where she has defined the role of Product Operations in supporting the success of Deliveroo’s partner products. Presently, her focus is building processes to streamline product support across the business, while finding creative ways that enable Deliveroo to effectively build, launch, and operate the best products for Deliveroo’s three core audiences: consumers, partners, and riders.
Hailing from the US originally where she started her career at Google’s main campus in Mountain View, Taylor has over 10+ years of experience in technical product support and product operations, and has worked in the US, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. In addition to possessing a love for building the products from the ground up, Taylor also prides herself in supporting the people who create those products, and serves as a facilitator for #IamRemarkable–an initiative empowering and celebrating women and other underrepresented groups both in the workplace and beyond.
Talk topic coming soon…Jens-Fabian Goetzmann RevenueCat
Jens-Fabian Goetzmann is an experienced product leader with a background in software development and strategy consulting. He regularly writes about building great product teams, practices, and principles.
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Jens is currently Head of Product at RevenueCat. Previously, he worked at 8fit, Microsoft, and BCG.
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