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SUNDAY REWIND: Agile died while you were doing your standup

BY Louron Pratt on March 27, 2022

Despite the successes Agile has brought us, Nate Walkingshaw believes that it’s time to take our lessons from the approach and move on. In this Sunday rewind, we look back to when Nate explained why… […] Read more »

How do you build a successful product team?

BY Eira Hayward on March 19, 2021 for Prioritised Members

What does it take to build and maintain a successful product team, one that’s driven, motivated and ultimately successful? In this post, speaking to a range of product experts, we try to answer this question. A combination of factors — like hiring the right people, establishing a vision, defining success in a way that everyone […] Read more »

Scaling from 60 to 1,000 People

BY Nilan Peiris on July 28, 2020

TransferWise was formed in 2011 out of frustration with the expense of sending money overseas. Unlike the banks, we display our fee upfront and deduct it before currency conversion. We use the mid-market exchange provided by Reuters with no mark-up, so there are no nasty surprises for customers. We’re happy to boast that the service […] Read more »

AMA with Christina Wodtke: Encouraging Autonomy and Writing Awesome OKRs

BY Imogen Schels on June 25, 2020 for Prioritised Members

In this Prioritised AMA, Christina Wodtke – the amazing author, speaker, and lecturer at Stanford, answers questions on her books, how to encourage autonomy, writing OKRs successfully and even reviving them when they’ve failed. If you’re a Prioritised member you can watch again now and read the full recap. Not already a member? Sign up to […] Read more »

Your team is smarter than you are: why autonomous product teams work better

BY Martin Eriksson on February 2, 2018

I’ve always argued that product management is a team sport. But as soon as you have more than one team in an organisation and you need them to interact with each other, you introduce friction. This friction between teams is why we have libraries full of project management books and methodologies, inboxes and outboxes, dependency […] Read more »