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The Incredible Speakers for #mtpcon London 2018

BY Martin Eriksson on June 13, 2018

Mind the Product London 2018 on October 18-19 will be better than ever, with more workshops, more networking, and more fun than ever. But most importantly #mtpcon will, as usual, bring you the best minds in product from around the world for a day full of thought-provoking insight, inspiration, and learning. We’re delighted to announce […] Read more »

Transforming to a Product Culture by Lea Hickman

BY James Gadsby Peet on November 24, 2017

Through her experience with a wide range of different organisations across the world, Silicon Valley Product Group partner Lea Hickman has a unique perspective on how people do product. In this awesome talk from Mind the Product London 2017 she shares some of what she’s learned about creating a product culture and how everyone has space to […] Read more »

Great Design for Great Digital Products by Jane Austin

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 20, 2017

Rather than having a single “genius” designer who drives their own solutions to problems, quality design facilitates the bringing together of different perspectives. For this to work, you need to build a deep, shared understanding, and once you get to this point, you can operate through consent, not consensus, meaning that decisions can be made […] Read more »

Critical Thinking for Product Teams by Teresa Torres

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 13, 2017

In this illuminating talk from Mind the Product London 2017, Teresa Torres shares her opportunity solution tree – a visual aid that can help you find the best place to focus your team’s energies, whilst ensuring you consider enough opportunities. Opportunity solution trees also bring transparency to the process and get the whole team to […] Read more »

The Heart of Innovation by Blade Kotelly

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 6, 2017

Good innovation should make your company feel uncomfortable. In this inspiring talk from Mind the Product London 2017, Blade Kotelly shares a process that he says will give you the best chance to innovate, although it doesn’t necessarily guarantee success. The process is based around Research, Design, Prototyping and Testing, but it also needs a […] Read more »

Design Sprints by Jake Knapp

BY James Gadsby Peet on September 29, 2017

Design Sprints allow you to get to the crux of your problem and explore a solution, quicker than other ways of working. They don’t give you a perfect solution or exact data, but they give you more than enough to decide what to do next by helping you glimpse into the future. Not only does […] Read more »

Thank You for Another Awesome #mtpcon London

BY Martin Eriksson on September 15, 2017

On Friday, September 8, we gathered nearly 1,600 passionate product people from 52 countries around the world to the iconic Barbican Hall for another dazzling #mtpcon. A day full of incredible talks, amazing conversations, an epic afterparty, and more pre-events than ever before! A huge cyan blue thank you to our magnificent speakers, crew, volunteers, […] Read more »

What we Learned at Mind the Product London 2017

BY Martin Eriksson on September 10, 2017

I opened this year’s Mind the Product London conference by suggesting that product management isn’t actually about managing products, but about managing people. I believe that to be successful we need to work across disciplines and make sure that everyone in the team owns the product together. Great products come from great people, and great […] Read more »