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Practical Design Thinking Part 3: A better way to run remote workshops?

BY Dominic Port on January 13, 2021

Remote workshops, they’re a thing right?! Remote workshops aren’t a new thing and, with the soar in popularity of tools like Mural (our personal favourite) or Miro (another great alternative), alongside the disparate nature of product teams in 2020, more and more remote workshops, (including full-blown Design Sprints) are being run every day. At Pack, before the pandemic […] Read more »

Practical Design Thinking Part 2: How to Embed Design Sprints Into Your Teams

BY Matt Pollitt on January 12, 2021

This article (Part 2 of a trilogy) is all about introducing elements of the Design Sprint in a manageable way, to get your teams working better together. It encourages adoption of the process from the inside, out. So, you’ve heard of Design Sprints?! The week-long framework originating from Google Ventures to solve challenges and test […] Read more »

Practical Design Thinking Part 1: What is it? And why Should I Care?

BY John Griffin on January 11, 2021

If you’re a product manager or working on a product team, you’ve probably heard of Design Thinking. But have you used it? Do you know what it is, apart from a buzzword everybody likes to use? And, more to the point, how can you start to use it to build better products? Product managers are, […] Read more »

Predictive Tech and Data Ethics: Part 2 - It’s Time To Operationalise Data Ethics

BY Nathan Kinch on October 14, 2020 for Prioritised Members

Following on from Predictive Tech and Data Ethics: Part 1 – the Pros and Cons our intention with this post is to help individual practitioners and business leaders better understand our rationale behind why data ethics matters and how it can be done better. This isn’t about feel-good principles-based statements, it’s about effectively operationalising data […] Read more »

Predictive Tech and Data Ethics: Part 1 - the Pros and Cons

BY Eira Hayward on October 9, 2020 for Prioritised Members

As someone once said, technology companies are quick to focus on what they can do, but not so quick to examine “the how they do it”. Predictive technology may be speeding up digital transformation and be an integral part of our digital lives, but it comes with implications for data privacy and the potential to […] Read more »

Insights from the #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum - Part 1

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 21, 2019

Held in the lovely Barbican Conservatory, this year’s #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum brought together a group of senior product leaders for the type of conversations that can only happen behind closed doors. As a result, all of the issues discussed were under the Chatham House rule, so you won’t see any direct quotes, but […] Read more »

Insights from the #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum - Part 2

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 22, 2019

In Part 2 of our Product Leadership Forum recap, we take a look at yet more insights shared by a group of senior product leaders during #mtpcon 2019 (if you missed Part 1, take a look here). (All of the issues discussed were under the Chatham House rule, so you won’t see any direct quotes, […] Read more »

Insights from the #mtpcon Product Leadership Forum - Part 3

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 23, 2019

In Part 3 of our Product Leadership Forum recap, you can see an overview of the remaining insights from this year’s #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum (if you missed them, you can take a look back at Part 1 and Part 2). (All of the issues discussed were under the Chatham House rule, so you […] Read more »

How to Avoid a Product Manager's Worst Nightmare – Part 1

BY Daniel Elizalde on August 12, 2015

Imagine that the product you’ve been working on for months or years implodes on its first day of life – a product manager’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, this story happens too often in the software world. This two-part article covers what you can do to prevent it. […] Read more »

Product Manager Survey Results: Part 1 - Overall

BY Simon Cast on December 20, 2012

The purpose of this survey is to get a snapshot of working product managers and to provide some corresponding statistics as we build out the community. It’s also designed to give you a better understanding of where you stand professionally within the community. I’ve attempted to present as much data as possible in charts, but […] Read more »