The leadership in design, product, and content—such a function of timing
Many leaders do not build the team skills around the right timing.
The intersections in our digital work
When we work in content or design, we enable the work of almost all other teams in the organization even more than our own work.
You cannot learn product management without practice
The Twitter wisdom excites us, it gives us confidence.
A product manager role I wish I could have
I get a feeling that it should be an interesting challenge to simplify how Miro pricing works at present.
Products management—products, business, and organization
In bigger companies, the role is divided in multiple units for strategic, managerial, and functional.
The cost of delay in our learning models—A product content strategy and design course, part 2
If we apply the Cost of Delay in how we identify our core capabilities, our career path discussions might look a lot different.
Inspiring leaders need learning teams to support the organization goals
Organizations should provide the incentives to the teams for their curiosity and not for the work.
Content leadership is about building the confidence
As content and design leaders, we are often weighing the trade-offs.
Finding the questions, and not the answers
Many products die because of the lack of conversations in the product team.
Content and design leadership, and cross-functional collaboration
For example, how they sense an urgency, or the need to talk to the product team?