Product Ethics

Roman Pichler

of global carbon emissions by 2025 and 14% by 2040; The ICT industry could use 20% of all electricity and produce 5.5% of all carbon emissions by 2025; and. What is an Ethical Product? An ethical product is an offering that does not cause any harm, neither to its users nor the planet.

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Pepsi Product Managers Learn That We Want What We Should Not Have

The Accidental Product Manager

It has now been changed to simply stating that by 2025 sales of their nutritious products “will outpace” the rest of Pepsi’s portfolio. We do love our Doritos Image Credit: 0Four.

How Can Product Managers Save The Internal Combustion Engine?

The Accidental Product Manager

China has stated that they want 25% of the cars that are on their streets to be either electric or hybrid by 2025. Product managers need to find a way to keep internal combustion engines relevant Image Credit: Insomnia Cured Here.

What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution have to do with your product?

The Product Coalition

Hint: It has a lot to do! It’s been a while since I was first introduced to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its concepts. It happened in late 2016 when I read Klaus Schwab’s book about the topic.