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Hacking The Hiring Process – Alex Yang & Max Bevan on The Product Experience

Mind the Product

Maximillian Bevan (Director of Product) and Alex Yang (VP of Engineering) joined us to talk about how and why they’ve made these changes. Lily enjoys working as a consultant product manager with early-stage and growing startups and as a mentor to other product managers. Quote of the Episode. Follow Simprints on Twitter.

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Remote Work: Ways to Think About “Fair” Compensation and Benefits

Johanna Rothman

Before the pandemic, Jenny, the VP of Engineering, insisted that the engineering staff needed to work in the Boston area. My various consulting offerings. The post Remote Work: Ways to Think About “Fair” Compensation and Benefits appeared first on Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant.


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392: How uncovering customer pains and unmet needs led to launching a rapidly growing product – with Matt Danna

Product Innovation Educators

At my last company, I was the VP of Product and the co-founder of Boulevard, Sean, was the VP of Engineering. One day Sean’s hair was a complete disaster, and I told him he was looking way too much like an engineer and needed to get a haircut. Useful link: * Learn more about Boulevard.

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Growing the Product Team at ActivePipe


Two years ago, we brought on a senior consultant, John Milburn, who actually worked for Pragmatic Institute. I’m the Senior Product Manager at Active Pipe. I’ve been at Active Pipe for over six years. I transitioned into Product Management at Active Pipe three years ago. Can you describe ActivePipe’s Product practice?

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Your Audience’s Real Roadmap Questions

Mironov Consulting

Instead, I usually defer to the VPE/CTO on the bigger efficiency question, and focus on prioritization choices captured in the roadmap. ” The tension isn’t with which bugs we’re fixing, but the fraction of development/design effort spent on current user versus new features and new revenue.

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Why You Need to Shift Your Team from “Agil-ish” to Agile [+Webinar]

280 Group

In my own consulting practice where I untangle the knots in software development, at the beginning of an interim VP Engineering engagement, or an assessment, I’ll ask everyone in the organization to characterize their process. Ron Lichty is a Consultant: Interim VP Engineering. More “Agil-ish” than Agile.

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The Power of Agile — You Asked, We Answered

280 Group

That means starting with quality training and possibly some follow-on guidance from a consultant who has experience guiding organizations through Agile transformations. Your Questions Answered By: Ron Lichty is a Consultant: Interim VP Engineering. Tom Evans is a Principal Consultant and Trainer at 280 Group.

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