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Interview: A Chat with BPMA Mentor and Edx CTO, Mark Haseltine

bpma ProductHub

Being paired with my mentor Mark Haseltine, CTO at Edx, was a unique and valuable experience. I’ve been fortunate to have several key mentors in my career. Each has advised me in different ways and on different aspects of what I can bring to an organization both personally and professionally.

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The Disproportionate Impact of Coaching on Startup Survival

Bain Public

It is a known fact that startups which are accompanied or coached, view their chances of success as being much higher compared to those that are not. The right mentoring and coaching support facilitates a startup’s transformation and enables roadmap planning and execution, without straying from the ultimate vision and goal.


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Don’t Miss These Speakers at #mtpcon San Francisco

Mind the Product

He is the co-author of the New York Times bestseller, The Lean Entrepreneur and has over 20 years experience helping companies bring high-growth products to market. Previously, he was co-founder and CTO of Virage, where he oversaw the technical direction of the company from its founding through to its NASDAQ IPO.

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Reddit’s Nick Caldwell on engineering leadership

Intercom, Inc.

Find a sponsor , not a mentor — someone who is in the room when opportunities arise and makes sure your name comes up. Most people know what mentoring is: you find a leader, someone you respect, you grab coffee with them every so often, you unload your problems on them, and they give you some coaching and advice, which is useful.

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An OKR Fable

Product Bookshelf

The story begins with the struggling founders meeting with their top advisor and board member who recommends OKRs. They hire a CTO and deal with a variety of team problems along the way. Throughout the story, the company is struggling to find the right customers and identify its market position.