Organizing For Successful Product and Process Development

Organizing For Successful Product and Process Development

In a clip from a recent LEI webinar, a Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure advisor shares how this 9,000-person organization works together to understand and deliver what their customers value in waterway and roadway infrastructure.

Use custom templates in draw.io for Confluence

Use custom templates in draw.io for Confluence

Just like in our draw.io Diagrams editor, you can access your templates in draw.io Boards. In this video, you can see how to access the template library. —————————- Get your 30-day trial – draw.io is available on the Atlassian Marketplace…

Prof. H. Thomas Johnson - Deming Medal acceptance remarks

Prof. H. Thomas Johnson – Deming Medal acceptance remarks

May 5, 2008 remarks from Portland State University professor H. Thomas Johnson for receiving the ASQ Deming Medal. Prof. Johnson originated the principle of Management by Means (MBM) as opposed to Management by Results (MBR). Learn more in his books…

Plotting A Career Path Through Business Analysis, Architecture, Change and Beyond with Lisa Woodall

Plotting A Career Path Through Business Analysis, Architecture, Change and Beyond with Lisa Woodall

Lisa’s blog https://whatevernext.home.blog/ Connect with Lisa on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-woodall-6220445/ Connect with Adrian on LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrianreed/ Have you ever wanted to take a ‘sideways step’ in your career? To get beyond organisational silos and work in other change-related roles? Or perhaps…

Product Management meets UX Design, ProductTank Tokyo

Product Management meets UX Design, ProductTank Tokyo

Mind the Product: http://mindtheproduct.com/ ProductTank: https://www.mindtheproduct.com/producttank-about/ ProductTank Tokyo: https://www.meetup.com/producttank-tokyo/ Even though UX Design and Product Management are separate career paths, they tend to intertwine with each other quite often. Excellent collaboration and skill-sharing between the two can lead to a…

How to build an awesome product in challenging times with minimal resources - Jenny Bjorkman

How to build an awesome product in challenging times with minimal resources – Jenny Bjorkman

Startup life is a rollercoaster. In this session you’ll learn some hints and tips from an established startup on how to do more with less, so you can deliver still value to your users within your limited budget and timescales.

Neuroscience of Agile Mindset - how to turn the brain to BE Agile - Anna Obukhova

Neuroscience of Agile Mindset – how to turn the brain to BE Agile – Anna Obukhova

We are going to go quite deep in the neuroscience of motivation, intention, result, failure, and learning, and build the brain process that creates an Agile Mindset (using behavior activation process). It is based on 4 main neurotransmitters and hormones…

Hiring Product Managers: Using Product EQ to go beyond culture and skills - Kate Leto

Hiring Product Managers: Using Product EQ to go beyond culture and skills – Kate Leto

In this talk, Kate will pull from her experience in product management, org design and leadership coaching to introduce practical tools that will change not only how an organisation hires, but how they think of a healthy product management culture…

Faster Delivering Teams? Kill the test column! - Jitesh Gosai

Faster Delivering Teams? Kill the test column! – Jitesh Gosai

A lot of development teams typically have a “In Test” column on their boards to indicate when things are being tested. Some even have “Waiting for Test” columns this way the Test team know what work to pick up next…

Satisfaction with abstraction, from individual contributor to leadership - Gwen Diagram

Satisfaction with abstraction, from individual contributor to leadership – Gwen Diagram

Gwen will discuss her journey from individual contributor to Engineering Manager. She will talk through how she helped testers and engineers at all levels grow and what tools she uses for a great relationship. She will discuss moving from testing…