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Product Dojo Berlin, December 2016

Thanks again to all participants for taking part in our three day workshop and for bringing your ideas, fun and enthusiasm.    

In partnership with Axel Springer Plug and Play Accelerator

Axel Springer Plug and Play Accelerator We are happy to announce our partnership with Axel Springer Plug and Play to continue working with the upcoming accelerator batches in 2017. Our passion is innovation and learning. To help entrepreneurs move their ideas we have created a one day intensive workshop which was successfully launched with Axel… Read more »

5 Common Unconscious Biases We See In Product Development

This is the second post in a series which is studying the unconscious biases found in product development, which can be seen when we are designing products or software people use, or when trying to uncover precisely what’s wrong with our workplace today. The first in the series can be found here:  https://www.podojo.com/unconscious-bias-the-affinity-bias/ Confirmation Bias… Read more »

Jesper Richter-Reichhelm at #PoDojo Studio

Enjoy the video of Jesper Richter-Reichhelm’s talk on Combining the mindset of Agile, Lean and … err … Waterfall to build great games at #PoDojo Studio Berlin, October 2016.  

Product Dojo Berlin, October 2016

Thanks again to all participants for your enthusiasm, humor, and your curiosity during our three day workshop!                

How to implement Design Thinking?

“How do we implement Design Thinking in our organization?” Many corporations have to deal with this question nowadays. Often management has put Design Thinking already on its agenda. The pattern we see is the following: After a few members of the organization have experienced innovative sparks triggered by a Design Thinking workshop, very soon thereafter… Read more »

Unconscious Bias: The Affinity Bias

5 Common Unconscious Biases We See In Product Development Studying the unconscious decisions we make can be critical when it comes to designing products or software people use, or when trying to uncover precisely what’s wrong with our workplace today. In the next series of posts we will uncover 5 different kinds of unconscious biases,… Read more »

How I went from the #PoDojo to passing the PMI-ACP

In this guest blog post Janis Bode shares his learnings about acquiring the PMI-ACP certificate after attending a #PoDojo workshop. Janis is responsible for the Agile Coaches as “Agile Lead” at GameDuell, a Berlin-based Games company from 2012 – 2016. He will move over to McKinsey Digital Labs acting as Agile Advisor in August 2016…. Read more »

#PoDojo talks with Henning Lueke from Atameo

„Questioning it, ask it, testing it, iterate it – that is what stands out for me after three days of #PoDojo“ says Henning Lueke, one of the participants of the last #PoDojo. The founder of Berlin Startup Atameo tells us why he has chosen the workshop and what he learned there.