Last week Jeff Gothelf was our guest at #Podojo Studio hosted by Soundcloud. Jeff talked about “Almost Everything I’ve Learned From 5 Years of Lean UX” followed by a fishbowl session. Here are some pictures of the evening.
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The #PoDojo in Berlin this November was a three day experience full of fun, learning and creativity. Here are some impressions of the workshop.
Our Style of Training: Expect Action Learning “You know the movie about Karate Kid? Karate Kid learns a basic Karate move by putting up and hanging his jacket hundreds of times, desperately not understanding what this is for until a final physical insight helps him put the pieces together.” This quote from Udi Miron posted… Read more »
The Value Proposition Canvas is a visual tool that you can use to model concepts and ideas of how the product or service you are creating may add value to the lives of your customers. It helps to quickly create alignment within a team and with stakeholders, brainstorm, compare and explore alternative paths of thinking… Read more »
We ran a post last month about the trials and tribulations of finding your A-Team, ending the post with a promise to continue this dialog. With employees acting more like free agents now more than ever before, we chose to hear from one of our readers, Katharine Jarmul, a free agent developer, who has never… Read more »
Here are some impressions from Product Camp Berlin which was a fantastic experience for us. Big Kudos for the organizers making this event happen. It was great meeting all the people who share the passion of the #PoDojo to build products customers love and we learned a lot from you all who joined our session… Read more »
What is your strategy for hiring the best of the best into your team? Ideas are worth very little without people to execute them. And we all know a company is only as good as its team, which is why the hiring process is so critical as you start up your venture. And anyone who… Read more »
An evening full of fun, nice peolpe and creativity. The Agile Game Lab at Gameduell was a great experience for all participants!
Product Development is all about creating, growing, and nurturing healthy relationships. Imagine a workplace where: We take 100 percent personal responsibility for our own feelings — without turning to blame or avoidance. We commit to learning with one another when conflicts arise. Conflict happens, yet we do not withdraw or give ourselves up to avoid… Read more »
The #PoDojo talked to Arbeit Aber Anders about the role of the Product Owner. We expained how to learn and improve moves in mastering the challenges of Product Ownership like in Karate Kid by repeating it over and over again. Tools like Scrum or Value Proposition Canvas are simple to explain yet hard to apply…. Read more »