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Research that makes people LAUGH, then THINK — research about anything and everything, from everywhere —research that's good or bad, important or trivial, valuable or worthless. Presented by Marc Abrahams, founder of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improbableresearch/support
 
This is a podcast for people interested in building or designing tech products. At least once a week, I speak to product managers, product leaders, product marketers, UX professionals, and anyone else involved in product management and product delivery. Come and listen to some great conversations and get inspired!Listen on your favourite podcast app or on https://www.oneknightinproduct.com
 
From narwhal song to Bose-Einstein condensates and from pandemics to artificial intelligence - I track down the most interesting science and talk to those behind the research. I want to explore how science shapes our understanding of the universe around us, the challenges we face as we conduct that science and how we might go about improving it. www.labnews.co.uk
 
There’s been a lot of uncertainty and change for all of us right now. In this new upbeat podcast, David Buik, Richard Matthews and Michael Wilson ask the big questions to leaders in their fields, from the worlds of business, culture, finance and sport. Please join us and find out the secrets to their success in these challenging times.
 
Matthew Redmond, a student at Georgetown University, has had extensive experience in Cross Cultural Relations and Conflict Resolution. Matthew has been appointed to serve on a variety of organizations boards in the public and private sector in Maryland and internationally, including the Maryland Office of Family Youth and Children, Forum for Youth Investment, UNA-USA amoung other. In 2007, Governor O'Malley appointed Matthew to serve on the Maryland Governors Youth Ready by 21-join committee ...
 
Puppy Awareness Week: 1 - 7th September 2015 PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners by spreading the 'be puppy aware' message. Being puppy aware involves making sure you know which dog and breed is right for your lifestyle so that you can care for it for life, and making sure you can separate responsible breeders from puppy farmers. Every year the Kennel Club holds a Puppy Awareness Week (PAW) to spread this message. STOP puppy farming Puppies from ...
 
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An interview with Marc Abraham. Marc is the Head of Product - Engagement for ASOS.com, author of two books on Product Management and co-curator with Mind the Product. I spoke to Marc about his journey into Product Management, his new book 'Managing Product = Managing Tension', and some great advice about navigating a career in Product. You can catc…
 
In Podcast Episode #1052, Marc Abrahams shows an unfamiliar research study to developmental biologist Dany Adams. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode before it is made public. Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improbable…
 
An interview with Jack Stevens, Senior Product Manager at Publicis Sapient. At the height of the UK's first lockdown, Jack was included in a BBC article "Stress, burnout and redundancy: Tough times in IT" where he spoke about the toxic narrative that we could all get more done from home. We speak about how he got into the article, the reaction to i…
 
Be they religious or philosophical, human systems of thought seek to discern what is good and what is evil. The Gospel of Matthew dynamites this approach by usurping human power structures and dismantling human ethics, replacing both with God’s divine judgment, firmly seated outside our control and beyond our understanding. Richard and Fr. Marc dis…
 
From humble beginnings as a runner at the Chicago Board of Trade to establishing MF as the world largest broker of exchange-listed futures and options, Kevin’s career has certainly taken some interesting turns. Kevin led one of the largest financial services IPOs ($4.billion) in history and then reinvented himself in 2008 as the Founder and Chairma…
 
An interview with Abby Hehemann. Abby is Senior Product Marketing Manager at GetResponse, and featured speaker at Product-Led Growth Hub. Abby is passionate about Product Management and Product-Led Growth and shares some of her experience and advice for product marketers trying to make an impact on their pirate metrics (AARRR!)…
 
In Podcast Episode #1051, Marc Abrahams shows an unfamiliar research study to statistical geneticist Chris Cotsapas. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode before it is made public. Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improba…
 
Ana is a Product Manager at Redbubble and a self-declared vagabond. We talk about her journey into Product, how important it is to have mentorship, how you can build empathy, and how reviewing your communication skills is a must. We also talk about her passion for inclusion & diversity and some of the work that's left to do to build truly inclusive…
 
Following the Old Testament’s line, which sets Israel apart to demonstrate that Israel is no better, Matthew’s condemnation of the Scribes and Pharisees consolidates the Bible’s rejection of exceptionalism. Where nations, religions, institutions, social groupings, and even families scramble to proclaim, “become like us,” resoundingly, the biblical …
 
An interview with Harpal Singh, award-winning Product Consultant and interim CPO. Harpal has worked with a number of start ups to help optimise their product teams and make sure they get to actual Product/Market Fit. Harpal has distilled his experience into a free Product/Market Fit playbook "The Elusive Art And Science Of Finding Product/Market Fi…
 
Welcome to Le Wagon live, this week we have Melanie Yencken, UX Design Lead at Google talking to us about optimization. Starting her career as a graphic designer, Melanie now manages the Google my Business team across the UK and US. In her previous roles she built and led UX teams globally at Startups, Schibsted and eBay, and is currently the found…
 
Mark Donnigan’s experience spans 20 years as a transformative B2B and enterprise marketing and business leader driving demand, brand development, and strategy for startup, emerging, and growth-stage companies, backed by some of the largest VC firms in Silicon Valley. He has managed teams of 25 people, comprising marketing, SDR/BDRs, and account exe…
 
In Podcast Episode #1050, Marc Abrahams shows an unfamiliar research study to physicist Melissa Franklin. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode before it is made public. Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Google Podcast…
 
An interview with Dave Martin, Product Management coach and founder of consultancy Right To Left - working with companies to ensure they are building products the right way, getting the right kinds of Product Managers and instilling a solid product mindset into a company. Catch up with Dave on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrdavemartin/ or …
 
While American Christians fight for social relevance in the culture wars, the writers of the New Testament cancel themselves. Enough said. Richard and Fr. Marc discuss Matthew 23:5-12. Episode 362 Matthew 23:5-12; Music: Terminal by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4478-terminal License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licens…
 
Insurance in the music industry is certainly not boring. It’s a people business. Martin shares stories about all the characters he’s met over the last 40 years and assessing risks for events from U2, Rolling Stones, Spandau Ballet, Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue, to Nelson Mandela and the Pope. Thank you to our sponsors Speakerbus and Hampden & Co …
 
An interview with Janna Bastow. Janna is co-founder of ProdPad and Mind the Product, and inventor of the Now/Next/Later roadmap. We talk about how ProdPad and Mind the Product got started, the perils of falling into the trap of being an agency instead of a product company. We also talk about being diagnosed with ADHD, what that means to her and som…
 
An interview with Andrea Saez. Andrea works in Product Growth & Education for ProdPad. She's a lifelong learner, educator and advocate, looking to help Product Managers make good decisions. We talk about her journey into Product Management, why certifications aren't all that they cracked up to be and how Human Psychology helps make good product dec…
 
In episode #1049, Robin Abrahams explores some of the engineering in a classic research study Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode before it is made public. Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improbableresearch/support…
 
Blinded by extreme solipsism, it is practically impossible for Americans to recognize—let alone obey—correct words spoken on the lips of people we consider wrong or evil. Where God uses the hypocrisy of his followers to enlighten the world, we use the same to destroy it. Like childish teenagers reveling in stupidity and empty rebellion, we use the …
 
This trifecta of finance commentators shares their thoughts on everything from how they got their information, the impact of ‘Big Bang’, privatisation and technology on the markets, to their thoughts on whether Brexit will be damaging for future of London as the financial capital of Europe. Thank you to our sponsors Speakerbus and Hampden & Co Bank…
 
An interview with Busayomi Omotosho, Product Manager at Softcom. Busayomi speaks to me about Softcom's mission to connect consumers to businesses across Africa, her past working in LegalTech, how you need to apply efficient processes to Product Management, the importance of work / life balance and much more. Catch up with Busayomi on LinkedIn: http…
 
From his early beginnings studying physics at university to fulfilling his passion working in the stock market , to starting a small derivative desk at Charles Fulton to arbitrage between the cash and the futures markets, Michael’s 30-year financial career took off, and he became a major player in the City of London. Spencer founded his own busines…
 
In episode #1048, Marc Abrahams and Nicole Sharp analyze the engineering and the art of “Stress Analysis of a Strapless Evening Dress". Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode before it is made public. Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant --- Support this podcast: https:…
 
On this Christmas Eve, it is important to remember that the birth of Jesus is good news for the poor and the oppressed because it heralds the ascendancy of God’s Law over the tyranny of human authorities. Beginning with David and then Caesar, even now, Jesus the Christ tramples underfoot every pretender to his Father’s throne. “For he must reign un…
 
Marc talks about choosing the Prime Minister’s rescue dog and his new book ‘Lucy’s Law’ which explains how he became a grass roots campaigner. Over 10 years, Marc dealt with sabotage, 300 visits to Westminster and meetings at Number 10 before successfully changing the law on puppy farming in the UK. He recommends everyone to use their voice to sign…
 
This week on the Product Science Podcast, we’re back with a new interview with Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, to talk about his new book, EMPOWERED: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Products. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we learn what lead him to write a new book, and why many business leaders underestima…
 
Welcome to Le Wagon live, this week we have Valeria Cortex Diez speaking to us, Senior Data Scientist at Monzo, online app-based challenger back. Valeria is on the borrowing team at Monzo, building credit models and analysis to provide the best options for customers. Previously working with Machine Learning at Lloyds Banking Group, she’s also an ad…
 
In Episode #1047, Marc Abrahams shows an unfamiliar research study to Chris Cotsapas. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. The research mentioned in this episode is featured in the special Smelly issue (Vol. 22, #2) of the Annals of Improbable Research Magazine. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode befo…
 
British radio host, television presenter and broadcast journalist, Nick Ferrari is the most-listened-to radio host on LBC with 1.5m daily listeners. Nick talks about meeting Linda and Paul McCartney, his love of being the underdog, becoming Mayor of London, and the challenges facing newspapers and broadcasters today like the BBC. Thank you to our s…
 
An interview with Victoria Tkatch, Senior Product Manager at Sonos. Victoria is an ambitious, driven professional, operating at a million miles an hour, and she's definitely going to be your boss one day. We talk about her journey to Sonos via her own nutrition startup, her plans for the future and how she manages to keep 3 side hustles going. You …
 
If any human ability can be said to manifest the power of God, it is our ability to speak. When we speak words, there are only two possibilities: 1. That we are saying something informed and useful, meaning we teach something, or, 2. That our speech is uninformed and unhelpful, and therefore, destructive. For the biblical tradition, there is no mid…
 
Drug discovery is a tough endeavour - but could nature offer a helping hand? I spoke to Steve Trim, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder of Venomtech to find out why some of the world's deadliest creatures hold the key to pharmaceutical success. Taking in poisonous snails, spiders, snakes and arthropods - this episode isn't for the squeamish... but…
 
This week on the Product Science Podcast, we're revisiting our first episode, where we sat down with Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, to talk about the lessons he’s learned over his long career in product management. Marty has a new book out, EMPOWERED: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Products, and we'll bring him back on th…
 
Known for his impression of a pterodactyl, Lee talks candidly about life after winning ‘The Apprentice’ and using the pandemic as an opportunity to reset and reinvent his company after losing 90% of his revenue within six days. Passionate about the recruitment industry, Lee debunks the myth that you should hire anyone using a traditional cv. Thank …
 
In episode #1046, Marc Abrahams shows some unfamiliar research studies to Nicole Sharp. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to each podcast episode before it is made public. Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improbableresearch/support…
 
An interview with Mark Yamashita, Technical Product Director at Sensibill, a fintech company that means you never have to worry about expense forms again. Mark moved into Product Management from working on supercomputers and compilers, via an MBA. We talk about how technical PMs should keep away from solutioneering, how education & mentoring are so…
 
It is genuinely tragic that religion, intended to set our minds on heavenly things, is repeatedly debased by the preoccupation of religious people with worldly things. The biblical story calls us to look past human transience to the things that are eternal—“the things,” Jesus teaches, that pertain “to God.” Meanwhile, the fundamentalists in Matthew…
 
Parul Goel is a Product Leader at PayPal. She currently heads payments for the PayPal Commerce Platform, an enterprise product she helped build from scratch. She is passionate about innovating in the enterprise product space. In her career spanning over fifteen years, Parul has been part of several complex product builds, some have been very succes…
 
From his career in advertising and cricket to becoming Chief Executive of Southampton Football club, Martin Semmens celebrates being on top of the league and discusses the complexities of leading a premiership club with overseas ownership. Martin explains how Southampton have been successful in executing a unique business plan and building a strong…
 
In Episode #1045, Marc Abrahams shows an unfamiliar research study to Jean Berko Gleason. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue. The research mentioned in this episode is featured in the special Human Heads & Garlic Juice issue (Vol. 22, #1) of the Annals of Improbable Research Magazine. Remember, our Patreon donors, on most levels, get access to e…
 
An interview with Elina Sokolovska, Product Manager at Flux, an exciting fintech startup working with some big retailers via their API. Elina talks about how she loves integrations and API Product Management, as well as her addiction to startup culture, and how mountain climbing has taught her strength in the face of adversity. Catch up with Elina …
 
If you are happy with the way things are—if you own property, if your business is thriving, if existing social and religious institutions work in your favor, the last thing you want in your town is a prophet. A prophet brings news that God will bring an end to the current situation. A prophet warns of God’s wrath and judgment. In fulfillment of the…
 
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