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The podcast from zeroheight, where we talk to the best folks in DesignOps from around the world to help you build the best darn DesignOps practice you possibly can. Hosted by Luke Murphy, design advocate at zeroheight, each episode focuses on a specific part of the DesignOps pie, gaining insight from both established DesignOps practitioners, as well as up and coming DesignOps voices.
 
Organization Development/Design Learning Lab (od-ll.com) Presents a professional and insightful look into the challenges that organizations of all sizes face. Weekly we will explore and challenge the status quo and disruption that is prevalent in the ever-changing fast pace of the business world. Powered By Org-ology Hosted By Cheese and Crackers TV Org-ology helps organizations think differently about how they will meet future challenges of sustainable future growth and strategic developmen ...
 
“This is Product Management” interviews the brightest minds across the numerous disciplines that fuel modern product teams. Episodes span from arts to science, tactics to strategies, confessions to professions. Take a deep dive into user experience, statistics, innovation, differentiation, design, development, metrics, and more with the latest podcast for product managers. This is Product Management is produced by Feedback Loop Learn more and subscribe at tipm.feedbackloop.com
 
Welcome to In Depth, a new podcast from First Round Review that’s dedicated to surfacing the tactical advice founders and startup leaders need to grow their teams, their companies and themselves. Hosted by Brett Berson, a partner at First Round, In Depth will cover a lot of ground and a wide range of topics, from hiring executives and becoming a better manager, to the importance of storytelling inside of your organization. But every interview will hit the level of tactical depth where the ve ...
 
As tech teams we're great at designing and building products and experiences that people love. But one thing that we still can't do effectively is design our own careers. With the help of regular contributors and special guests, we dig into why that is, tackling questions around managing vs making, missing manager tools, soft and hard skills and training, compensation and navigating a new job that's right for you.
 
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This podcast provides unique view of both the creation and growth of startups as well as different technology topics thanks to the background of its hosts: Gonto has focused his career as VP of Growth & Marketing at product companies like Auth0, and Guido is CTO, CINO and co-founder of Wolox, a big software consulting agency.
 
Join thousands of other product managers, UXers, engineers and data scientists and listen in to the Product Coalition Podcast. This podcast shows the real people behind products and illustrates the passion and emotion product people have for their products. We’re a product community of 1m+ readers, 7,000 Slack members and thousands of podcast listeners. Join us at members.productcoalition.com. Guest are leaders, founders, co-founders or lead employees, who have a love for product management, ...
 
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Today’s episode is with Hareem Mannan, who was a product design leader at Segment for nearly four years, and joined Twilio as a Senior Director of Product, Enablement & Design following the company’s acquisition of Segment. In today’s conversation, we deeply explore Hareem’s three pillars of what makes a great designer. To summarize, they are a pro…
 
Dan Mall, Creative director and advisor, founder and director of both SuperFriendly and Arcade and design systems extraordinaire talks to us about the collaboration between designers and engineers to hot potatoing between design and development and the shift that is needed in design to better focus on people. DanMall.me Dan on Twitter SuperFriendly…
 
This four-week series teaches the importance of Advent, a special time in the Christian tradition. The time leading up to Christmas is a moment for believers to prepare to receive the gift of their King. Preparation takes a great deal of practice, readiness, some waiting, and trusting God will go above and beyond our expectations as Jesus comes to …
 
Have you ever turned the corner on the street and caught sight of a business and thought—wow, that’s still around? What made that lone Blockbuster Video hang on in Oregon, long after it had lost relevance? Today we’re looking at zombies of the business landscape The last years have not been kind to many retail brands and you’ve come to expect to he…
 
This episode features Chase Disher, Director of Product at Public.com. Learn more about Chase’s work at Public.com — including how he goes about converting users to champions — on this episode of This Is Product Management. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the research platform designed for products teams. Want to sign up for a free Feedback Loop…
 
Kaelig Deloumeau-Prigent, design and developer advocate and co-chair of the design tokens W3C community group, talks to us about the history of design tokens, the standardization of design tokens and the future of DesignOps. Kaelig.fr Kaelig on Twitter Design Tokens W3C Community Group Pink Floyd, The Wall Tough Guides: How to Stay Alive on A Deser…
 
This four-week series teaches the importance of Advent, a special time in the Christian tradition. The time leading up to Christmas is a moment for believers to prepare to receive the gift of their King. Preparation takes a great deal of practice, readiness, some waiting, and trusting God will go above and beyond our expectations as Jesus comes to …
 
Today’s episode is with Zach Kitschke, CMO of Canva, an online design and publishing tool. Since launching in 2013, Canva has grown from an Australian startup to a global company, with 60 million monthly active users, over 2,000 employees, and a $40 billion valuation. Zach was one of Canva's first employees, leading comms efforts around their initi…
 
Have you ever optimistically started out on a project—CERTAIN that you’ve got just the right idea. And then as you’ve gone along, you’ve ended up with a bigger problem than you started with? Today we’re going to look at that tricky question of solving the right problem. So, after our last podcast you sent along an article to me and I have to say. I…
 
Brad Frost, Web Designer, Speaker, Consultant, Writer, Podcast Host and 'Grangfather' of Design Systems and Atomic Design , talks to us about the developer experience in design systems, the tools and processes out there to make design systems easier and what hopefully the future of design systems looks like. Bradfrost.com Brad on Twitter Pattern La…
 
This four-week series teaches the importance of Advent, a special time in the Christian tradition. The time leading up to Christmas is a moment for believers to prepare to receive the gift of their King. Preparation takes a great deal of practice, readiness, some waiting, and trusting God will go above and beyond our expectations as Jesus comes to …
 
Even if you’re not a sports person, it’s been quite a summer for interesting developments in sports. Wimbledon, the Olympics and the 2020 Euro Cup all had some interesting commonalities no one really expected. If you paid no attention to the Tokyo Olympics whatsoever, you did catch the drama created by the press, and others, about Simone Biles step…
 
Wow: two years of making things that matter! Andrew checks in with lessons learned in year two, impactful episodes and show updates. ----- Sign up here to get upcoming audio essays emailed to you Follow the MTTM journey on Twitter or LinkedIn! If you haven't already would you do me a favor and take ~40 seconds to rate/review the show on Apple Podca…
 
This episode features Liz Casals, VP of Consumer Insights at Lincoln Financial Group. Learn more about Liz’s journey to infuse research and insights into an old-line, regulated company, as well as her views on agile research and what it takes to succeed in the research field. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the online research platform designed …
 
Tim Gilligan, a Chief of Staff at Capital One, talks to us about their journey into their current role, what benefits a Chief of Staff can bring to an org, and what they are excited about the future of DesignOps. Tim Gilligan Tim on Twitter Hundred Days, The Bengsons A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L'Engle DesignOps Island Discs is brought to you by z…
 
This four-week series teaches the importance of Advent, a special time in the Christian tradition. The time leading up to Christmas is a moment for believers to prepare to receive the gift of their King. Preparation takes a great deal of practice, readiness, some waiting, and trusting God will go above and beyond our expectations as Jesus comes to …
 
Today’s episode is with Max Mullen, co-founder of Instacart. He started as a generalist, running everything from product to payroll, but as the company has grown over the years, he’s come to focus on one particular area: culture. Since Max is also an active angel investor, he’s also been able to partner with tons of founders and help them think abo…
 
There’s that old John Lennon quote, life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans. We seem to have spent much of 2020, and too much of 2021 making other plans. So, what’s on the horizon that we should be paying attention to, that’s lost focus over the last year or so?By Org-ology Inc.
 
Jerome de Lafarge, co-founder and CEO at zeroheight talks to us about how to survive in the startup world, where zeroheight came from and where DesignOps is likely headed. zeroheight.com Jerome on Twitter The National The Three-Body Problem, Cixin Liu DesignOps Island Discs is brought to you by zeroheight, the design system documentation platform. …
 
This five-week series covers the book of James, a letter that serves as a field manual for the Christian life. When we deal with trials, contentions, and lack of faith, James teaches us that we can still have joy in the midst of our circumstances. Find out more about Forefront Church at: http://forefront.org http://forefrontchurch.info http://faceb…
 
Today’s episode is with Alisa Cohn, an executive coach with nearly 20 years of experience working with companies like Etsy, Venmo, InVision, The Wirecutter, Google and IBM. Her new book, From Start-Up to Grown-Up: Grow Your Leadership to Grow Your Business, just came out this week. In our conversation today, we focus on what founders and startup le…
 
How are we defining legal accountability in the pandemic world? What has changed and who is responsible for employee safety? Do employers have a legal responsibility around vaccination choices? We will explore these and other questions. We can offer insight but not legal advise as none of us are allowed to practice law in any location.…
 
This episode of TIPM features Dave Carruthers, CEO and founder of Voxpopme, a video survey, and feedback company. Learn more about Dave’s insights on fomenting customer obsession throughout an organization, combining the trend of video with that of customer-centricity. Want to download a transcript of this episode? Please visit: https://tipm.feedba…
 
Laura Kennedy, lead designer on design systems at GoodRx, talks to us about the deprioritisation of a design system, what signs to look for, what to do if it does happen and what lessons were learned for future opportunities. laura-kennedy.net Laura on Twitter Bear Grylls Survival Podcast The Art Institute of Chicago DesignOps Island Discs is broug…
 
This five-week series covers the book of James, a letter that serves as a field manual for the Christian life. When we deal with trials, contentions, and lack of faith, James teaches us that we can still have joy in the midst of our circumstances. Find out more about Forefront Church at: http://forefront.org http://forefrontchurch.info http://faceb…
 
Today’s episode is with Gretchen Howard, COO of Robinhood. Gretchen joined Robinhood in early 2019 as the company’s COO and just its second executive hire. She climbed aboard the Robinhood rocketship after 5 years building CapitalG, Alphabet’s investment fund. In today’s conversation, we dive really deep into what she’s learned about executive hiri…
 
As we continue the discussion around what levers organizations have to steer their path, Org-ology will offer some ideas around missed opportunities. What can, and should, we as employers be thinking about that we’re not? This is a rather unique time in our employment market. For the first time in decades staff are being selective. Regardless of wh…
 
Rogie King, designer advocate at Figma, plugin author and prolific tweeter, talks to us about the power of community and the influence on the design process improvements. rog.ie Rogie's Figma Profile Rogie on twitter Figma Plugins: Table Creator, Breakpoints, SkewDat, Image Tracer. FigJam Black Tiger Sex Machine, Futuristic Thriller Salem's Lot, St…
 
This five-week series covers the book of James, a letter that serves as a field manual for the Christian life. When we deal with trials, contentions, and lack of faith, James teaches us that we can still have joy in the midst of our circumstances. Find out more about Forefront Church at: http://forefront.org http://forefrontchurch.info http://faceb…
 
Part of your organization design and development work is to challenge the way organizational leaders think. When you think about how you influence the path your organization is on, there are of course costs. And there are people — and maybe the technology investment. So—true or false: if you give your staff training and get them a new IT platform, …
 
Letica Fox-Thomas is Vice President of Product Management for Fidelity Investments. Learn more about Tica’s insights into the diversity of thought and ideas and why she thinks product managers should be “intimately” involved in research. Want to download a transcript of this episode? Please visit: feedbackloop.com/tipm…
 
Chase McCoy, the driving force behind Seeds at Sprout Social, now a product designer at Stripe, talks to us about documentation as knowledge graphs and the future of design systems. chasem.co Chase on Twitter Design systems as knowledge graphs Seeds - Sprout Social Frank Ocean, Blonde Broad Band, Claire L. Evans DesignOps Island Discs is brought to…
 
This five-week series covers the book of James, a letter that serves as a field manual for the Christian life. When we deal with trials, contentions, and lack of faith, James teaches us that we can still have joy in the midst of our circumstances. Find out more about Forefront Church at: http://forefront.org http://forefrontchurch.info http://faceb…
 
Today’s episode is with Giancarlo 'GC' Lionetti, the former CMO of Confluent and VP of Self-Serve Growth at Dropbox. (GC also previously spent 6 years at Atlassian, as a sales engineer and product marketing manager for developer tools.) He describes his career as more of a maze than a ladder, and this functional diversity combined with his deep exp…
 
In this episode we continue our examination of remote working with our resident business consultants Org-ology. If it wasn’t bad enough having your supervisor looking over your shoulder every five minutes in the office, then what about asking you to keep zoom on all day while you’re working from home? Don’t they trust you? On a personal level it’s …
 
This five-week series covers the book of James, a letter that serves as a field manual for the Christian life. When we deal with trials, contentions, and lack of faith, James teaches us that we can still have joy in the midst of our circumstances. Find out more about Forefront Church at: http://forefront.org http://forefrontchurch.info http://faceb…
 
Today’s episode is with Sandr Oh Lin, founder and CEO of KiwiCo, which creates hands-on learning kits for children. Sandra started KiwiCo over ten years ago, after a career with executive positions at PayPal and eBay. She was looking for ways to give her own kids more hands-on projects to exercise their creativity, which led her down the path to be…
 
This week Jonny chats to Steve Bianchi, CHRO and COO of talent operating system Beamery. A real futurist and systems thinker, Steve gets into the future of the people team, why people leaders make good Chief Operating Officers and imagines a future where we’re hired not based on our university and CV but by our skills and ambition. Links: Steve on …
 
Lawrence Huang is VP of Product Management at Cisco Meraki. Learn more about Lawrence’s insights on managing through acquisitions and maintaining values, as well as his takes on promoting diversity and ingraining user feedback into the product management process, on this episode of This Is Product Management. Please visit feedbackloop.com/tipm to d…
 
We're back with season two, and this season we're talking to even more DesignOps and design systems folks about the nitty gritty of what good DesignOps is. From the future of design system documentation to design tokens to design pairing, season two is going to tool you up and get you shipshape. Season Two Episode One will be released at 05:00 GMT …
 
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