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"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Hey willie. I don't know about you but i feel relaxed. Energized ready to go right that randy. Just got back from a fantastic break. We actually spent a couple of days together. In scotland the touring festival which i found really inspiring and then i went off to a music festival where i actually ran into one of our former guests now. Netflix and we also recorded To next week guest while we were in ediborah but as we took last month off maybe we should re angie's ourselves. That's a very good idea. Okay hi welcome to the product experience. Podcast i'm randy silver and i'm currently working as a product consultant trainer and i'm lily smith the product directa simek and each week. We took someone from the product community about something interesting that they've seen odin so that we can all get better at our practice. And did you realize that. This is a thirty episode. I did happy thirty. Boo and our guest. Today is when. I'm really excited about. We've got philip penalties from cook ped- joining us today to talk about rapid experimentation and how they've transformed the way their entire product team worked together and what we've talked to a lot of the big names in our community. It's people like this. You know people who have a great story but haven't really broadcaster beyond their local product tank. Those are the people. I really really love to chat with definitely and fed organizes product. Tight with me in bristow and help me get at camp in both off the ground this year. But we're not everyone at so plead suggest guests to us from your community. We love to hear from me. The links in our twitter bio where at mt p. pod and also asked mind the product dot com slash the hyphen product hyphen experience. And we've got to treat few today. We've got our chat with philip but also new altro woohoo stick around to give it a listen but for now on with the welcome to the product experience podcast. It's really nice to have a meal and We spent a lot of time together whacking on product. Thank and bristow but quite often. We don't actually get chance to just sit down and catch up or like talk to each other because we just always organizing product tank. So it'd be great to actually find out more about what you've been up to cook pets anyway and have a chat about that on the on the poco Festival before we get into doing right now tell us a bit about how you go into management. Yes oh that's an interesting. One actually graduated to university with a chemical engineering monsters and basically. If you're a chemical engineer you pretty much going. To one of three industries you go healthcare old feed manufacturing. And so i graduate university and then sort of so what was out there in the job market and realized that none of these companies that are in these three industries russia. Going to change the world will actually solve the problems within those industries Around the sort of time that companies started to come to the full that would technology companies in those industries. So for example testa Came into the energy industry that it's into healthcare and i was never really interested in Manufacturer so i basically decided to start. The talent chemical engineering and get myself into technology. So then what to the startup. Incubator university graduated from then that gave me time to work combining product and sort of threw myself in the deep end by salting. Somebody up myself. And i guess that's how it started and played with a low of lego as kids probably helped as well. What was it that you started. So it's time for the company that was social marketplace for small boutique businesses. So the idea is essentially. It was around the sort of tying that shock. Viable wasn't available on the market and smokey takes struggling to get online and then there was this kind of growing make movement product stuck at sea coming out and it was essentially that sort of idea of creating a marketplace move batiks but largely places with physical stores as well so we were trying to bring online flying into into place. I've heard the worst possible word for that was little fidget. Nice physical and digital is a terrible word fidget. Oh okay oh i it meant light. People just fidgeting around with things you kind of naturally gravitate towards the product roll band within an and kind of know about product management. How did you learn about his role. Yes so i think again probably a bit by accident. My brother is a software engineer by trade. He covered that side of things and he was going through. Found is then i basically he. He's a bit of towel so what used to happen is he. He teed wackle night and the thing that we've been working on the before then. I'd wake up and i basically have a of products and then spend the morning sort of working out what to do next. And then he wakes up at lunchtime and build the next version of it and then we kind of cyclotron say policy to his sleeping patterns. But i think will something that i've probably gravitated to already enjoyed talking to the people using the products in the people were trying to market to you. So that's probably how it will visit in in terms of how i heard about that. Just may be reading. Guess books not sort the thing that you got your first kind of foray into racket. Prototyping like annual fast role as product pass and then start in the defames also reputation. Anyway they tell us a bit about what you're doing now happen and then you know we can talk to you about so you'll Typing process that tennis about will added about is a company that's been around full twenty years. originated in japan and the company was set out to basically solve problems in the world around food and cooking and eating and in japan. Where a hassle nine so sort of eighty percents the female population japan used the productivity months. And if you say cook pat in japan you basically here. Yak in is still big in japan Ugo and pads and then a few years ago. The founder basically wanted to take the product concept tens and take the mission global and. he really thinks we're about one percents of the way there in terms of the impact that we need to be having on the world not everybody in the world has to eat and if we change the way that people think about feeder needs to than than we can have an impact on the world say he sentece te'o on on iraqi bicycling around the world. trying can't wait to create the global head coaches and they look to the states and the uk london san francisco accenture and then actually ended up on folkston in bristol in the uk and that office..

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"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Absolutely it is number one first and foremost to be aware and second to start thinking up a plan how going to handle this? That come up at our company. You can't afford as a business to wait for days or weeks to come up with an answer to this, you know social media moves fast. So, sitting around waiting around trying to figure out, what's you know what you WanNa? Do waiting for it to go away I. Think is one of the worst things you can do. The best thing to do is just have have a plan already in place. No, who you on your platform, you don't want on your platform and be able to just come out strong and say no. This is not what we stand for. This is not what we built this business for. You know we're GONNA. Take off. It's really as simple as that. Nanny. It's been sorry. Lovely having you on the podcast today. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having. Well. There's a lot to think about their. Products represented in the world and how we react will find something contrary to our values on the platform. It reminds me of ratio Even when she was talking about the Black Mirror episode, and I realized that we have never taught at least not publicly about us. We have this focused. Yeah, that's a good show. Okay, let's jump into it so when we started, we committed together to. To a couple of things we have a commitment to diversity you know. We wanted to make sure that we had a good mix of voices or wasn't a monoculture, and then gender parody, but also people from outside the US and the UK and different levels of their career, and we're doing pretty good on that. You reminded me that we're right about fifty percent on gender right now. But still a bit heavy on US and UK voices, but next week guest will help on that front and there's still some work for us to do in getting people. In their careers guests, so if you've done a talk at your local bronner tank, or read the great blog post or seen one from someone else. We WanNA. Know we've got a link for guest. Suggestions on our twitter bio where MT P. Pod. It feels like we're doing well on the prince, which was to keep the conversations accessible to everyone regardless of level, and we'd love to know what else you want to learn about so please give us a shout I'm will plan episodes around the topics. You suggest the`mixed. Genuinely thanks to everyone for listening. Thanks that kind enough to send us some. Courage man now and then this poll. Cost is for you, so let us know if we can do something different to make it better. Yes, we love you. People have a great week and see you next time like subscribe and I can't believe he's making me say this. If you're feeling funky than write us a review, it's a Cliche, but it really does make a difference. me, Lily Smith and be rabies over emily takes is our producer and League Smith is editor. Our theme music is from Humber based band POW. That's PA you..

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"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

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"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

14:46 min | 2 years ago

"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Nazi group has been using using your product so it's GonNa take. I think a complete retooling. Maybe a philosophical ossoff matching of how we're going to do business in the future and how we're going to make sure they don't get on in the first place but it's also going to be. We like we have to sit down and make subjective decisions on who were going to allow on our platform who were not going to allow on our platform. There's no lay book for this again. I don't have an answer. I don't want to tell you what to do. I shouldn't tell you what to do. It's not my business. You need to be able to look to your own values values to what kind of brand you wanNA build to decide. WHO GETS TO USE Your Your Business. What you're what you want your business to be known for and then then make your decision just as an example bumble is dating that has a very very clear sense of its values and those values include integrity already equality. There are feminist up the way that they have marketed themselves the way that they want to be seen perceived in the world. This is how they get customers the customers by users air platform and twice now it's happened that users have flagged up once it was. George Zimmerman the a young guy who killed Trayvon Martin and got acquitted so technically. I don't know but George Zimmerman and Jack Pacific he's a white nationalist like all right cool and both times when they were flagged up bumble acted incredibly fast and took them down took those accounts down. They said you know these accounts. The these type of people don't belong on our platform and indicates of George Zimmerman it was not only trayvon Martin but he also has a history of domestic took violence. It doesn't make sense for them to have people who are like obviously publicly known for domestic violence to be on their platform. That's not what their platform stands for doing. Protecting attacking their brand so that you know people especially women their core group user group continues to use their product this is this is a business concession so we took a lot of Improv that you manage the entire user experience from from end to end but a lot of times people are we're working only with a DEV team with a designer copywriter maybe but they're not necessarily working with marketing with support. They don't see this picture sure who else besides bumble who is potentially a good example of a company that seems to to get it and is managing the experience well. I in contrast has done a fantastic job you know they they know what their product is about. They know what they want their users to be doing on their platform and they know what they don't want on their platform. They know what they don't want to be known for and they've been very proactive in taking down anti vaccine misinformation some like bogus medical information that kind of stuff if they had not acted could spread very quickly on their platform in for them it was a decision will that's not what we want people to come here for that's not what pinterest built for so from that perspective like with that clarity that vision they were able to make the decision. Take that stuff down the actually I should be clear. They haven't taken it down. You can still pin it. It just won't be included in their algorithms so it'll never spread byerly the the way that other information could is this something that from. I don't know if you're someone who uses a business model canvas and things like that. We spend a Lotta time defining proactively who our target market is and things like that. Is it a matter of also proactively defining the anti patterns don't want or what kind of content you don't want yeah. I think that there is a space being created for that now. I can't say I know exactly how yet I think for the first time businesses that have things like mission statements and values statements which you know we just throw up on their website and forgot about. They're going to have to start pulling it out again. I'm looking at it and really deciding whether they're going to stand by that because you know groups like is we come around and we say you know we. I go to their websites and I look get their value statements and that's what we use. When we talk to businesses we hold up this mirror to them and we say you talk about. Here's your code of conduct. You claim to to be for integrity equality now like you're. You're very strong anti harassment policy. Why would you be funding or monetize ing or enabling a user like this orne individual like this when it's so clear this is what they're doing if it's not okay in your business within your business internally. How are you okay with enabling it externally in the world and they're going to have to start revisiting that stuff because that's again. That's sort of like our. Mo Not to give away too much but that's what we that's what we do. You know. It's it's. It's stuff that you've been saying that you've been using in your marketing and talking about like this is what makes our companies special more. Just putting up a mirror your to your own values and asking you okay then go ahead and stand for it. Here's your opportunity seems like there's an opportunity if full unit as is this a trend with neo customer products so yeah perhaps says an opportunity for platform which enables your business to autumn wipeout any kind of support the hate groups Baio Platform. Oh yeah well I mean. These guys are extremely persistence. There's a reason they keep coming back to platforms like pay pal strike all they create a new account and they they're back in and as far as pay pal knows you know. I think the KKK under there sort of like purpose. They're you know what they do like that. Little feel that says you know what our businesses in what. I am who I am was donation blessing for the 'cause like I I've seen I think Alex Jones site that has a pay pal out link to it saying I provide web design services like they keep coming back and they know how to play the stem because right now the the system wants wants them in there. It's easier to keep them in there. It's very very difficult to moderate at sort of unlimited at scale system so it's easier easier for everyone involved to just let e group of volunteers do that work for them. That's where we're at right now. And that's what I would like to see change because at the very very least what I wanna what I WANNA do is is push the problem back to brands and back to tech platforms that they take their own business problem seriously so that we don't don't have to do it for them. Yeah and it's interesting as well because with social media in a you can crowd socio editorialize allies ation of the of the platform if you like with people flagging up inappropriate contents but if you're not that way inclined you're not going to click on something which seems offensive to then discover what tolls using and how can I highlight this is this is a message now full so if you see something offensive click on it and see what they are actually using and then highlight that yeah and let the company's no and frankly it'd be public about it because if it wasn't for groups like is for individuals letter during this work people wouldn't know and again businesses aren't interested in acting shall shall we see we try to keep this as public as possible because we also want other platforms smaller platforms to be thinking about this as well. We want this to be on their radar in a way that hasn't been for has been everyone's radar but you know facebook and Google haven't responded. It's it's almost a problem. That's that's so out of control. You'd have to go all the way back to square one to to start taking care of it. one thing that really really upsets me is to see the enormity of what we're dealing with is there's as a journalist named. Carlos Maza he is a he was a journalist box on he would make little explainer videos kind of explaining current event issues and things like that and he announced on twitter back in. I think June saying that you know ever since he took on this job he's been bleeding harassed online by a guy on youtube named Steven crowder Steven crowder would make these like homophobic racist ethnic slurs against him and he would end up being you know seeing a wall of harassment hatred on his instagram and twitter profiles like on a daily basis and he he brought attention engine to this and said you know Youtube has a acceptable use policy dot should ban the sky from having channel but instead. He's being monetize. He's he's being amplified by this platform and this thing went violet was drink pride months you know and Youtube which had invested I don't know how much money and how much effort for into changing everything to rainbows on all their social media and you know sponsoring all these pride events and whatever they were faced with a very very very substantial problem like very basic question are we going to continue allowing this gay guy to be harassed just for being gay like that should be an easy answer right no down but they didn't they couldn't even come up with a straight answer they went doc on it like twice and then they came back and they were facing a ton of PR rusher in the came back and said okay. WE'RE GONNA keep it up but we're going to D- monetize it okay. We're not GONNA make any money off of Steven crowder. Steven crowder's not gonNA make any money off of youtube account. We're not GONNA make any money off a video but it turns out that Steven crowder doesn't make money on Youtube. He makes the bulk of his money. Selling merch that March is sold by shellfire on one of the teachers he was selling was Carlos. Maza is a F- word T. Shirt and shoplift is taking a cut of it. He's taking a cut of it. I mean look at this system. That's play yeah yeah and that got sure has come down now shop if I won't sell it anymore so they took it down but if you Google and I did also for for my presentation I discovered a lot just doing research for it. If you Google Carlos Maza t-shirt you'll have dozens of sellers selling that exact t-shirt who will take the cost of it. You must have the weirdest searches I do. It's unless aw is kind of it's kind of depressing but I'm really glad that you guys are out there holding these businesses accountable unflagging this stuff up and I know I will surely be much more aware of it as I'm traveling around on the Internet looking at things and tagging you in twitter tweets when appropriate so for anyone who wants to get involved. It sounds like there's two different with zoo. One is to get involved with sleeping giants directly. That's a matter matter of just a visiting twitter and you've posted some instructions on how to do this in a way that is respectful and just bring awareness rather than bring them to task so that they can confront them with their own values but the other is It sounds like just being aware and proactively questioning around your own company. Is this what we want to do. I have we thought about this. Have we taken the appropriate steps to protect ourselves from a brand reputation nations. This is something that we truly don't want to embroiled with. Is that the key messages for people yeah absolutely it is number one first and foremost to be aware the second to start thinking up a plan. How are we going to handle this issue. Should it come up at our company. You can't afford as a business to wait for days days or weeks to come up with an answer to this. You know social media moves fast so sitting around waiting around trying to figure out what you know what you WANNA do waiting for it to maybe go away. I think one of the worst things you can do. The best thing to do is have a plan already in place. No who you on your platform you don't want on your thought form and be able to just come out strong and say no. This is not what we stand for. This is not what we built this business for. You know we're gonNA take them off. It's really as simple as denny. It's been sorry lovely having you on the podcast today. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having well. There's a lot to think about their. You know how our products are represented in the world. How we react will find something contrary to our values on the platform it reminds me of ratio when she was talking about the Black Mirror absolute and I realized that we have never taught at least not publicly about values. We have for this podcast yeah. That's a good show. Oh okay. Let's jump into it. So when we started we committed together to a couple of things we have a commitment to diversity you know we wanted to make sure that we had a good mix of voices wasn't a monoculture and gender parody but also people from outside the US in UK and at different levels of their career and we're doing pretty good on that you he reminded me that we're right about fifty percent on gender right now and but was still a bit heavy on US and UK voices but next week's guest I will help on that front and there's still some work for us to do and getting people earlier in their careers as guests so if you've done a talk at your local product tank or in the great blog boost were seen one from someone else we WanNa know we've got a wing for guest suggestions on our twitter bio where MT P. Pod but it feels like we're doing well L. on the other Prince Po which was to keep the conversations accessible to everyone regardless of level and we'd love to know what else you want to learn about so please give us a shout and well planned episodes around the topics. You suggest the and the product experience is pot of the mind. The product network a heists me. That's nearly Smith and Randy Selva. Emily taste is our producer and luke. Smith is our editor emily hours loan the we're happy to share luke if you need someone to your own podcast hey you can't him too much. He's my husband..

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The Product Experience

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Let's call it features or product development enhancements or these kind of things and it's really like <hes> things which at linda value to the product so the more you're having off those happy. The people get to linear thing the basic things which are for example if you ask people what their next <hes> mobile phones should be able to do the tend to not say i would. I'd love to make calls. That's <hes> would be a basic functionality so it's so obvious that people somehow stopped talking about it so that's the basic functionality functionality than the delight us which are the ones which really make us happy and we've really are surprised by <hes>. That's cool stuff and then. I don't know how it's called in english. What's the what's it called in english andy. I only remember three buckets. You've got two different keno yeah no model than i did. I describe what it is and we need to look it up. What it's fucked tool the fact that yes we really loved this one so that's the stuff which people which make for example products like an old fart hard product because it's stuff which basis the mandatory noah basics are on the left on the bottom right and on the bottom left. There is the <unk> stuff you should not build because it even less attractive for example all old technology stuff often these kind of things so it's even worse and stuff. Nobody talks about linear factors is the more you get. That's the stuff car. Companies venise tend to make you buy so it's it's too nice assistance system these kind of things so that's linear functionalities okay okay yes. I wasn't using the four quadrant model things that make people in different is an english okay you see yeah <hes> and then delight us at cherry to the cake. That's the kano model yeah and the thing is you can put features into this buckets by <hes> creating survey and even if you don't like to survey the model helps a lot for thinking about your next release because one good tip is like aac obviously you should have all the basics inside of your product release and then some linear functionalities not all of the stuff in your backup just some mm-hmm and one delight us usually enough because the one the letter makes the marketing <hes> marketing go woo we can work with this one and so don't do too many letters for every release. It's one is enough marketing. What would this one and then at some linear things and obviously all the basics great that sounds pretty useful as it is show have to the pipe now. I've read about before so i cool you when you end for me. Oh it's definitely good when <hes> is there anything else. We want to talk about on this. Is there anything what's the one takeaway that you would really want someone to get from from your talk. He had a one takeaways. Just go back to work tomorrow and think about if you spending i'm too many hours inside of your company's on pretending to appear cool to other colleagues other departments your management or even your customer and then tried to cut a bit of this time down and use it for more user research and more human human-to-human yeah into action so product manager to user but on human to human basis that will be my famous miss last takeaway main takeaway main takeaway. If you want to get your hands on some petras coaching cards. We've put the link in the show notes. It's an icon highly. Recommend them next week. We're talking to bruce mccarthy author of the book on road maps. We caught up with his last year the leadership events in london and if if you miss london last year the leadership forum is coming to hamburg in may as well yet. It's pot of the m._v._p. Engaged conference in hamburg say check out the lineup looks great and end racist. <unk> todd is running workshop on right mapping and there's a couple of other great headliners that have been announced including the global v._p. Of product management from farfetched and the director of the newmar turner was school in new york and that's all from us this week. If you have more questions about this episode please tweet us at mt p. pod and subscribed so you don't miss bruce next. We'd love to know what you think. Please tweet us at mt p. Pod product experiences part of the mind the product network check out your local product tank today. Find it at mind.

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"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mt p. pod" Discussed on The Product Experience

"For man Bristow J leat is a product in new x consultant in has a huge amounts of experience developing great easier experiences. That's right. We talked to him about the difference between buying a free gym buying a washing machine and how to get good work out the door. Exactly. Join us next week. And if you enjoyed this episode, please like subscribe in share with your federal product people. We'd love to know what you think. Please tweet us at Mt. P pod, the product experiences, part of the mind the product network. Check out your local product tank today. Find it at mind, the product dot com slash product tank and his global product tight manager, Marc Abraham to tell us more about what product tank is product is a global community of metex in over one hundred fifty five cities across the world's driven by and for product managers, whether you have group discussion, or you're listening to speakers whole ideas. Great safe environment for productivity to come together to share that. Learnings and tips. Have you seen a great talk nominative future? Guests on the podcast channel on the Monday product slack, you can find that mind the product dot slack dot com. If you want. To learn more about product management, take look mind the product dot com slash training. See what causes our native imitators our executive producer or theme music comes from the German, Ben pal featuring Arnie killer of productivity Humbert, and that skit by from random daily. See you next time..

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