21 Burst results for "senior product manager"

Julie Maas, Senior Product Manager for Voice and Multi-Modal Sensemaking Products and Tools for Intel Corporation

The VoiceFirst Roundtable

05:42 min | 5 months ago

Julie Maas, Senior Product Manager for Voice and Multi-Modal Sensemaking Products and Tools for Intel Corporation

"People think Intel you know they might think bub-bubba up you know or you know silicon bunch of silicon rolling off manufacturing Share with us. How Intel thinks about voice? Now you were in attendance of project voice and that was great. We appreciate you being part of that. sure what this how. Intel thinks about Voice Technology. You know until it's not like Intel's produced its own smart speaker You know but Intel is watching this technology closely walk us through a little bit on on your perspective and Intel's perspective on on how all of this has Emerged yeah So I I mean until has had a presence in in smart home And and Smart Automotive Representations over time As we look at the the continued kind of maturity of the markets and the the growth Alongside of our partners. We focused a lot on the broader kind of system Enterprise and commercial deployments that we believe will be A large part of the growth in in Boyce Over the next couple of years so really focused on some of our Our big opportunities within our not verticals on from retail hospitality National Services Education As well as healthcare And recognizing and hearing regularly from our customers as we look at the The opportunity across artificial intelligence For growing demand in in voice As well and I would say that the other The other layer That were really attuned to is The growth in multi-modality in the bridging of vision and voice You know we see that In in some Just incredible Consumer domain areas right now With with the ECHO. Show with you know. Some of the the voice ops That include more of the visual interaction. No that that's going to be an area where we just continue to see. Incredible Innovation But you know we also know that that will. Those sorts of usages will be moving Very quickly into commercial enterprise as well and A good deal. But we're focusing on in terms of the the System workloads that we will be looking to help our customer support the school. Yeah so and you're right it it. It's touching everything at this point every every sector you know this year. There's a lot to be excited about. I think specifically in the enterprise. And we've seen the on bringing conversational eight I into the enterprise with things just basic stuff flight. Turn on the lights like smart home stuff but in the office type stuff and then we have seen a little bit of experimentation primarily Google into okay. What can we do with email? Maybe bring ai into into e mail a little bit But I think there's a lot more we're GONNA see this year with that. Could you share any particular? Use Case that you've seen a customer think about her take on In involving bringing a Oriented in machine learning oriented approaches into the enterprise. You know what what excites you? The most about what you're seeing play out specifically with you know corporate culture in the enterprise so at a couple of I you know I think that in the retail areas Some of the the work that were Seen scale with regard to kiosks That maybe traditionally wore more of a visual kind of display Orientation whereas you had voice capabilities into that kind of mechanism You you get just a an increase in terms of the the customer experience and the level of engagement From from that sort of Foreign factor and that kind of interaction Where we're really excited about some of the advances that are happening within the Smart Media Brim context From a collaboration and productivity standpoint When we start to to layer in transcription and the ability to do everything from Provide coaching within the context of a meeting and create greater efficiency and effectiveness for For people Within within the the day to day. Collaboration Some of those things are really exciting. And and we We are particularly interested in in sort of the voice and vision or display oriented Approach that were Watching expand quite rapidly supposedly a couple of

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The many ways professional organizations help product managers  with Mark Adkins

The Everyday Innovator Podcast

09:32 min | 7 months ago

The many ways professional organizations help product managers with Mark Adkins

"How pita evolving to keep up with the Times. So it's funny because the one thing I in kind of full disclosure sure is I have two sons I four children. Two sons oser product managers. Not that I made them do that. Once a senior product manager at Google the other one is a product manager for ten cents the Chinese company that owns we chat but they also own riot games. James and he's part of the League of legends brand so I have these two sons who think they invented product management right. No no no no. Oh No it's been around a long time. I can't remember. I don't know who to ascribe it to a friend once called it the accidental profession. That's right and I. I've always loved that term. Although it's changing right I think that's what we'll talk more today about it. It really is a legitimate profession Russian. If you will but twenty thirty years ago it was you're tapped on the shoulder you know you're working at a company and you have an engineering degree or Marketing degree or finance degree. Somebody says hey. Atkins I want you to Ron product development in like what really and boom you're a product manager and that's part of again my history with PD was when I was tapped to run a product development program. I'm like who do I return to. How do I learn it is a profession? How do I become better at it? And that's where we are today. The role of product manager product owner her and so on his exploded and I think pedia may as well position to be the keeper that Professional Association for for this community. Because the other thing I would like to add is product. Managers are in corporations. Say We're practitioners but we have a great great history with academics. We welcome service providers so one of the very unique things about PD. Ama Professional Association is we include the entire our community so it it yes. It's people incorporations is people in startups doing product development. But it's the academic people that give us the foundation that we need to be he great at innovation and it's the service providers market research companies. The the design firms that are instrumental in doing great product Komo. Yeah I think that that Nicks is really key to PD me. And what I find so appealing about it and I was having a discussion with someone. This wonderful experience. I got to train in their product managers in this large organization and the guy that brought me and it was senior director of product management for them and he was talking about what we did for the training raining. My group is all based on. PDA's body of knowledge and put my hands around that. And the reason why I chose that is instrumental in the work that I did that. I successful and it's also grounded in research every what four five years. There's this study that does about what are the best organizations doing in the space. And how does that compare to everyone else and it gives you a real appreciation for what you need to be doing right. The distinction there and his reflection on this. Was You know Chad. Yeah I've done training from all the different organizations right. I've been in product management longtime. I've never seen something that is as wide breath and as integrated as this Body knowledge that covers all the things that you really need to know. So what I'd like to do to build on that there's two elements one is going to be China. Our Program in China is going to be teaching at the University of Pittsburgh Environ January. So let me let me start with my personal program. I teach a course I in the technical title is managing medical device. RND right but I use the PEDIA may body of knowledge approach as my textbook. Because when I looked at what I'm trying to do with these graduate students who are pursuing a master's of science and bioengineering. I I I WANNA give them the full breadth of understanding of what it is to develop new products and the PDA body of knowledge is the guidebook is as a wonderful resource. So I use it personally might textbook as far as China. There's not a better example when you were talking earlier about. PM Am I and project management and Pedia. May We have a wonderful program. I've been twice to China to be representing Pedia. May It was is our former chair. Alan Anderson it really got the program going and we are certifying thousands of Chinese folks who have a PM so they were project managers but now literally the government of China wants to move up the value you chain. They WANNA be innovators. They don't WANNA be simply low. Cost manufacturing companies in a country. That just can only make cheap product. They want want to innovate and so they've turned -pedia may as their partner in developing a certification program. So if you WANNA be a product manager in China China you need to get your n. p. which is our revocation and we have literally trained thousands and thousands of Chinese and it grows every a year so I think it's a wonderful example of this differentiation and the move up if you WANNA call it. The value chain from project management into product management innovation. And we're doing it in China in spades. I think it's really interesting. How PD may is in? A sense has always been international nationalization but exporting what has been known as the US has capability dominance in product management to other places and China paid attention to that right an open the doors to this just as they did two PM. I sometimes goes well. Can I also add the global nature on our former tair. He's a key week he's from New Zealand. So for the last three years our chairpersons been the New Zealander so I agreed read the PDF roots are in the US but it would be complete underestimation of us to think of us as a US only organization. Yeah I I do. Think the recognized dominance in at least the area of product management has been kind of US base. Because when I talked to other people in other countries they talk about well. You guys have so much experience in that. How do we get that experience to? And this is one way. And that's awfully kind of a wakeup call. I think for product managers. If you're listening to this now certification. Should I think historically has not made a big difference in our industry frankly. I very rarely see job. Announcement saying some kind of certification is desired but if if we have thousands and thousands every year of product managers in China getting certified. It's going to start making more of a difference and it's something just to look into frankly clearly the value to me. The value of many people that have helped train for specifically for the certification isn't really getting that certification right. It's not the piece. The papers not magical but learning that body of knowledge learning the framework man if there was big light bulb moments. That went off for me as I was doing that personally. And I had the pleasure of helping to co train on that body of knowledge at last year's conference of you and I were that and I assured just my journey with that too and said when I learned about this. That was huge. I suddenly put together the pieces that I've been doing for the last ten years that I didn't really know how they fit and there were other people in the room that came up to me afterwards and said you know. lightbulbs would offer me too during the training today that I never made these connections before it was just really powerful. Really good so let's talk about the benefits associated associated with a so if people want to check out the professional organization lots of free resources available and of course it is a professional association. If you're a paid member when you get access to other things to just what's involved in those benefits I really WanNa go instead of going down into the dark details of everything everything when I reflect on my time with. PDA In this recently yesterday. On a link to impose it's been a couple apple decades of meeting fantastic people so whether you volunteer for DNA or you're just see participating or online or as part of a chapter after I can guarantee you're going to meet some of the smartest most interesting most dedicated people you'll ever meet you'll meet them through pedia and that's pretty priceless kidding. It's very priceless. And then the second thing is what you learn right. Yeah so like to your point about body of knowledge right. I tap on the shoulder twenty years ago. It's like you're in charge of product development. Oh man what does that mean. And the ability to go to the website the body of knowledge all of the books we published all the webcast we do. There's so much you can learn is part of PDA so rather than going down into the weeds of benefits in listing a dozen. You'RE GONNA meet great people and you'RE GONNA learn a lot. Just become become part of our community and I can guarantee those benefits you'll get

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Tips for Building a Compelling Product Vision by Amazon Sr Product Manager

The Product Podcast

06:59 min | 7 months ago

Tips for Building a Compelling Product Vision by Amazon Sr Product Manager

"So tonight I want to tell you how to create a compelling product vision and a little bit about myself. I'm a senior product manager at Amazon I am the The technical variant. That just means I. I don't code every day. I like coating sometimes but I typically work on a more technical product so for me that includes is a lot of real time systems that includes machine learning that includes a lot of algorithms and data science And also thinking about technology patterns that would scale across the world across a variety of features. So that's me. I also worked at Microsoft before I worked on a thing called Hololens. It's like an augmented reality helmet that you put on your head kind of cool but I was very something. Different and customer reviews is all me now all right. Let's get right into it. I can guess actually which product is reviewed. Right here has forty two thousand reviews and he guesses no not me I hope by rating is that good but any idea what this is saying. It's the echoed dot actually and it is one of the most reviewed but not the most reviewed brock on Amazon so yeah and pretty good star rating all right so this is what I'm talking about. Today I broke it down to five topics. So here's we're GONNA do. Why chose this topic? This one's a little bit Near and dear to me as well L. Among the many other topics I chose. I WanNa talk about what it means to be a visionary There's this mean about what it means to be a visionary that I just I wanNA on a day so I wanNA talk a little bit about that I'm GonNa talk more specifically about how you create a compelling productijn and what that looks like in a very step by step process us in a talk about how to communicate your productijn which a lot of people forget about but it's actually really important. That product vision is worth nothing. If it's only in your head talk about communication and I'm also GONNA talk about how to make it a reality I'm GONNA spend a little bit less time on that because today is all about the vision but if you can't execute get your product vision you know you're not going to go anywhere alrighty. Let's do it why I chose this topic so last winter I met with one of my peers at work and and I'm gonNA keep them anonymously. I've been really tough day. And I said Hey will accumulate a coffee talk about something and I could tell something was wrong because I like didn't look very happy And you know maybe their dog died you know. Maybe they had a tough conversation with their manager. I really don't know but I need to talk. And we went to starbucks blow my building and and this is what she said to me not the exact words but basically this she said. I can't come up with any good ideas from my product. I'm not a visionary and I'm not creative how do you come up with their product vision. I feel like giving up as a product manager every day because of this and I didn't really know what to say to that actually I it took me a while to think of like. How do I actually do that? Like I knew in my head how I did it but I had a tough time really describing her in that that moment so I decided to talk today because of that conversation that I had and I realized that my own career. I wish someone had given this talk to me before I started because I made a lot of the mistakes That many people make when creating PROC vision and these are. This is a struggle. I think many product managers go through in in their career. And I WANNA help everyone here or who watches online or or anyone who gets exposure to this in some way Not have to feel like this. You know being tears feel like they can't be a product manager So here's why here When I worked at Microsoft this is the new hot thing And just to put it really simply. Here's how you might think about growth mindset with respect to a product vision the fixed mindset and the other hand is like I'm born with this ability or or you know I I can't learn you know I'm stuck. I'm not creative. I'm not a visionary. I'm not going to be able to come with the right ideas to leave that to someone else That is the mindset that my friend had when she came to me at starbucks and told me that she couldn't be product manager and I think a lot of people in here like to say that they don't have that mindset and you may have a growth mindset in other areas of your career but when it comes to being a visionary I find that many many people actually have this mindset and they may not realize it I say you know what I'm not a visionary. I'M NOT GOING TO BE Steve Jobs. I'm not going to be on And it's good to check accu self and say do I think that way. Or do I think I have the potential to be a visionary on the other hand we have the growth mindset and you can guess it's the opposite of the fix mindset. Basically you believe that you can overcome any challenge by working at it the potential to do something not something. You're born with the F. to stick with it work at it and then you can choose whatever you want So growth mindset is a is a great way to think about any problem in your career but for being a visionary. I think there's a really important concepts concepts and you should check yourself and say which. which viewpoint do I have And I think of you are here at this talk today. I hope you have the second one. The growth mindset. Because you're the first I want I'm not going to be able to help you honestly So please think about what it means to have. A growth mindset. Does anyone you know. Put on their Lincoln their thought leader. Did anyone give a huge talk. About what their their next big idea was. Anyone might be an aspiring visionary. Nobody okay I expected zero for that one too. Oh Yeah so not. Many people describe themselves as a visionary I think are some very good reasons for that and part of that is because a lot of who who we think is a visionary are people like this so i WanNa know all six people here. I'M GONNA get zero people now six but some people might know five life. These are some things that I hear a lot about what a visionary is and I would say. They're all wrong so one of them. I'm is that I can't say visionary 'cause I just don't have those crazy ideas. I don't know the Moonshot. I'm not making flying skateboards or self driving cars And there's this out there that in order to be a visionary you have to have these wild outlandish ideas and you have to go on a long walk on the weekend by herself and come home and have his is magical idea that you've come up with And we just keep perpetuating that music over and over again but in reality like coming up with the vision really doesn't work that way. Another one is that visionary seemed to know everything about the future you know they know it'll happen and one hundred years from now fifty years from now even ten years from now and the reality is is that humans are really really bad at making predictions about the future So most successful visionaries aren't actually that good at predicting the future future because nobody is So if you thought. That's a visionary. was I encourage you to check that one out And reconsider

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"senior product manager" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

11:38 min | 8 months ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"If you already have an APP you can now add voice to it. James Shelbourne Auburn. The Senior Product Manager for Allen Discusses. How the company came about how they're helping a particular industry save time and money by simply adding a voice option to their existing internal APPS APPS and how developers can start using Alan now to add voice to any APP? Hi inside voice podcast listeners. This is your co host Kerrie Roberts and today my guess is is James Shelburne. The senior product manager for Allen the platform that makes it easy to add context based conversational voice assistance to your application welcomed James. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me Jerry. Happy to be here. So let's start off with the history of this company. The founders and the company name Allen. Come from a very interesting place. Can you tell us a little bit more about it. Yes so our company is named after Alan Turing. He's the famous computer. Scientists who deciphered be `nigma machine in World War Two you know helped get victory for the allies and he asks the question can machines think and so we're kind of rephrasing phrasing not into Kenya application thing and that's the whole premise. Alan in adding intelligence to existing applications with voice so our founders founders are Ramaphosa Kara and Andre Riot and Ramu previously. You know his Oracle veteran you are on the parallel survey were there and he founded Dan. The company quick which was the first version was during the first version of video streaming on mobile devices. It's kind of before the iphone in facetime. So that company ended up being acquired by skype and Andre. Ri- other co-founder Work John. That was him in he. He's the one who built a lot of the video streaming components of it so he also worked at the Russian social network classic. And he's the real genius behind our technology wonderful now. Can you tell us a little bit about why you think boys can improve the experience of existing applications that are are out there. Yes so voice in existing applications. It's taking all of the functionality that they have and making it available at any he time from any different screen so not all mobile. Applications are easy to use as instagram. Day Are GonNA especially in enterprise. They're packed with functionality and Plexiglas a lot of screens a lot of tapping and touching typing on the mobile phone. It's just kind of in general hard to do. And so is unlocking the power of those applications by letting anyone just be able to talk to them to get work done to access functions while they're driving rather than have to touch the screen it can just talk to it and the screen is providing a visual feedback so they can easily continue it conversation there in what we'd seen in kind of existing voice ecosystem with Google home device Amazon exit vices day at least the version one. They didn't have of the screen. There is not the later came out with a show and the Google Hav and with the initial devices no screen. The user has to memorize what to say in what what to do. And it's hard to kind of keep up with it and it doesn't necessarily memorize the context or understand the context of the user so with voice and within existing existing applications. The user has some idea already of what the application does they can see on the screen. This was visual feedback. And that's why voice experience a mobile when it's supported by those existing functions is just a much better way to interact and enterprise which were primarily focused on the a user's there have very defined or close that they have to complete in so at every step. They're talking to talking back. It's a conversation and they're able to see. Alan is able to understand the visual context of the user and then we also kind of maintain the dialogue on deck. So it's a much richer experience appearance in you. Give some examples of how adding boys to APPS can help internal teams and how it's helped your clients maybe share with us some stories or some data that you we have. Yeah so it starts with the problem for Mobile Workers Right. People are not working at a desk and mobile employees and day use sneeze enterprise applications to do their work but actually there's a big adoption problem there. Where as mentioned before they're hard to use so they ended ended up just not being used in general and so the other problem there is? These mobile employees are also operating equipment. They have gloves on or they're driving living in can't easily just access application to get there. Were done with Dutch type. So voice for them is making them productive and and letting them easily just talk to the application in what we're seeing specifically in oil and gas is that workers are driving from place to place on an oilfield oilfield and they're now able to just you know. Get Information. Complete work with voice with deployments with Murphy. Oil All in Arkansas Louisiana and Texas and for them it's just made a big difference there and then also because they are entering the information on mobile rather than waiting to get back to their desks. They're entering the information at a much higher cadence in operational view. It's making sure that the the most accurate data is always in the system. Problems now also occurred there where they just write scribble note and then they take it back their desk and interested information at least two inaccuracies and human error is one of the biggest problems for these oil and gas operators. It leads to downtime which is a huge cost is for them then in other situations for field maintenance what we're seeing is that there's some turnover and what voices is doing. Some turnover in terms of employees voices. Doing for them is helping them train their employees while their employees are out in the field. And don't don't necessarily have it's era able to go through huge offering rating manual or something that they can just ask the question to trouble shoot problems and and voice will guide them as to what to do and take them through the steps to find a solution. So that's the second thing. The third thing is that the productivity that they're getting as I mentioned it's helping them at our operational levels see all issues as they come up rather than having to wait or workers the EVAC their deaths or having this problem deduction yeah and your website shows some really good videos of how Allen Alan works so I encourage people to check it out because I think it's really helpful to see and one of the things I liked that your application does. Your Voice thing is that it will recognize. I A certain words. You had an example on your website that clients name was bird and so it starts to understand that. That is the client's name when you say give me information on bird versus is the word birds the animals so I think that that's really neat. that it really is learning and improving or the needs of the company. That's using it. That's right yeah so what Alan is doing kind of behind the scenes is when a developer integrates Allen to their application. It's automatically learning all of this. You know all the different words and terminology this entire words set of that application automatically and cutting into its own unique machine learning model so understand in advance with users users going to say and then as I mentioned before it's maintaining the visual context of the user so it understands what the user is seeing on your screen all the words words there and saying okay on this screen the users more likely to ask this question and then it's also not only that visual context but the dialogue walk context of what they said last it can predict what they're more likely to say next and part of our key. Ip is that it's able to handle these complex complex words in product names often times especially in enterprises product names include words and numbers for example like easier zero seven being very hard for some other system to be able to understand that but as I mentioned that's unique Ip and we're able to understand that as well as handle different accents instead of people especially in fields right Louisiana Texas not close easy to handle and our into that as well yeah. I think it's great that you guys have really. I found a very specific niche within this space now. Roi As usual is the most ask question. Business as a whole. But certainly in terms of voice. Tech- doc how do you quantify the Roi Voice Experiences in enterprise APPS. Yes so it starts with the individual worker with voice in saving men. Oh you know several minutes to kind of an hour a day in terms of completing their workflows rather than tied going back to their desks to complete something that can just do it while the application sitting next to them in her working so when you multiply that across hundreds of workers to thousands of workers is huge are alive at scale and and voices just an efficient way of collecting information and as we touched on earlier the cadence at which people can employees in enter enter data accurately it leads to this kind of compounding effect on the operational side where managers are seeing most up to date information and and that is saving them from having to do this downtime maintenance so in oil and gas it costs them roughly forty two million dollars a year or downtime and that translates to one hundred twenty thousand dollars a day so with this information being updated constantly into their system. Just because you know that's from making it easier for the end user. They're saving that money there so for a typical operation del Recoup Recoup. You know they'll see some. Roi from voice within one month of being implemented yet which is great. How do you recommend that developers? Here's our companies. Bring a voice assistant to their mobile and Web APPs that they already have their some steps that you recommend they take nurse some technologies out there is little but fragment did in this sense the developers will be only getting one piece of what they need to build a complete solution for their existing APPs with voice. Allen is is really the only thing out there now that offers complete solution complete package to build deploy voice also tested debugged just quickly really interested on the experience later so some specific steps. I'd recommend going to our website checking out. And they can sign up for our service STU Allan Studio and so on studio is it's a voice code editor where developers can not only define commands and MM sponsors for their application but they can do with an unlimited flexibility. The voice experiences there are written in Java script so it's really disguise is limited in terms of what can be built and then also it provides this visual aspect where developers can connect the voice experience individuals on the screen so when the user wants to enter some information.

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How Alan AI Gives Enterprise Apps a Voice

Inside VOICE

03:41 min | 8 months ago

How Alan AI Gives Enterprise Apps a Voice

"Today my guess is is James Shelburne. The senior product manager for Allen the platform that makes it easy to add context based conversational voice assistance to your application welcomed James. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me Jerry. Happy to be here. So let's start off with the history of this company. The founders and the company name Allen. Come from a very interesting place. Can you tell us a little bit more about it. Yes so our company is named after Alan Turing. He's the famous computer. Scientists who deciphered be `nigma machine in World War Two you know helped get victory for the allies and he asks the question can machines think and so we're kind of rephrasing phrasing not into Kenya application thing and that's the whole premise. Alan in adding intelligence to existing applications with voice so our founders founders are Ramaphosa Kara and Andre Riot and Ramu previously. You know his Oracle veteran you are on the parallel survey were there and he founded Dan. The company quick which was the first version was during the first version of video streaming on mobile devices. It's kind of before the iphone in facetime. So that company ended up being acquired by skype and Andre. Ri- other co-founder Work John. That was him in he. He's the one who built a lot of the video streaming components of it so he also worked at the Russian social network classic. And he's the real genius behind our technology wonderful now. Can you tell us a little bit about why you think boys can improve the experience of existing applications that are are out there. Yes so voice in existing applications. It's taking all of the functionality that they have and making it available at any he time from any different screen so not all mobile. Applications are easy to use as instagram. Day Are GonNA especially in enterprise. They're packed with functionality and Plexiglas a lot of screens a lot of tapping and touching typing on the mobile phone. It's just kind of in general hard to do. And so is unlocking the power of those applications by letting anyone just be able to talk to them to get work done to access functions while they're driving rather than have to touch the screen it can just talk to it and the screen is providing a visual feedback so they can easily continue it conversation there in what we'd seen in kind of existing voice ecosystem with Google home device Amazon exit vices day at least the version one. They didn't have of the screen. There is not the later came out with a show and the Google Hav and with the initial devices no screen. The user has to memorize what to say in what what to do. And it's hard to kind of keep up with it and it doesn't necessarily memorize the context or understand the context of the user so with voice and within existing existing applications. The user has some idea already of what the application does they can see on the screen. This was visual feedback. And that's why voice experience a mobile when it's supported by those existing functions is just a much better way to interact and enterprise which were primarily focused on the a user's there have very defined or close that they have to complete in so at every step. They're talking to talking back. It's a conversation and they're able to see. Alan is able to understand the visual context of the user and then we also kind of maintain the dialogue on deck. So it's a much richer

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"senior product manager" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Your friends at c._b._c. Radio <music> you know last week as i was poking around on twitter. I noticed something that was right in step with what today's episode is all about. It was a tweet from either toss oil former former torontonian now living in new york where he's a senior product manager at buzzfeed twenty nineteen and i hate typing on my phone i avoided if at all possible without even realizing it a hate fighting with autocorrect. I hate the typos. It's like running on ice. I hate the whole experience and i hate that experiences variances the definition of modernity. That's a lot of hate well. I think my complaints are pretty standard. I think it's a very universal thing. Which is you feel like. You're fighting the phone. You want to say one thing and the phone has got its own ideas be spent thirty years learning the difference between it's an is and now we're going to fight the phone on it half the time yeah. Do you ever try work around like speech to text for instance <unk> having come this far. I ju what everyone else. Which is that i model through it you know and i think this is part of the reason that i feel almost surely churlish making this complaint because i'm a member modern society. I use my phone all day long texting texting texting texting tweet far too much for my own good and so it's not like i've obtained from this but i think that there is a sense that if technology is widespread enough and that means it's good enough and and it almost feels a bit ridiculous to complain about it since literally everyone uses this and i'm wondering thumb but it just came to the point where i said you know. Maybe it's not good enough. Constantly surprises me that we are still having these fights with a supercomputer in my pocket so you're making a broader point about technology to who is a dui end up just sort of coping managing because that's what everybody uses even if it's not actually good enough right and it does seem to me that this is a a realm of technology where we've kind of gotten stuck at surprises me that <hes> this is not an area where the more active innovation the the extent which technology and software predictive software is surging ahead and some levels seems out of sync with this extremely pedestrian fight that everybody is fighting on a daily basis especially. We'll betide anyone. Trust us canadian spelling. Yes we're not lead..

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"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"And I want my team to build it or. I wanted to. So the problem company corporation, a Menebhi sometimes teams, the all of the same thing. Sometimes don't wanna build another thing. I'm sorry. The question your thing surreptitious asking where were the situation where my tease might? We wanna do something founded by the main of my team. But there is another team saying they want. Now, I have to hear more about this situation for tuition, it was secure where mine team to something another one or two. I was a situation where my teen didn't work something. And no one else who it was very important. I think eventually people people equal result team building also reported eventually review for goal for recent all for apple. So it needs to build some will have to build Suzuki meal, the situation I have to say author every talking understanding widens our team wanna build something that night amid and trying to these incident eventually depending on the situation of the budget on the cross on the goal on other thing that I have to do, you know, going into range verge sation, then designed give and. And don't overseas financing firemen. I'll go may assuming there is more to it. Let's talk about it. I guess in a few minutes..

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"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Okay. So reaching investing dopey Cowan our my name. Even I and I have to say the funny out, I'm using the same process with these ninety one is that I feel everything we do should be there for every should be there for something or users. So the same process I used to movie where we I'm trying to understand world, Cipro them the user is Dr salt, whatever solving for what are we in one of the judge either or even the big they pro the user facing? And then we go replace features. If you are if you're saying your situation, these friends there's and then have the ice and it reads different situation, and in that case, it's others looming to what users are actually during time. In addition to what the user needs is also what's route to our info for is company, and was will cost us more rights. It's more than benefit costs. Final. That would and. Is it will be don't want to put everyone. I don't wanna go very happy to altuve about it when we're. Starting..

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"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"And your name. And me L seeing what's. Between winning teams one hundred percent of project to team his project, and then helping those I have to say that I always thinking, you're in Heff bet I almost seem work people than a one hundred seventy two the role it's easier because people have more. An mine sent fists in understanding Wilson, why world transit gather winter one hundred seventy but will say that I think even more clearly when you're not because you are one of the league's doing for the others. And then why should we invest in this? This is where the why and also feeling those team, I'm creating and. Thinning on the situation. You could use those different tools thing about five minutes when you're reading for retro do five minutes strength beginning. Right. When you are in it shouldn't be on top of either reading entity that have to be on. And there is important. If you could gets you to nesper Nonni wills will say you are making them pennant. And why you know, if you will and another defect magic blue at the third major will then they want have work when when we will get to this program. Ed money's invested in building teams, and And you you know. know. Right now, if I could be very and for a second if I will be doing vesting buildings at the other ones don't want one I work for is. Right. More success. I. Cheers..

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"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Want to learn more about Sam teeing or a team building. So my personal situation. Sam when by the way, when I managed either by us. Vice them, but I will about one Asian land done. When. What are you do is? I interview again in many people as it can and take some. But I feel it's going to get to know of and in in a way because you don't waste time learning on your own what people because being there and he saw only asset. He will share the problems right up there. So I mean people in sedation itself is sitting remain oats. And I'm on how many formation I have. If it's not information. Sit summarize in kind of like this is the five fifteen that occurred thinking to the people hearing when they have to say once you sweat should be sold for. I this is even louder information to John's like him any servant than she do at trying to find the words that are beat the repeats the most time, and I tried to number you don't give them numbers. And when it comes. The topic's about ten. I'm I'm starting to. Software. Software. Excel. Thirty bits. Yes. Thank you. Or four different between fifteen years. Vers- versus forty five. Five years. Good service twenty five here. Puncher? I find it if they're hundred percent. Easier to get teachers civil. Twenty five percent from each person. They sometimes give all powered other fires. How'd you find the difference?.

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"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"But I know, you know, the all but he's he's about to come to headquarters. Right. But actually, they were not so young. And each each one of them hit forty five it's like a nightmare to. Let me ask before we've been right? So what is just on rebuilding together? And that's the last one I wanted me on communicating even working, and of course, he's important community. Even if you're Decembral, but might make most Mexcian is from global teams. So I wanna few tools that I think will work rates when you were in Salem, also. To me is it we we usually use brought up is beside working springs is Representative do you know, what sexy news? So I just kept you can help people. Hours. What? And one thing that I like if I told just repeating you haven't heard, it's just a something point. Where said this is what one will work, but didn't go swell. And this is one of wanted to do difference for next time. So one thing that I like to is not talking only about what's happened or what we but also have how do we work as a team to make things center for our users? But also for us and a great tool that you can use if you work revolving is a fun fire throat. You can't really see because I also have beleaguered and women road visits. It's just doesn't killing said on my way, you could use Z people can write their notes, and you cannot and they vote and see what are the main point for the team. The second thing is in court. Alright communications some of managers I feel mistaken the. And think each would be Sarp vacation, everyone should talk to me. And I all the other team members where they used to do I record. I know maybe we will screw that. But it will say it's part of a I don't want to be Suzy anything else. But in the current situation where we are today. I would say, sir to communicate more than this and show you why with your team and not the face to face even face to face being, you know, video conferencing, like we need a year, I have friend and the company what they do resent every Thursday five do into the funniness to videoconferencing award right to think about it. Find here and to EMC in the four different funny heads thirteen and tell if the Infosys to get in when I when worker moldy is using slit for a send up, Geno. With the reminder. So if it's at the end of India time, they write what happens to me today. And then you has signed. I this is what happened from the perspective today And on for offer you. useful from -cation. But again, it's not misusing it having people away to a young in their early morning to discuss stuff, which you you can't concentrate the mine. So I know those forty five minutes when five thirty bucks with this is just three might of what we talked about. We started applying either rights when does he is lurking well together begin themselves. Are we all wanna go have fun, and we talk about the comedies functions. Or if you pointed the other way around what are the main defying most before things teams should have in order to successful. And then talked about front Bill tools for easy for measures on any other occupation, actually. And so I know you had some questions along the way, but any other precious you ask. Yes. Right..

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"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Exactly. So not only. Charter time to Seoul. On komen. Perfect. So I can for. Besides we try to sign if decide when I hope you best seek to five upon as be is this great yard older. Leszek here. A team in. This is a great tip. Right. People worked together. Same Congo responsibility is super also that many which other adoptable over to help. People through. So after we talked about were one of the I was a A pipe group. upon. What are the biggest? So we signed up for computer knock with. These actions that you. These it's made you wanna keeps. Thing. That. Everyone wants three the parts. One hundred stations. The test. Roots? Understanding. Thank you want to decided. Right. Oh. So. Threw out more about this. So. -partment who civilian could only talk about the proper Over way. summer. Yeah. It's a big. Working number. And your name. And. Yes. So so both these visions purpose, you don't work towards purpose. The suit. Yes. Thank you. So as you can see many chance, and I don't know what about mantis arts, maybe welfare. Welfare, you're not furniture. So I want often even the great books and now. Best defined this auctions of team and find would never pronounce his paper that he will have to give me Quincy Quincy already. already. I think this is name. That's great. I'm gonna talk about I'm gonna use effingham said just summarize weekly before moving to solution. So the number one or things is trust. And you mentioned the right. So it's among trusted. I trust you to do the job lights. I seen the joy for I'm talking about. Plus when people when they want to share this with one another when they're opened because they know normal screw them up later. Right says this is very base thing. It has to be into beater in order for success. And we'll talk about what he do to me team members feel more trust feel more trust machos. Is your perfect NF being a government mentioning when we will share the slides in older adults and visit about even Fridays. What have to rights, but your joints and to here? When people are not arguing worth Arlene doing. Bishen actually. So we always have different opinions. Right. If you're not shingles, it's means going Talking about about Sono. it. So when we don't see with thirty something little artificial army, everything will, it's agree. But inch eats means that I don't tell you. And. Is worth a slow. To the best after your was only sharing my opinion and be like wanting to share me's, we'll say my mission of Tempio Joe. In. There is not trust honesty here going to lay off mittens in order to get commitment. Whether we need one week narrative Reich, you're talking here about and understanding the goals understanding where we had to this is one. And the second thing is vying. I don't know about you. In the killing mentioned right road miss. It thing. These people anchor for an even if you do in, you know, small start of Audie want seal team in Reese, and and signers and every every person has its subpoenaed. He's opinion but also team goals, and why received these people that are not normal. People are. Guess yet noise is good way describing I heard sixty to get their way into right there. To your way. But they do wanna get roads. And that's another third very thing. In order to get commitment. We have to get everyone to share. And then there's the concerts to name the actually be are. We wanted to or not just for the jaw and just to make it more. Be you know, and I don't care, but he can also be just better running back two generations, e I was so about having very disciplined position known very, no we had our from Swami. And we were to launch was asking you saw things gritty under website. And he said. False showing to me. Oh, I can't show too. But I've done my piece. So that makes ready now what about either guides? And he said, oh, I don't know. I I sick. Did you talk? Exiting. Well, Tennessee's is not France. And this is something. Join us. This is something we're missing today and consists all driving us far away to get results. So we about this budget. If. Here relates to. World where?.

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"senior product manager" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

"Elissa johnson is the senior product manager at adobe systems for their collaboration platform this team is delivering collaboration services that make it easier for adobe creative cloud experience cloud and marketing cloud customers to work together she also leads product management for team projects which enables collaborative editing workflows in adobe premiere pro after fix and adobe media in kotor hello eliza welcome larry to be here how does it dobie define collaboration that's an excellent question so we think about collaboration is really enabling people to be connected to content and activity finding ways for people to work together more effectively well what does the collaboration platform so i do is looking at how we best enable collaboration in many of our products and services and part of that there are a number of underlying things that we need to put in place before that and that is what makes up the clever fund for the phone dacian upon which other tools or built exactly if the technology foundation that we can use to enable collaboration in various kind of products and services across the company important too i think in terms of the big pictures you said because definitely an indication that collaboration is very important to the company is collaboration important because you've been single user for the beginning of time oh absolutely but more and more our customers across many of the different products that do be are trying to get more work out more efficiently and more and more they're trying to do that by working with others and those other people that they may be working with maybe down the hall or they may be across the world and say we're finding that clamp ration is increasingly important even.

Elissa johnson senior product manager adobe
"senior product manager" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"You're listening to the beach taga fee podcast for over forty years being h has been the professional source for photography video audio and more for your favorite gear news and reviews visit us at bien h dot com or download the bien h app to your iphone or android device now here's your host alan white's greetings and welcome to the b nature tiger fee podcast today we have a special episode we are recording live on tape as they say on tv and we are at the depth of field professional portrait wedding and event photography slash video conference which is sponsored by being h with several other vendors here and i'm gonna read off their names we have a dobie leica panasonic pro photo sigma view sonic other companies who are displaying your cannon go docs nikon sony and l g you're going to be speaking to several vendors in not order as we can grab them but at the end of today's we're gonna have a pretty good snapshot of what's happening in the world of wedding and portrait photography as well as some new developments in terms of technology for screens lighting cameras and lenses and that's what this whole show is gonna be about so stay tuned with lindsay silverman who is the senior product manager pro ds elisa nikon inc usa welcome nice to see you again let's see you too nice to be back what coming into the time of year where new toys dot com tomorrow and anything you could tell us about we we can never reveal what's coming out you know i can't do that but i'll tell you some really good rumors.

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"senior product manager" Discussed on Product to Product

Product to Product

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on Product to Product

"That means each episode, we're bringing you product people's real world practical stories of navigating the human related aspects of the product space so tree. Yes jail. When you make a decision are you one of those follow your gut types or do you like to study the situation collect the info and then make decision? And kind of an impulsive person if that's what you're referring to. But how do my bad decisions relate to PM's? Well, this episode is about how product people know which decision is worth fighting for when there are so many options to choose from. How do you make a product confidently to base it on data or your gut? And if you're following your gut, how do you know you can trust it? Okay. But it's a lot of questions jail will ugly. You don't have to answer them because we have not one, but two awesome product people who are well-versed in this topic elect them introduce themselves. I'm Brian Donahue director Bamut intercom I'm shelf. It's Patrick and I'm senior product manager here at income. Okay. Yes. Intercom product team can definitely give you those answers that you're looking for. Yeah. As to people who have helped build intercom from its early days. Brian Michelle had plenty of experience making product decisions based on their gut or what they like to refer to as product Vic Shen roof fancy. I see Latif ninety talks. Brian Michelle about where peons get product conviction from plus they discuss ways that PM's Kim build their own convictions. So that they can make confident gut based decisions in unclear products narrow Latif mention he was wild by this conlow. So I'm super excited for it. So let's pass it over to Brian Michelle and Latif..

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"senior product manager" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

"Thinking visual effects are your products us more in film or more games while our products actually used across all kinds of entertainment expect we were specially popular in the effects we have a software called moto which is very heavily used in games for action three d assets we also have lots of products for design we have a protocol color way which is a fantastic software for designing a different variations of products that end up in the consumer market we also have storyboarding tool called mischief just really great for roughing out stories for goes into the heavy duty visual effect side of things so we have products little bit across the spectrum of not only industries but across the production pipeline math you've been in the affects industry for more than twenty years what do you see when you go to the movies a great question i love obviously playing the games going to movies i'm just fascinated with how what we see on the screen inspires imagination ever since i was seven years old i just wanted to make video games for a living a now having been in the industry for a long time of course you you look at things differently sometimes he noticed the flaws and you notice the things that could be done better but sometimes you just get really impressed by how far the technology's been pushed and just how impressive it is that you can show something so big and so on spiring that was impossible only a year ago so a little bit of seeing how the sausage is made but still very much enjoying a sausages are they better every year a brilliant amalfi matthew where can we go on the web to learn more about foundry your new product thera a thera dot i o that's eight t h e r a it's got all the information for getting started in all what it does that website is h e r a dot co dot com they're dot io and matthaeus role was a senior product manager for foundry map thanks for joining us thanks so much.

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"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

"And then what is kind of shifted in how that would apply with us so maybe some of the folks on the west coast can get connected with the work you're doing here on the mobile app and leverage that absolutely i'll call them up there listening in a huge is this person thinks she is talking about are crappy up like that okay so you're you're doing these game day takeovers your were you writing the content as well i mean just to go back like you know everyone talks now about content marketing in a no that it's not a new strategy but it's definitely it's definitely its own kind of product in people have mobilized more significantly around it but like back then was like well we have a website i guess we need to put stuff on it and then did you also have to do that the times had to write some stories but we thankfully we've been blessed with having sam smith who's a hall of fame basketball writer he's well known in the basketball game he actually wrote the jordan roles which is kind of a very very popular book about the balls in the early nineties and so we were able to get him to be our head writer for the team and he still with us today and he's still writing everything for us not he's been a huge asset for us to have end so how did the role evolve i mean how did you go from web coordinator to senior product manager because i would imagine it's not just about promotions in the traditional sense it seems indicative of any volt understanding of what is product or or how to be product centric within an organization.

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"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

"And then what is kind of shifted in how that would apply with us so maybe some of the folks on the west coast can get connected with the work you're doing here on the mobile app and leverage that absolutely i'll call them up there listening in a huge is this person thinks she is talking about are crappy up like that okay so you're you're doing these game day takeovers your were you writing the content as well i mean just to go back like you know everyone talks now about content marketing in a no that it's not a new strategy but it's definitely it's definitely its own kind of product in people have mobilized more significantly around it but like back then was like well we have a website i guess we need to put stuff on it and then did you also have to do that the times had to write some stories but we thankfully we've been blessed with having sam smith who's a hall of fame basketball writer he's well known in the basketball game he actually wrote the jordan roles which is kind of a very very popular book about the balls in the early nineties and so we were able to get him to be our head writer for the team and he still with us today and he's still writing everything for us not he's been a huge asset for us to have end so how did the role evolve i mean how did you go from web coordinator to senior product manager because i would imagine it's not just about promotions in the traditional sense it seems indicative of any volt understanding of what is product or or how to be product centric within an organization.

sam smith writer coordinator senior product manager basketball
"senior product manager" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on Le Show

"Alexa more hard water please allowing users to turn water on or off measure water quantity and even warm water users can continue working while the faucet seamlessly inaccurately controls water via a wifi connection it in your house why do you need a way for because it has to communicate via lexa which has to go back to amazon which doesn't really have any interest in your data on how much water use they could sell at anybody that would be today's world is more connected and never before that drives a need for products that deliver convenience and connective it he says the senior product manager for delta faucet a gentleman by the name of mike sale essay ellie we don't make him up latest rate him and by we i mean may we're excited says mike sale for voice activation technology to represent the evolution of hands free technology you want hands free faucets don't the get your hand so messed up using faucet it just it spoils it's it's boils the look tom learn look and it represents says mike sale how dull to faucet can exceed customer expectations in the kitchen i'll say exceed by a factor of until now smart faucets if typically come into configurations hands free and digital input delta's new smart faucet bypasses digital input entirely giving consumers a more accurate an integrated option for their water use the new design employees alexis ability to use this is in quotes skills and quote and not not with his eight to control appliances so the faucet is highly flexible and customize 'able for doityourself smart home users who wanna find unique applications for the technology like hacking your neighbors kitchen or bathroom we made their water role wroclaw really hard over there.

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"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

"That are happening throughout the season i'll be all what are you guys do with the corporate spot sponsorship thus segment what do you do with social media what kind of a rate cards are you guys doing for partners to basically these are all things that we all try to help each other route and the nba knows that to succeed all 30 teams need to be working with each other to make sure that they're putting up best product that's out there in doubt in the nba's they support us and everything that we do and with other teams and will converse and talk to each other and be like hey what was this was the site project needed over here that works and they'll send us some ideas out at how that could work with us of them will just kind of shift identify how that would comply with us so maybe some of the folks on the list goes can get connected with the work you are doing here on the mobile app leverage that absolutely absolute i'll call them up this element they're listening in been hit his this person thinks she is talking about our crappy out like that okay so you're you're doing these game day takeovers your were you writing the content is while i mean just to go back like you know everyone talks now boat content marketing and they know that it's not a new strategy but it's definitely it's definitely its own kind of product in people have mobilized a more significantly around it but like back then was like while we have a website i guess we need to put stuff on it and then did you also have to do that there were times where i have the right stories but we off thankfully we've been blessed with avidan sam smack who's a hall of fame basketball writer he's wellknown it in the basketball game he actually wrote the jordan roles which is of kind of a very very popular blog about the balls in the early 90s and knob so we were able to get have to be our head writer for the team he still with us today he still riding everything for us and not he's been a huge asset for us to have an so how did p roll evolve amine how did you go from web coordinator two senior product manager because i i would imagine it's not just about.

social media nba writer coordinator senior product manager basketball
"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"senior product manager" Discussed on 100 PM

"That are happening throughout the season i'll be all what are you guys do with the corporate spot sponsorship thus segment what do you do with social media what kind of a rate cards are you guys doing for partners to basically these are all things that we all try to help each other route and the nba knows that to succeed all 30 teams need to be working with each other to make sure that they're putting up best product that's out there in doubt in the nba's they support us and everything that we do and with other teams and will converse and talk to each other and be like hey what was this was the site project needed over here that works and they'll send us some ideas out at how that could work with us of them will just kind of shift identify how that would comply with us so maybe some of the folks on the list goes can get connected with the work you are doing here on the mobile app leverage that absolutely absolute i'll call them up this element they're listening in been hit his this person thinks she is talking about our crappy out like that okay so you're you're doing these game day takeovers your were you writing the content is while i mean just to go back like you know everyone talks now boat content marketing and they know that it's not a new strategy but it's definitely it's definitely its own kind of product in people have mobilized a more significantly around it but like back then was like while we have a website i guess we need to put stuff on it and then did you also have to do that there were times where i have the right stories but we off thankfully we've been blessed with avidan sam smack who's a hall of fame basketball writer he's wellknown it in the basketball game he actually wrote the jordan roles which is of kind of a very very popular blog about the balls in the early 90s and knob so we were able to get have to be our head writer for the team he still with us today he still riding everything for us and not he's been a huge asset for us to have an so how did p roll evolve amine how did you go from web coordinator two senior product manager because i i would imagine it's not just about.

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