krautsource / Dominic Grzbielok

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  1. The Invisible Leader: Facilitation Secrets - Elena Astilleros on The Product Experience [Rebroadcast] - Mind the Product

    One of the things we’ve learned as product people in 2020? Just how important great facilitation skills are. That’s why we’re revisiting our chat with Elena Astilleros, author of "Invisible Leader: Facilitation secrets for catalyzing change, cultivating, innovation, and commanding results".

    https://www.mindtheproduct.com/the-invisible-leader-facilitation-secrets-elena-astilleros-on-the-product-experience-rebroadcast/

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  2. Folge 39: Technologie und Kultur – wer vernascht hier eigentlich wen? - This is Media NOW - der Podcast der MEDIENTAGE MÜNCHEN

    Die MEDIENTAGE gibt´s auch für die Ohren: Bei „This is Media NOW – der Podcast der MEDIENTAGE MÜNCHEN“ gibt´s in den ersten acht Folgen gebündelt die Highlights des digitalen Events, das vom 24 - 30. Oktober 2020 stattfand. Darüber hinaus werfen wir wöchentlich einen Blick auf ein Schwerpunktthema, das die Branche bewegt - von Influencer Marketing, über Medienpolitik bis hin zu Lage des Journalismus weltweit.

    https://thisismedianow.podigee.io/41-folge-39-technologie-und-kultur-wer-vernascht-hier-eigentlich-wen

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  3. Ep. 71 – In Conversation with: Dariusz Wolski, ASC

    Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie makers! Not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones that they made in between.

    Today we chat with someone who bends light and shadows to sculpt a beautiful frame. He’s also an Academy Award nominee for Cinematography! His name is Dariusz Wolski and he was nice enough to join us on The B-Side to discuss his recent, nominated work on Paul Greengrass’ News of the World (now available to own on Blu-Ray and 4K), his current Ridley Scott projects The Last Duel and House of Gucci, and the whole of his impressive career. Other highlights include Romeo is Bleeding, Dark City, A Perfect Murder, and The Counselor.

    Wolski discusses breaking into the cinematography world by making music videos with artists like Alex Proyas and David Fincher, and then parlaying what they learned into making feature films. On the topic of A Perfect Murder (an adaptation of Hitchcock’s Dial M For Murder), Wolski talks about how not to remake a movie when you’re remaking a movie. On the difference between film and digital cameras, he’s refreshingly candid about the evolution of technology: “If you have a better brush and better paint, why not use it?”

    Referenced in this interview is a wonderful talk he had with fellow cinematog…

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  4. ProductTank Berlin & Hamburg - Teresa Torres

    ProductTank Berlin & Hamburg presenting:

    The Talk: The What & Why of Continuous Discovery

    Most product teams are starting to adopt discovery best practices (e.g. interviewing customers, usability testing, experimenting). However, many of us are still stuck in a project world. We do research to kick off a project, we usability test right before we hand off to engineers, and our primary means for experimenting is a/b testing. These methods are better than nothing, but the best product teams are shifting from a project mindset to a continuous mindset. In this talk, we’ll explore the key differences between project-based discovery and continuous discovery and give your team a clear benchmark to aspire to.

    Our Speaker

    Teresa Torres is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and coach. She teaches a structured and sustainable approach to continuous discovery that helps product teams infuse their daily product decisions with customer input. She’s coached hundreds of teams at companies of all sizes, from early-stage start-ups to global enterprises, in a variety of industries. She has taught over 7,000 product people discovery skills through the Product Talk Academy. She’s the author of the amazing book Continuous Discovery Habits and blogs at ProductTalk.org.

    Schedule

    18:20-18:30 Introduction…

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  5. How a Stripe Product Manager predicts and prevents problems before launch with pre-mortems

    Learn now to run a pre-mortem meeting the right way, using novel techniques to predict and problems before they even happen.

    See how a Stripe Product Manager, Shreyas Doshi, uses pre-mortems, along with a novel technique Tigers, Paper Tigers, and Elephants, to run launch effective campaigns and initiatives.

    Unlike a post-mortem—where you discuss what went wrong (and what you can learn from it)—pre-mortems occur earlier in a project’s lifecycle and ask the team to assume that the project has failed. And you prompt the team to come up with the reasons for the failure.

    If you do a pre-mortem right, you won’t need a tough post-mortem.

    Shreyas modified a standard pre-mortem process to suit the needs of his team. The standard pre-mortem meeting was very engaging while the team was in the room. But he frequently saw everyone forget about the progress made in the meeting, quickly reverting back to old patters as soon as the meeting was finished.

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