The contribution of women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) has increased and became more visible in the last years.
At Product Leaders (un)Conference, we also believe that their input in technology and product development field can be an inspiration for other practitioners.
This June, discover proven strategies and case studies shared by top-notch international lady speakers:
Richard Omolo, UX Designer Booking.com and speaker at Product Leaders 2017, just got interviewed by our colleague, Monica Obogeanu, product manager at Mozaic Labs.
Read on to discover his professional experience, lessons learned and challenges along the way. The first part of the interview is here.
Monica: How do you interact with your Product Owner? Where does one’s job end and the other’s begin?
Richard Omollo, UX Designer Booking.com and speaker at Product Leaders 2017, just got interviewed by our colleague, Monica Obogeanu, product manager at Mozaic Labs.
Read on to discover his professional experience, lessons learned and challenges along the way. This is the first part of the interview. The second part of the interview is here.
Monica Obogeanu: Snooping through your LinkedIn profile, I noticed you have a wide & varied experience. Please tell us a bit about yourself, your favorite professional experiences and how they impacted where you are today.
Thomas Dunn, Product Researcher at Buffer, shared in the first part of the interview more about Buffer’s visions, working with data & tools to understand the customers and useful tools for a product manager. Read on for the second part of this interview, made by Monica Obogeanu, product manager MozaicLabs.
MO: Is there an error that you made, based on a wrong assumption? Or a sort of red flag that any product manager should keep in mind when doing research?
Our colleague, Monica Obogeanu, product manager at Mozaic Labs, sat down with Thomas to talk about his recent experience at Buffer. After joining Buffer as a researcher and doing plenty of customer development work, Thomas transitioned to the onboarding team, where he does various research and UX tasks to improve the first-time experience of Buffer customers.
Thomas shares about the way they work and different roles at Buffer. Read on for interesting learnings along the way, useful tools for a product manager, and much more. This is the first part of the interview. Read here the second part.
With a long tradition in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and one of the highest pools of highly qualified IT professionals, Bucharest is a city where creating meaningful software products is not an accident.
London, Berlin, Paris – these cities are the triad of technology hubs in Europe. Nevertheless, the fast paced IT environment and the increasing presence of international tech companies make Bucharest a lively and thriving city for programming and product development. Today, Bucharest has grown to be Europe’s newest tech hub.
Let’s explore why connecting with Bucharest tech scene is on the rise:
Product Leaders brings together experienced product, business and technology practitioners, passionate about building successful products.
The event is designed to be a unique space for learning and innovation. Taking place in Bucharest, a city with a rising technology and product sector, Product Leaders is not-to-be-missed!
For each unconference day we’ve scheduled a unique type of activity, to encourage all participants to collaborate and share their experience with the others.
Product Open Space
During the Open Space, you can present ideas, share your favourite techniques or tell meaningful product stories. Teach and learn from others by having free conversations on interesting topics.