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275 Commercialization is Product Management

Ray Cao came up through Google and is now Managing Director, Global Head of Product Strategy & Operations at TikTok. He has wide-ranging responsibilities that culminate in ensuring TikTok’s customers — users, creators, and advertisers — experience joy when they interact with the platform, especially during the pandemic. Want to read the terms and...

274 Reimagining Product Design is Product Management

Now a Senior Consultant at Park, Tim McKeown was Senior Global Director of Innovation & Design for Wilson Sporting Goods Co. Learn more about how Tim drove and managed innovation in a legacy-product environment, as well as the roles played in the effort by social media and sustainability, on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want to read...

273 Problem Management is Product Management

Adam Bader is the Senior Product Manager for Discovery+. Learn more about Adam’s take on setting up early feedback loops of validation, Quibi, the future of streaming, and why he’s thinking about space travel, on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want to read the terms and quotes discussed in this episode? Please visit the TIPM website, to...

272 Innovating Healthcare is Product Management

Ambreen Molitor is responsible for overseeing Planned Parenthood's innovation lab, which is called the Digital Products CoLab. Learn more about how Ambreen’s bot achieved an 80% accuracy rate, and hear her thoughts on developing user insights and metrics, as well as the future of healthcare education, on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want...

271 Remote Work is Product Management

Luke Thomas is the founder of Friday, a remote work orchestration platform. Learn more about Luke’s thoughts about the importance of handbooks, creativity through constraints, and what works better in person — as well as his predictions for a post-COVID workplace — on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want to read the terms and quotes discussed...

270 Internal Collaboration is Product Management

Ben Wilson is the Chief Technology Officer – Energy for Google. Learn more about Ben’s take on defining the c-suite in product terms, and how to balance internal and external stakeholders. Want to read the terms and quotes discussed in this episode? Please visit the TIPM website, to download a transcription of this episode! 

269 Managing Tension is Product Management

Marc Abraham is head of product engagement at ASOS.com, a global fashion e-commerce company headquartered in London. Learn more about Marc’s thoughts about tension and uncertainty — as well as how to make them work for you instead of against you — on this episode of This Is Product Management. Want to read the terms discussed in this episode? Please...

268 Democratization is Product Management

Phill Dodd is Director of Product for Jam3, a Canadian design and experience agency, in Los Angeles. Want to read the terms discussed in this episode? Please visit the TIPM website, to download a transcription of this episode! 

267 Language and Authenticity is Product Management

Shawn Coots, Director of Product Management and Experience Strategy at Humana in Louisville, Kentucky, talks about his path from comic-book illustrator to product manager.

Generosity is Product Management

Cor Hoekstra is CEO at Amicus in Charlotte, North Carolina. Amicus is the fintech company behind the philanthropic platform for donor-advised funds, with the mission to create a more generous world.

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