There is a stacking sequence to achieve product-market fit. Whether you're a big or small company, the process is the same.
Hosted by Shyvee Shi Background Liz Li majored in EE at Stanford then worked at Accenture Tech Labs before moving to product at LinkedIn under Christian Sutherland-Wong. Once at LinkedIn, Liz was on the monetization team, then growth team, then the content experience team. Challenges going from individual contributor to
What's a person-profession fit? Have you ever thought about your person-profession fit? It’s the human equivalent to product-market fit. While a product-market fit is where a product satisfies a strong market demand, a person-profession fit is where your knowledge, interests, skills, and values match your profession. Warren Buffet is
When building a product your software team will most likely be working with other teams in your organization. As a scrum master there's a lot of work I do to make sure my teammates are communicating effectively with each other, but making sure teams across the organization are communicating effectively
When you’re creating software, it’s easy to second guess yourself. Sometimes you need a good duck. In the book The Pragmatic Programmer, Andrew Hunt and David Thomas wrote that software developers would carry around a rubber duck in their pocket. When needed they would take it out and
Frequent Virtual Workshops are Exhausting The prevalent viewpoint among engineers is that meetings are a waste of time or at best a necessary evil. Before COVID, when my team was physically together we would find ways to make our scrum workshops enjoyable. Whether through donuts or team walks to our
I’m always looking for ways to combat zoom fatigue. Jeremy Bailenson put out an article in the journal Technology, Mind and Behavior that identifies four characteristics of virtual meetings that lead to exhaustion. They are: * Eye Gaze at a Close Distance Keeps our Brains in a Heighten State * Users