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Digital - Social Media Strategist & Speaker Michele Price brings you weekly access to the top minds in Business Success Mindset and Web 2.0 tools, techniques and strategies. Breakthrough Business Strategies Radio delivers high impact & pioneering knowledge for entrepreneurs, startups, sales/marketing/IT professionals every Monday with Houston's Social Media Strategist, Michele Price.
Laura Klien, UX for Lean Startups; Faster, Smater User Expereince Research & Design.
Dino Dogan, co-founder of Triberr shares new thinking on using you blog for your business.
Geoff Livingston - Integrated Marketing segment. Author of Marketing in the Round.
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Episode 1: Product Superheroes with Bob Schoenthal. Bob talks with product development, design and management superheroes in the San Francisco/Silicon Valley area.
Case Sandberg started off his development and design career by turning frequent freelancing into a full time web agency. When he moved to the Bay Area he started working for one of his longest running clients and eventually the company was acquired by Shutterfly. He is currently still with Shutterfly working as a front end engineer, as well as frequently hosting hack-a-thons and working on an innovative startup idea. @casesandberg
Host, Bob Schoenthal is an experienced product manager, tech and passionate product enthusiast. His focus is on mid-sized companies in the Hawaii real estate sector and Bay Area B2B and B2C startups and early stage companies. He's an avid tech conference and winning hackathon participant. Bob organizes Startup Product Talks Silicon Valley and is heading up the Product Camp San Francisco team. @mightybobarian
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Glen Lipka, Vice President of User Experience, Marketo, Discusses How Product Management, User Experience (UX) And Engineering Teams Can Work Together To Achieve A Great Product Outcome
Glen says, “My view of an ideal structure for the product team is flat so that everyone is working as peers together to collaborate with specific responsibilities. I look forward to sharing my experience as first employee at Marketo with the #ProdMgmtTalk community."
Host, @CindyFSolomon joined by co-host, @TaariqLewis
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Professor, author, collaborator, speaker, we're sure to have an engaging conversation about changing health through integrated design including accessible, universal, sustainable and more with Thea Kurdi.
Thea is a Canadian architectural technologist and member of Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES). For 12 years she has been an accessibility specialist for the built environment applying both barrier-free and universal design standards at DESIGNABLE ENVIRONMENTS Inc. (DE), a Canadian consulting firm.
Over the last 6 years, she has had a focus on healthcare design work including New Oakville Hospital, Women’s College Hospital, and Toronto Sick Kid's Hospital. She has also coordinated and conducted other drawing reviews and building audits for buildings including the Mississauga Bus Rapid Transit System and Toronto’s 2015 PanAM/Parapan game facilities. She has also helped to write and illustrate numerous accessibility design stands through her work at DE including the City of London Facilities Accessibility Design Standards, which has been adopted by many municipalities across Canada and around t
Alejandro Ríos Peña is a Design-Thinking telecom engineer and entrepreneur who believes in innovation as the vital force for a passionate, total-quality life. He is a technology entrepreneur with both development and product design management backgrounds currently based in Latin America. His portfolio of projects go from Cloud Call Center and PBX unified communications using Open Source and voice over IP, through several Twitter mashups, Agile practices combined with PMI and Design-thinking for startups.
In this conversation, he will discuss the value of Human Centered Design and how it can help to:
- Validate market opportunities understanding customers and their behavior
- Create and capture value through innovation
- Develop sustainable and scalable business models
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How To Unleash The Potential Of Design Thinking, Agile Engineering And Lean Business Using Fun, Cross-collaboration Practices With Dennis Britton, Collaboration Architect, Linda Francis, Human Experience and Darius Dunlap Customer Development of 360c
1- Linda has designed and implemented consumer and employee facing systems for enterprise, government, private sector and advises startups. Now, Linda, who has always been a connect-the-dots person, is excited to join the conversation and share her thoughts about how UX and Agile teams can work together.
2- Darius Dunlap is a mentor to startup teams and an advisor to startup incubators, universities, growing companies and large enterprises around the world.
3- Dennis Britton loves to induce collaboration in any group of talented people he can find. He is has introduced an agile, playful and productive culture to HP, Macy's, Sephora, Visa, Nike and Stella & Dot.
Interview: Longtime Interactive-TV Industry Figure, John Gilles, on his New Role at Interactive Agency, Code and TheoryHigh-profile interactive-TV industry figure, JOHN GILLES (his resume includes stints at A Different Engine, Method, G4 and TechTV), recently joined interactive agency, Code and Theory, as director of new media. In this recorded interview with [itvt]'s editor-in-chief, Tracy Swedlow, Gilles discusses his new role, shares his thoughts on multiplatform interactive design, and more.
Paul Sherman of ShermanUX Discusses The Role Of Personas, Design Briefs, Stories, Storyboards, And Wireframes In The Product Management Lifecycle Process
Paul says, "I’m excited to participate in the Global Product Management Talk because the disciplines of UX and PM need each other! Together they can guide Engineering and ensure that what is conceptualized is actually what is built.”
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We talked about the Twitter IPO, Apple iPhones in hot biz happenings this week, Ever wanted to know how to create a great media pitch? Want to know what happens behind hte scenes with reporters, editors and the media scene? You want publicity? THIS EPISODE IS A MUST LISTEN!
Anastasia Valentine (@AVV) is your host! She is an award winning strategist, CEO of Sandbox an Idea to Launch Company, Author, Speaker and Positive Instigator. www.anastasia-valentine.com
Joining me today is:
J. M. Henderson is the founder of her own content marketing and media relations training firm, Secret Agent Research, as well as a business journalist for Forbes and an award-winning blogger. Her clients come from fields as diverse as law, government, UX design and emerging tech and her work has appeared in venues including The Atlantic,
"The Cable RDK" at The TV of Tomorrow Show 2013[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of "The Cable RDK," a keynote fireside chat at TVOT 2013. The session was described in the show brochure as follows:"In conversation with prominent cable-technology journalist, Leslie Ellis, a panel of senior executives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable will cast light on the significance of, and the roadmap for, cable's Reference Design Kit (RDK). The RDK--officially defined as "an integrated software bundle that can be accessed by operators in need of a software stack for set-top devices" and as a "fully tested and integrated system [that] runs on QAM, IP and Hybrid devices"--was originated by Comcast, but has since been embraced by Time Warner Cable and is attracting the interest of many other MSO's that are seeking to implement a cross-platform UI/UX that can be quickly brought to market. Issues to be addressed include: What exactly is the RDK and what is its significance? Why was it developed? How exactly does it work? Why is it generating so much interest? What are the advantages and risks/challenges for MSO's that adopt the RDK? And how will it be adapted/implemented in Europe and other global markets?"Participating in the session were: Leslie Ellis, Principal, Translation Please/Columnist, Multichannel News (Moderator) Mike Hayashi, EVP of Architecture, Development and Engineering, Time Warner Cable Steve Reynolds, SVP of Premises Technology, Comcast Matthew Zelesko, SVP of Technology, Time Warner Cable