Shiva Rajaraman’s Product journey spans across some of the most iconic companies and products that we all use and love today. We connected on his journey and what's next for Product.
Lucinda Newcomb talks about the legacy of the pandemic for product and the future of the digital-first consumer experience.
Julia Beizer, Chief Digital Officer for Bloomberg Media, has a deep understanding of her product and its users. She spoke with us about where she sees product and product leaders moving in the digital future.
What is happening in the Product Leader space? We asked Raza Haider, the newly appointed CPO for Bose, about his journey to product leadership and his view on the role in today’s innovation landscape.
For Web3 businesses, finding executive talent is just half of the battle. Building a board of directors who have the experience, capabilities, and mindsets to operate in new, rapidly changing and sometimes decentralized environments is a major challenge for CEOs and founders alike. There are three key elements Web3 businesses should look for in board members.
Many business leaders feel trepidation about the repercussions posed by 5G. Studies show that 80% of executives expect 5G to impact their business.
For HR leaders in China, the growing competition for qualified semiconductor professionals poses one of the most pressing challenges they are facing today.
Product is often at the core of how to best align the organization as product sits at the intersection of what’s possible and what is viable in the market.
Women are still deeply under-represented in Product leadership. We sat down with Women In Product’s CEO, Elizabeth Ames, to discuss the issues facing women in this market and how businesses can acquire top talent.
Where will the next generation of CEOs come from? Your mind may go to the more traditional pathways of COOs and CFOs, but what you may not have considered is the next CEO may currently be a Chief Product Officer (CPO).
With the Trump administration’s escalating restrictions on several major Chinese technology companies, and little sign that there will be a reset after the upcoming U.S. election, semiconductor companies in China, both domestic and multi-national, are caught in the center of a geopolitical storm.
Layoffs have spread across the media landscape in 2020, as consolidation cut the number of positions available and the pandemic forced struggling companies to slash staffers. Media companies are starting to hire again as productions resume and businesses work to get back on track.
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