Design Your Thinking Podcast: Product Management, User Experience & Design

Design Your Thinking Podcast: Product Management, User Experience & Design
By Karthik Vijayakumar
About this podcast
The Design Your Thinking Podcast is for anyone who is making products and a business around it. This includes entrepreneurs, product managers, product designers, UX researchers, product marketing experts, CPO's, founders and early stage CEO's. Get the much needed inspiration, motivation, education and hands-on actionable advice and strategies from experts in product management, design, marketing, psychology and many more disciplines. The episodes are published twice every week multiple formats. Understand the product mindset and learn the skills, techniques and thinking hacks that successful product makers and influencers have used to make and grow products into successful businesses. You will learn from entrepreneurs, product managers, marketers, designers and human psychology experts how you can discover and create products from scratch, test and launch them rapidly. Agile, Lean, product management, business, design thinking, arts-based thinking, creativity, innovation, systems thinking, business models, joint development, partnerships, pricing, monetization, marketing, content management, user interface, user experience, design, information architecture, user research, customer success, launch, project planning, outsourcing, productivity, bias to action, building authority and trust, eBooks, podcasting, leveraging social media like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Snapchat, Periscope, Anchor to reach out to users and customers and just about anything that will help you take action, see results and build products that generate revenue and a loyal user and customer base. This show is complementary to shows like This is Product Management, The Tim Ferriss Show, The Everyday Innovator (Chad McAllister), The Smart Passive Income Podcast (Pat Flynn), Hack The Entrepreneur Podcast (Jon Nastor), Product Hunt and Global Product Management Talk. This show is inspired by The 4 Hour Workweek and The 4 Hour Chef by Tim Ferriss, Mindset by Carol Dweck, Inspired by Marty Cagan (Silicon Valley Product Group), Design Thinking for Educators by IDEO, Creative Confidence by Tom Kelley and David Kelley, Change By Design by Tim Brown. You can go to http://designyourthinking.com to access the show notes, videos, quizzes, ebooks and lot more.

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Dec. 19, 2017
In this special episode I sit with Aero Wong, a “newbie product manager”, as he calls himself, who is organizing a virtual summit for Product Managers – the Product Manager Summit. I talk to him about the reason he created this event and the why product managers should tune into this event. What will you learn? In this episode I speak to Aero Wong, the organizer of the Product Manager Summit to understand why he did this event and what’s in it for my listeners. The Product Manager Summit is a 5-day, 30-speaker event that runs from the 18-22 December. It’s been my privilege to be invited to be a part of it and in the company of many other expert product managers, executives, entrepreneurs and designers. The summit is divided into 6 modules – * Product Manager Essentials * Problem Space Exploration * Agile Product Development * Lean UX * Product Marketing Skills * Product Management Toolbox I spoke on a topic that’s close to my heart – Navigating the Problem Space and the Solution Space. I hope you get to listen to me and 29 other experts who’ve been on the summit. The Product Manager Summit also has a VIP Pass that you could purchase for a small cost and get access to these videos for a lifetime. I hope you get to listen to these speakers and more importantly I hope you take action! Useful Links * Aero Wong * Email [email protected] * Product Manager Summit * productmanagersummit.com Join DYT Insider DYT Insider is our newsletter program. I share episodes, my best work on product and design and give away my best ebooks and other resources for free so you can download them and read at your own pace. Join me here. Getting Started & Resources * Tiny Book Of Triggers for actionable triggers to learn fresh new Product Management & Design skills & more. (click here to download) * Get Started with Design Your Thinking (click here) * Handpicked Resources (click here)
Sept. 11, 2017
In this Focus Forty episode I speak with Jackie Bavaro, Head of PM at Asana, about Leading without Authority, success and more. The one thing we, as product makers, most often ignore is the relationships with our team members, customers and other stakeholders. Secondly, we miss the fact that a lot of our success needs […] The post DYT 132: Leading Without Authority | Jackie Bavaro appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Sept. 6, 2017
In this Topical Zoom episode I speak with Amy Jo Kim, world-renowned social game designer, community architect & startup coach about gamification, game thinking and mistakes startups make. Many companies use “game”in their products. The word we hear a lot is “gamification”. On the other hand, there are aspects of games that can really be […] The post DYT 131: Game Thinking and Product Market Fit | Amy Jo Kim appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Sept. 4, 2017
In this Topical Zoom episode I speak with Amy Jo Kim, world-renowned social game designer, community architect & startup coach about community design and making products. Communities are a core aspect of the human race, and have played a key role on the internet as well. What are the key aspects of communities and how […] The post DYT 130: Community Design and Products | Amy Jo Kim appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Aug. 30, 2017
In this Ferris Wheel episode, I speak with Peter Merholz, the co-founder of Adaptive Path. He talks about design leadership and the evolution of design. Design Leadership is growing in organizations that were once never aware of the role of design. This growth also triggers a lot of questions with respect to what it means […] The post DYT 129: Design Leadership & Evolution Of Design | Peter Merholz appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Aug. 28, 2017
In this Ferris Wheel episode, I speak with Peter Merholz, the co-founder of Adaptive Path. I deconstruct his thinking on user centered vs service design, get him to share his biggest learnings and more. The field of design has changed a lot in the last two decades. User centered design is no longer unorthodox. That […] The post DYT 128: Service Design Is The New Unorthodox | Peter Merholz appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Aug. 23, 2017
In this Topical Zoom episode, I speak with John Cutler, Senior Product Manager at Zendesk about feature factory, transparency and the role of a Product Manager. There are various skills, techniques and hacks that we need to be good at as product makers. In this episode, I try to understand the top 3 areas that […] The post DYT 127: Do You Run A Transparent Feature Factory? | John Cutler appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Aug. 21, 2017
In this Topical Zoom episode, I speak with John Cutler, Senior Product Manager at Zendesk about the evolving field of Product Management and the role of customer feedback in a world of service touchpoints. Product Management is rapidly changing. With the notion of Products changing rapidly, there is an imminent need for a fresh new […] The post DYT 126: Product Management Is Touchpoint Management | John Cutler appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Aug. 16, 2017
In this Ground Zero episode, I speak with Shay Howe, co-founder of Lead Honestly and a partner at Prota Ventures, co-founder at Chicago Camps about failure and success as a manager and entrepreneur. It’s true that as entrepreneurs and makers we get stretched to our limits. The question is not about managing the stretch, but […] The post DYT 125: Pay Closer Attention To Failure and Success | Shay Howe appeared first on Design Your Thinking.
Aug. 14, 2017
In this Ground Zero episode, I speak with Shay Howe, co-founder of Lead Honestly and a partner at Prota Ventures, co-founder at Chicago Camps about building better relationships. No matter how great your products are, if you don’t play close attention to your teams, you are staring at a gaping hole. If you are a […] The post DYT 124: Build Better Relationships In Teams | Shay Howe appeared first on Design Your Thinking.