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Stockland Accelerator founders with BlueChilli team
For two days, the BlueChilli office in Sydney was in a state of excitement, nerves and activity as we hosted the #StocklandStartups for their first immersion session. The immersion was the first time the startups had been back to BlueChilli since being selected for the Accelerator at the end of November of 2018. However, these...
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This week, BlueChilli’s Sydney offices filled with people from the Sydney startup ecosystem eager to learn about product management. We live streamed the event – a ‘fireside chat’ on the best and worst ways to build a product. Watch the video below Watch the Facebook Live for some wide ranging insights from BlueChilli’s Head of...
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How can we help more startups in Australia build better products and grow faster? This is a key question the BlueChilli team asks itself regularly. More startup successes lead to a bigger ecosystem, and the faster we can grow the ecosystem the better for our economy, community and, of course, every single founder. And it...
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Leading the Product; our favourite annual event for hearing Product Managers give away their roadmaps and tactics for success is on again this October. In preparation for the day, we’ve asked keynote speaker; Trent Mankelow, Chief Customer Officer at New Zealand’s most successful startup; TradeMe, for 3 quick product insights: When do you know you have...
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On Thursday 20th of October, I was amongst 200+ like-minded Product Managers at Melbourne’s Leading the Product conference. An action packed line-up of speakers from around the world sent me away with a book full of notes and my head full of learnings. Here’s 5 learnings that inspired me: 1. Kara De Frias | Director of UX, White House...
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MoSCoW is a well loved prioritisation technique of Agile Practitioners and Product Managers worldwide. Why? Its simplicity and transparency allows you to categorise features or ideas into four main buckets: M -Must have S – Should have C – Could have W – Won’t have (or want to have, but will come later) But have you ever...
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Walk into any leading corporate or tech company and you’ll immediately be accosted by bright post-its on all walls. For the uninformed, these aren’t a cheap way of decorating – these capture features or action items for the teams’ product roadmap or development sprints. Why put your Product Roadmap on the wall?   It takes people...
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