In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss why you can’t outsource strategy. My guest today is Rich Mironov, one of the top Product coaches in the world, who I am honored to say he is my mentor and my friend.
IoT Training for Product Managers
In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss the challenges of IoT adoption in established companies.
My guest today is Miguel Morales, VP or IoT at Parker Hannifin. In this episode, we discuss how Parker, a 100-year old company, is leveraging IoT to complement their core business initiatives.
In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we explore how Industrial IoT is reshaping the energy sector in a conversation with Susan Peterson-Sturm, Digital Lead of Power Generation and Water in the Industrial Automation Division of ABB.
We also discuss the role Industrial IoT vendors play in supporting the security journey of their customers, as well as how IIoT product companies can assist their customers with the transition of their aging workforce.
This special episode is brought to you in collaboration with IIoT World.
In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss how Product Leaders can build strong partnerships with design and engineering teams. My guests today are Deanna Shaw, Director of Design for the Internet of Things at IBM Watson IoT, and Roxy Stimpson, Vice President and CTO at IoT World Labs.
In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss the power of edge computing in IIoT applications.
My guest today is Aaron Allsbrook, Chief Technology Officer at ClearBlade. In this episode, Aaron shares his experience developing industrial IoT solutions at scale. He also talks about the power of edge computing and how ClearBlade is leveraging this approach to develop complex industrial applications.
Companies are looking for to the Internet of Things as inspiration to discover product opportunities. They see it as an opportunity to leap-frog the competition and significantly grow their revenues. And yet, many companies are failing and growing disillusioned. So how can Product Leaders leverage IoT to discover product opportunities that can take their company to the next level?
In this post, I look at proven Product Management techniques to identify problems and then explore how IoT can help you build products that solve those problems.
In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we go behind the scenes of the Samsung ARTIK IoT platform.
My guest today is Vish (Vishwesh) Pai, Director of Product Management for Samsung IoT Cloud Platform. Vish shares excellent insights on aligning the multiple groups involved in developing an end-to-end IoT platform, his views on the various personas present in most IoT products, and gives great advice for both experienced and aspiring IoT Product Managers.
In this episode of the IoT Product Leadership podcast, we discuss the topic of data science for Product Managers.
My guest today is Dan Yarmoluk, Director of Business Development for ATEK Access Technologies. In this episode, Dan shares considerations, skills, myths and everything Product Managers need to know.
Andrew Scheuermann, CEO of Arch Systems, shares excellent insights on his company’s approach to modular solutions as well as expert advice on building hardware for the Internet of Things.
IIoT customers often demand a fully functional, end-to-end solution. And, most products often fall short of “the last mile” to give these customers exactly what they need. To bridge this gap (i.e., close the deal, or satisfy an important customer) Product Teams often agree to develop one-off features for that particular customer.
Overall, the Product Team has the right intentions, since their goal is to make the customer successful. But in practice, they are digging themselves into a sea of tech debt and one-off features that will hinder growth and threaten the long-term success of the product.
Josh Pederson, Director of Product Management at Ayla Networks shares his approach to managing Ayla’s IoT Cloud Platform.
CES 2018 introduced a smart toilet. But the real star of the show was a blackout. How did we get here? And what does that say about the state and the future of IoT?