Joe Paice

Product Thinking

The last 18 months have drastically changed the way I think about developing digital products. My background is in technology. I started as a software engineer working with a cross-functional team at Red Badger. At that time my thinking about a…

Opinion Harriet Adams

New product development in a brave new world

If I were to say that new product development was a key driver in business growth and profitability, I doubt many people would fall off their chair in surprise. But as we enter an unknown future with many businesses tightening their belts, now may…

Opinion John Godfrey

Slaying corporate risk after lockdown

If there’s one thing ‘digital’ these lockdown weeks have highlighted to everyone - it is the ability to move ideas into production quickly. We’ve seen an explosion of lean startups across enterprises, government and healthcare. As Sayna Nadella put…

Process Jamie Irving

Fail small to win big

I am sure that everyone who is reading this blog has worked hard and had some failures along the way, for all of us those mistakes became learning experiences. So we were able to take those learnings and make adjustments to our future ideas, meaning…

Opinion Jimmy Muldoon

One minute reads: getting value from data

One of the major technical revolutions in modern times has been the cost of storing information. Storing petabytes of information is now relatively cheap. This has led to a culture in digital teams to store and track everything. I’m not against…

Opinion Red Badger Team

What’s the mission beyond your product?

It’s time to rethink how we design and build products.

There’s much to celebrate about the status quo of product leadership in today’s business world. In practice, product thinking gives us a way to align everything a business is capable of around…

Harriet Adams

Product is an ecosystem not an end result

This started as an internal hot topic - why do people so often misunderstand what ‘product’ means? As we talked through various opinions, it dawned on me. The word is the problem. It’s being used to describe so many things. From our day-to-day…