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What Product Doctor did in 2015

First off – here’s to a happy, healthy and rewarding 2016! In 2015 I worked with innovators from startups to large organisations; practising, teaching and coaching people-centred brand, proposition and product/service development. (Some call this “Customer Development”). I have further evolved my range of “insightful and engaging” workshops, designed to reduce wasted time and money by […]

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User Research Masterclass – CPD at UCL 8th March 2016

1-day User Research Masterclass: Developing User Driven Products delivered by Julia Shalet, Product Doctor  When is it?   Tuesday, 8 March 2016 from 09:00 to 17:00. The course is part of a series from UCL Advances at UCL in London Who is it for?   Entrepreneurs, Product Managers, Designers and Marketers who seek a deeper understanding of their customers […]

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Guest Post from Bill Best on Apps & Mobile Operators

I went along to ExCel for the 7th edition of Apps World to find out what’s hot and what’s not. Apps World claim 10,000 visitors over the two days and 350 exhibitors from across the planet of the Apps. A long standing friend of mine and a fellow frequent attendee to Mobile World Congress and its […]

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Guest Post from Bill Best on Apps & Mobile Operators

I went along to ExCel for the 7th edition of Apps World to find out what’s hot and what’s not. Apps World claim 10,000 visitors over the two days and 350 exhibitors from across the planet of the Apps. A long standing friend of mine and a fellow frequent attendee to Mobile World Congress and its […]

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Defining Experiments at OTA 2015

It was back to Over The Air last week and a new way to get people to think about reducing risks in the assumptions they make about people. I ran a very interactive workshop where people got to work on their own products. My intention is to make Product Doctor experiences INSIGHTFUL and ENTERTAINING so I was […]

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Scrum Masters running Experiments

I ran a session with the Agile Practitioners Meetup last week – it was an extract from workshops I run including those at The Mobile Academy.  It was a very effective demonstration of how to “co-curate” using examples and best practice from the room. With scrum masters from many different businesses including Read International, GiffGaff, Natwest, TFL, […]

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Hoorah – the Industry responds to battery life problem…

At last, here is some response to the biggest issue that I find when talking to people about their mobile service: the battery life of their phone – but does it go far enough? And hoorah for EE – here’s another great way to crack it (although no good for rural folk!)  EE gives free portable […]

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