23 November 2022
Season 1: MVP myth busters
The “I wish I knew” guide to data operations for MVP teams
• What kind of data is the most important for the MVP stage?
• Is it possible to measure “solving customer’s problem”?
• How do metrics affect your team?
• Can inadequate metrics contribute to the collapse of the project?
Listen to this audio story and find out!
Our guests include experienced technology managers from companies that successfully launched products used by brands like BMW, Kappa, or Coca-Cola.
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This episode features
COO at Innovation Nest
Meet the man who’ll speak your language. Chris is a business enabler from an investment company with a $40M portfolio. He’s curious about how startups and their teams mature, analyzing nearly 200 companies per year and coaching many C-levels on strategy. In some multiverse, Chris is a competitive beard grower and a pro cook.
Node.js Team Manager at The Software House
Leverages her experience as backend developer and agile team member to support her team and customers. Focused on effective communication.
CTO at Leadsie
Robert is CTO of Leadsie, a bootstrapped SaaS helping marketing agencies onboard new clients. Robert has mentored over 200 startups on accelerator programs for Techstars and 500 Global. Robert is passionate about #talkingToYourCustomers so you build the right thing, and don’t just build it right!
CTO at The Software House
He leads dozens of product development teams and trains technology managers on how to scale up their IT departments effectively. Real-life proof that IT is anything but boring. If there’s a subject everybody avoids, Marek wants to talk about it. If there’s chaos, there comes Marek with his lively problem-solving skills.
Founder & CEO at Scramjet
Michał Czapracki is the CEO and founder of Scramjet – a deep tech startup that offers a real-time data integration platform that breaks barriers between the local, the edge and the cloud.
CTO at Trusted Shops
André is shaping tech environments for more than 15 years, bringing technology and business together. During that time, he worked for startup’s, scaleup’s, up to big corporations. He has profound experience in software engineering and even more experience on the leadership side. He is an advocate of modern leadership and progressive organizational design. In this role, he’s transforming organizations into sustainable technology powerhouses. In recent years he was primarily working as a Chief Technology Officer.
VP of technology & Head of Node.js Team at The Software House
VP of Technology at The Software House. An enthusiast of the latest technological solutions who will always find time for you. Recently, a certified AWS architect, co-founder of the Uszanowanko Programowanko meetup and the Linkletter newsletter. After hours, passionate about East Asia, as well as Japanese culture and food from there.
Head of Product at CM.com
Bridging the gap between interactive technology and people. Product development and management skills, able to scope fuzzy projects to concrete implementations and deliver those. Love to work on front end innovation.
Head of Development at Hello Retail
Nikolaj is a technology leader primarily within the SaaS space where he has been part of several product lead companies ranging from MarTech to eCommerce. Nikolaj has been part of companies where pivots were needed to reach product-market fit and companies where product-market fit was established but continuous product innovation and optimization were required. Nikolaj is dedicated to creating a culture of continuous improvement, employee development, and delivering value to customers through innovative and scalable products.