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Episode 29  |  26:39 min

How Do You Bring Product Best Practices To A New Team? (With GitLab's Scott Williamson)

Episode 29  |  26:39 min  |  09.12.2019

How Do You Bring Product Best Practices To A New Team? (With GitLab's Scott Williamson)

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This is a podcast episode titled, How Do You Bring Product Best Practices To A New Team? (With GitLab's Scott Williamson). The summary for this episode is: What works for some product leaders is often so company and culture-specific that it’s hard to see how you can take those best practices and make them work at your own company. So on this episode of Build, Maggie talks to Scott Williamson who is the VP of Product Management at GitLab. Before joining GitLab in 2019, Scott ran product management at SendGrid and CA Technologies, so he’s got first-hand experience developing a product philosophy at one company and then bringing it over to another company. Want to learn how Scott shifted from focusing on features to focusing on problems? Listen to the full episode.
What works for some product leaders is often so company and culture-specific that it’s hard to see how you can take those best practices and make them work at your own company. So on this episode of Build, Maggie talks to Scott Williamson who is the VP of Product Management at GitLab. Before joining GitLab in 2019, Scott ran product management at SendGrid and CA Technologies, so he’s got first-hand experience developing a product philosophy at one company and then bringing it over to another company. Want to learn how Scott shifted from focusing on features to focusing on problems? Listen to the full episode.

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