Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand. – Confucius, BC 450 Sounds good, right? Confucius had a way with words. However, reality is more murky …
UX is a huge part of Product Management, and this pensive post from Glen Lipka, VP User Experience for Marketo, prompts us to think about how we teach others the skills we have honed over the years.
Particularly in an arena that’s still developing, where many of us learned by doing and don’t necessarily have a mentoring experience to fall back on as an example, it can be tricky to figure out the best way to pass the fine details of our craft on to newbies.
Glen makes clear he has more questions than answers on this particular topic, and I understand why. It’s a perfect topic for conversation at Startup Product Summit SF2, though. In fact, questions like these are a large part of the reason Startup Product exists. To create an environment where we can discuss and debate, teach and learn, and perhaps even learn how to teach.
Glen is a speaker at Summit SF2, and we’re excited to have him. Join us October 11, 2013, to hear what else he has to say. Register at: http://bit.ly/11jHipK
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