Early morning in London. I shot this knowing it would be my last set of customer visits for PS. I soaked it in and mother nature paid it back big with this lucky pic from the hotel room.

If you’re asking yourself more and more often, “Why are we not shipping? Why are we not communicating? Why have we slowed way down?” then you’re experiencing misalignment. …

In early December 2017 I was asked to give an opening keynote at SaaSfest. The Price Intelligently team put on a wonderful conference and brought a really diverse group of people together to talk all things product, pricing and how to retain customers we love.

In the video tagged, I…

Below is the cross-post article written by Martin from Mind the Product blog


Nate Walkingshaw is the Chief Experience Officer for Pluralsight, where he is responsible for Product, User Experience, Engineering, and Content, and the co-author of Product Leadership: How Top Product…

Here it is. A video of my slides. I don’t have my talk track but MTP has assured me that they will post the video once they go through post production and edit.

I have reflected back on the moment many times and am so humbled by the experience. The leadership event the day before, the speaker track the day of and most importantly taking the stage in front of 1500 of my peers. I get emotional just thinking about all of you, my friends and my family. I felt like I was standing on the shoulders of giants. I thank you for all support, kind words and love that I have felt over the past week.


(Cross post from Mind the Product Blog)

Photo: Arto Marttinen

As technology professionals, we have been stuck at metaphorical basecamp for years. We’ve looked at the summit, attempted the various routes other teams have created, and worked hard on dialing in the basics of making sure we have food, water, and shelter. We have gone from wilderness survival to wilderness…

The word “Discovery” has been used in the product world for many years. It usually refers to the inquiry process product teams use to understand problems that need to be solved for the end user. Lots of brilliant people have written on the topic and provided insights on the “How”…

MAKE SURE YOU READ PART I CLICK HERE: This is the continuation of a three part series.

Continuous Delivery (Engineering Practice)

I am not against software engineering practices in any shape or form. Engineering practices used as a single practice that all teams outside of engineering also use is where you lose me. The…

MAKE SURE YOU READ PART I CLICK HERE: This is the continuation of a three part series. Looking for PART III IT’S HERE.

Continuous Discovery

Continuous discovery is a self-described process. It means that teams use this process to continuously discover what our customers needs are and how well we are solving…

This is the first part in a three part series that I will be releasing: LOOKING FOR PART II Click Here

I am providing a playlist. This is some of my favs while I wrote this:

Song One: https://itun.es/us/lX3w6?i=979074170

Song Two: https://itun.es/us/zqWfcb?i=1108804721

Song Three: https://itun.es/us/H7psab?i=1078525669

The Framework Behind Directed Discovery:

For years I have been…

Nate Walkingshaw

Family, Building Product, Running and Biking, CXO @Pluralsight, http://bit.ly/1aqErCK

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