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This year I did 120 virtual events, two-thirds free and one-third paid. I am motivated to help other product leaders through teaching, but also by the pursuit of new ideas. A cool thing about virtual work is that I am no longer dependent on meetups and event organizers. Test-driving a new event is as simple as sending an email to my “Friends of Gib” email list. I love being able to quickly experiment and iterate on new ideas and most of my test drives this year (“Inventing the Future (Is Hard),” “Chegg: Wicked Hard Decisions,” and a new “Culture Workshop”) are now part of my main line-up. Each of these new talks and workshops has Net Promoter Scores in the 70's and 80's.
My latest experiment — early in 2001 — is a two-hour “Metrics Workshop.” Like my other talks, workshops, and exec events, I take a case-based approach and ask lots of juicy “What would you do?” questions via Slido polls, word clouds, and then promote lively discussion and debate using a combination of Zoom and Google Slides. It will be a lot of fun and you’ll learn a lot about making great product decisions via well-designed AB tests.
If you’d like to participate in a test drive, subscribe to my “Friends of Gib” email list by clicking here: gibsonbiddle.com/signup