Should we return to the office or not? And if so, what does this process look like? Like a lot of problems in the product world, these are big, complex questions that don’t have a single right answer.
Stephen M. Walker II
We’re excited to share that Productboard has been recognized by Comparably across three separate honors — best CEO for diversity, best leadership, and best opportunity for career growth.
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Reorganizing the product team’s structure is not always a response to growth — it can be driven by other changes in the business. The nature of the problems you’re solving and your customers’ needs might have shifted out from under you.
A special panel discussion featuring inspirational business leaders from the Black community. Together, they discussed the challenges they have faced in the workplace, what diversity and inclusion look like in practice, and what we can all do to tackle prejudice and discrimination.
We’re on the lookout for talented and enthusiastic salespeople to push our fast-growing team to the next level. If you are interested in joining us, we’ve done our best to answer any questions you might have about life as a Productboard salesperson below.
In a recent interview, I caught up with Elizabeth Chase, EMEA SMB Executive, to discuss what life is like on the Productboard Sales team, what makes a great salesperson, and the importance of selling a product you believe in.
Relocation can be challenging, but it can also be the start of an amazing journey. If you decide to move countries to join productboard, don’t worry, you won’t be alone! Our team is made up of 27 nationalities and counting.
Below are my comments to our employees on recent events. I thought it was important to share it with our customers and the community. We are in unprecedented times. Not only are we fighting a major pandemic accompanied by historically high levels of unemployment, we are actively engaged in an
I joined productboard back in October. In the four months since, I’ve seen the company grow rapidly. Just last month, we announced the closing of our Series B round of funding, raising an additional $45 million in investment. It’s fair to say that this is a company that’s going places.
In most tech companies, balancing parenthood and work can be extremely challenging. As a single mother in an executive position, it can be virtually impossible. Among a young, male-dominated workforce that sees long hours as a badge of honor, work-life balance often seems like a quaint relic. No wonder so
What makes a company successful? You could argue that it’s an outstanding product or service, a clever brand, or catchy advertising – and you’d be right. But the driving force behind all these things is people. Hard-working, talented people. This is why we offer all full-time productboard employees the chance