Adaptive Path's Subject to Change: Creating Great Products and Services for an Uncertain World
Date: This event took place live on May 15 2008
Presented by: Peter Merholz
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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The way most organizations think and work on products and services isn't suited to the unpredictable world we live in. Instead, companies need new ways of thinking and working to adapt into innovative, agile, and commercially successful organizations who creates great products and services. In this live webcast, Peter Merholz, one of the authors of Adaptive Path's new book, Subject to Change, will share a handful of breakthrough ideas for succeeding in a future that you can't predict.
About Peter Merholz
Peter Merholz is president and one of the founders of Adaptive Path. For more than six years, Peter has been instrumental in developing Adaptive Path's ability to provide world-class consulting, training, and public events.
At Adaptive Path, Peter began with a focus on information architecture, and over time expanded his knowledge to include product strategy, user research, and practice development. He has worked with a wide variety of clients from large multi-national companies to smaller, avant-garde firms and start-ups. Past clients include Hallmark, Intel, Wells Fargo, United Airlines, Vanguard Financial. Peter is an internationally recognized thought leader on user experience. His blogs and his essays for Adaptive Path demonstrate his foresight on issues of information architecture, organizational change, and product strategy. Peter's thought leadership is perhaps most dubiously demonstrated in his coining of the term "blog" in 1999 when it was a nascent genre.