I speak, advise, and host product leadership talks & workshops worldwide. I live in San Francisco.

Watch my new "Customer Obsession" talk at “Industry: The Product Conference” in Cleveland (NPS of 89!):

WHAT’S NEW?

There’s a lot of new material from our recent “Product Leader Summit” in Redwood City, CA:

  • Click here to watch my new talk, “Digital Disruption: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.”

  • “Mind the Product” just published my new article, “Why We Fail.”

  • You can find lots of other videos from November’s “Product Leader Summit” by clicking here

  • Click here for the journalist notes from the “Product Leader Summit.”

Last, I am doing lots of workshops all around the world— at conferences, meetups, and individual companies. Learn more here.

upcoming Public events

London: Tues. Feb 5 at “News UK ‘Change’ Product & Data Forum”

ABout Me

As the former VP of Product at Netflix, Chief Product Officer at Chegg, SVP Product at The Learning Company, and a Producer at Electronic Arts, I have lots of experience building world-class products, teams, and companies.

Today, I am an adviser to consumer tech product leaders in San Francisco, Boston, NYC, and Salt Lake City.  I also teach a graduate-level entrepreneurship course at Stanford.

Every six months I co-host an invite-only 130-person Product Leader Summit.  These one day product events alternate between Redwood City, CA and NYC.

My wife, Kristen Hege, is a physician/scientist working to cure cancer, my daughter Kelsey, lives in Boston (and follows Mom's career path) while daughter Brit, a senior at Colby College, has career aspirations more like mine. (Read more about Brit here.)

What do others think?

Don’t miss a chance to learn from one of the best.
— Brooke Brown, CPO at Rent The Runway
Gib is simply fantastic and I highly recommend working with him.
— Nir Eyal, Best-selling author of "Hooked."
Hard lessons... backed by real experience & rigorous experimentation
— Andres Glusman, Chief Strategy Officer @ Meetup
Left the whole team feeling engaged and wanting more.
— Tom Stockham, CEO @ Experticity