I give product leadership talks & workshops worldwide. I live in San Francisco.
Attendees at ProductCon’s Speaker Appreciation dinner on Monday night, April 22nd:
Click here to give feedback on Gib’s no-slides “Wicked Hard Decisions” case study session.
Click here for a PDF of the case studies.
Attendees at Product School’s “ProductCon” in Burlingame, CA on April 23rd:
Click here to give feedback on Gib’s “How to Build an Innovative Culture” presentation
Click here for the “Healthy Culture” checklist
Click here to read the “Netflix Culture Deck.”
Click here for a PDF of Gib’s presentation.
Click below to watch a new video of my “Netflix: Wicked Hard Decisions” talk at CNN/Turner in Atlanta: (NPS of 82).
Click here to watch my new talk, “Digital Disruption: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.”
I do a new slide-less talk based on “Netflix: Wicked Hard Decisions.” It’s a great experience for 20-40 person dinners and requires no AV equipment. It takes thirty-five minutes and includes five fun, “what would you do?” case studies whose results will surprise you. Click here for the NPS survey results for my most recent dinner in LA (NPS =95!).
I created a new talk, “How Netflix Built an Innovative Culture.” Read the description here.
The next “Product Leader Summit” will be on 9/19/19 in Redwood City, CA. Apply here.
I am doing lots of workshops all around the world— at conferences, meetups, and individual companies. Learn more here.
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. The next one is in Redwood City, CA on 9/19/2019.
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.)