Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

Product Manager at Pivotal Labs Tokyo

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

13 days ago

Why Agile Goes Awry — and How to Fix It

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

53 days ago

Netflixが「住所や年齢」を必要としないたった1つの理由

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151 days ago

トヨタの向こうを張ったTeslaの赤字が止まらない

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

158 days ago

イケアがECを否定してきた要因は店頭販売への固執で、コーペラション(協働)思想に基づく顧客の労働分担というセルフサービス神話が背景にあったと思われる。

イケアが低迷の果てに赤字転落した根本理由

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177 days ago

Our goal is to offer the best selection of insightful stories — not news — you can get anywhere.

The Medium Model

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

177 days ago

we tend to fall in love with that idea.

How Compare and Contrast Decisions Lead to Better Product Outcomes

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

177 days ago

まったく数学的な計算ですが、西暦3000〜3500年には最後の日本人がいなくなるのです。

日本人は「人口急減の恐怖」を知らなすぎる

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

195 days ago

50 Big Companies that Started with Little or No Money

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279 days ago

“Software is easy to change to make it better, and software can also encourage people to do better things and help others.”

To Serve Man, with Software

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293 days ago

“フィンランドを訪れるたびに、なにか新しいものを見つけます。それは、たいてい古いものなのです。”

フィンランド・デザインに魅了される — VisitFinland.com

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

297 days ago

The Customer Forces Canvas [Updated]

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

297 days ago

Kanban Boards are a Design Challenge

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323 days ago

Life lessons from a samurai who wrote almost 400 years ago.

20 Rules of Life A Japanese Samurai Wrote Almost 400 Years Ago That Will Change You

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334 days ago

UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet

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339 days ago

Facebook moving non-promoted posts out of news feed in trial — what an experiment.

Facebook moving non-promoted posts out of news feed in trial

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342 days ago

“It’s a place to put the ideas I’m certain I’ll make room for, someday.” - thanks to @pocket

It’s a place to put the ideas I’m certain I’ll make room for, someday.

I wish I was the person my Pocket reading list says I am

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

347 days ago

Faster. Faster. Faster.

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359 days ago

😱 “Pretty much everybody is using their phone while driving.” — Smartphones are killing Americans

“Pretty much everybody is using their phone while driving.”

Smartphones Are Killing Americans, But Nobody’s Counting

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

378 days ago

Sense & Respond.

Sense & Respond: The Farm Awakens by Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden

Sense & Respond

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378 days ago

Sense & Respond

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378 days ago

Agile Is not Easy for UX: (How to) Deal with It

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

383 days ago

Understanding how Design Thinking, Lean and Agile Work Together

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385 days ago

“Virtual Commerce” — seen in IKEA’s new app.

Ikea's New App Shows the Practical Promise of Augmented Reality

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402 days ago

Disney’s Choice

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409 days ago

I love post-its. — Writing more will make you smarter

Writing More Will Make You Smarter

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417 days ago

Jobs-to-Be-Done: A useful tool to focus on Outcomes rather than Features.

Jobs-to-Be-Done: A Useful Tool to Focus on Outcomes Rather than Features

Personas vs. Jobs-to-Be-Done

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421 days ago

"Assumption testing is a faster path to success than idea testing."

Assumption testing is a faster path to success than idea testing.

How to Improve Your Experiment Design (And Build Trust in Your Product Experiments)

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426 days ago

Product Management from First Principles

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438 days ago

"Your computer monitor is a kind of one-way mirror, reflecting your own interests while algorithmic observers watch what you click."

Your computer monitor is a kind of one-way mirror, reflecting your own interests while algorithmic observers watch what you click

How Filter Bubbles Distort Reality: Everything You Need to Know

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442 days ago

This Matrix Helps Growing Teams Make Great Decisions

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

447 days ago

Product Roadmaps - an Essential Guide

Product Roadmaps – an Essential Guide

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449 days ago

"Emotions don’t have discrete labels — like happy, sad, angry. We developed that terminology before we understood emotion."

Emotions don’t have discrete labels — like happy, sad, angry. Awkwardly, we developed that terminology before we understood emotion.

Emotional Marketing

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449 days ago

Emotional Marketing

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451 days ago

How we build our Product Roadmap at Asana

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460 days ago

A continuum of goods–services exists with a plethora of combined products and services in the middle.

Service Design 101

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465 days ago

"...don’t get stuck in the “build trap” (the cycle of building features from the backlog without proper prioritization)."

don’t get stuck in the “build trap” (the cycle of building features from the backlog without proper prioritization).

10 Product Management Takeaways from Mind the Product 2017

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469 days ago

Method to Try: $100 Test

Facilitating an Effective Design Studio Workshop

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481 days ago

"humans would have to drink over 3,500 pints of beer/day to feel the benefits of the 'miracle' compound."

humans would have to drink over 3,500 pints of beer a day to feel the benefits of the 'miracle' compound

The surprising health benefits of drinking beer

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481 days ago

Whaaa😳 Now, I know what to do. — "Beer helps you lose weight."

The surprising health benefits of drinking beer

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489 days ago

Great read about an organizational learning versus the annual planning paradox.

Organizational learning versus the annual planning paradox

Barriers to organizational learning

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489 days ago

"Teamwork is powerful is intuitive, but teamwork is rare is more profound."

Teamwork is powerful is intuitive, but teamwork is rare is more profound.

Engineering Empathy

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

491 days ago

Exploring value-oriented incremental delivery

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493 days ago

🙁 "Facebook’s goal is to make it easier for people to get the information they need to vote."

Facebook’s Role in European Elections Under Scrutiny

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

502 days ago

✏️Why your design team should consider switching to Figma.

Why your design team should consider switching to Figma

Why your design team should consider switching to Figma

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

502 days ago

The 5 Steps of Successful Customer Journey Mapping

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505 days ago

"Change starts local. Even global change starts small, with people like us."

"Change starts local," Zuckerberg said. "Even global change starts small, with people like us."

Mark Zuckerberg's big Harvard speech was his most political moment yet

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

508 days ago

Stokowski was a great experimenter, and he tried seating the orchestra in every imaginable way.

“Stokowski was a great experimenter, and he tried seating the orchestra in every imaginable way

Why Is the Orchestra Seated That Way? An Explanation

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Mario Kazumichi SAKATA

510 days ago

“Each dot, each line, will possess a life of its own.” — Hokusai

“Each dot, each line, will possess a life of its own.”

Hokusai: the Great Wave that swept the world

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511 days ago

Designing Purpose

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515 days ago

"Whether you have walls up or down in the space, it doesn’t create a huge shift in culture."

Whether you have walls up or down in the space, it doesn’t create a huge shift in culture

“Coworking” doesn’t mean what it used to

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