Gráinne shares her incrediblly valuable experiences on the importance of getting the data team involved early on.
Brad shares fascinating stories of his time as an entrepreneur as well as in his current position at Snowflake and how he handles communication between engineering and product.
Communicating with clients about design as an agency, brings a new complexity to the overall challenge. Justin explains how he manages expectations, communication and particularly feedback!
Arne Kittler, CPO at Facelift and former VP Product at Xing, covers many great topics such as the importance of early alignment, setting clear expectations and more.
It’s time for our second change log of this year and I am excited to share what we’ve shipped in only the past two weeks!
Kat brings a lot of engineering experience to the table and shares her insights and critique on agile product management and communication.
Andre shares stories and learnings of what he has experienced at Glovo & Kitch and what he is now teaching at OneMonthPM.
Being vulnerable with each other is a pre-requisite for building great things. Almitra shares some great advice on how that translates to communication.
How do you align the goals of both design and product? The two don't have to be in opposition. Robert talks about the importance of thinking on a spectrum.
We've been hard at work shipping new features within Spoke to help product & engineering teams communicate better and build faster. Excited to share the latest updates with you.
Luca Migliore, Lead Product Designer at SumUp, joined me to talk about communication challenges he faced with the many PMs he has worked with throughout his career.
Enzo’s insights underscore the importance of leveraging team strengths, open communication, and the balance between methodical processes and intuitive actions.
A reflection on what has happened in the AI space throughout 2023 and a comprehensive outlook on what 2024 might hold in store. Hear from renowned experts
Unlock startup potential with AI: Revolutionize ideation, pitch effortlessly, craft seamless UI/UX, turn meetings into structured records, and replace information overload with actionable insights.
Discover strategies for managing internal feature requests in Slack, including centralization, channel summarization, and keyword alerts, to streamline your product development process.
By leveraging AI, we can enhance our efficiency, gain deeper insights, streamline communication, and make more informed decisions. Learn how to upgrade your workflows using the Spoke app for Slack.
Spoke.ai is now SOC 2 Type II compliant, exemplifying our strong commitment to data security practices. Prioritizing data minimization & anonymization, and global security standards, with AI ethics at heart.
LangChain is a tool that enables chaining of large language models (LLMs) to improve performance and flexibility in AI prompting, resulting in faster AI responses and an enhanced user experience.
Through AI-powered summarization, prioritization, augmented drafts & reminders, and sentiment analysis, Gmail can transform from mere email management to fostering productive async communication.
AI can improve Microsoft Teams for product and engineering teams with summarization, prioritization, proactive context, and pattern analysis – enhancing productivity and reducing information overload.
At Spoke we've seen firsthand how a diverse team can enhance your product development process and lead to a more robust, inclusive, and effective user experience.
Slack has become the main communication channel for many teams – this constant influx of notifications can quickly become overwhelming. Here AI can come in to streamline communication.
Biases are introduced into algorithms in various ways, e.g. in framing the problem or collecting data. By understanding and correcting biases, we can build debiased AI models that serve everyone.
This post explains how we tackle data privacy at Spoke and how we make sure to not disclose any PII data in our databases or to any third party apps. One of the ways we ensure this is by leveraging Presidio – a data protection and de-identification SDK by Microsoft.
At Spoke we aspired to build a remote-first team from the first day. With team members in 6 different countries, we bring the team together twice per year to co-work and get to know each other.
Do you need to pivot but haven’t realized yet? That was us last year. As product managers and founders, it’s crucial to recognize when things aren’t on the right path.
We’re excited to announce our pre-seed funding round together with the open beta launch of our App for Slack! We’re grateful to be on this journey together with our amazing investors and early beta users.
This a quick introduction and guide to RabbitMQ, a powerful open-source message broker for event-driven systems, allowing components to send and receive messages reliably and asynchronously.
The main challenge of this blog post was to figure out how to make our internal data annotation process for ranking updates more efficient and less mundane, by potentially moving away from a relatively complicated set-up with Google Forms, and creating a more efficient and beautiful flow with Airtable.
At Spoke we believe in the ethical use of technologies and aim to build meaningful processes aligned with our core values. Therefore, we incorporated a Responsible AI checklist in our code contribution flow – similar to as we have checks for adding unit tests and other engineering best practices.
This is an introduction to the evaluation measures which can be used to ensure that NLP models perform well at ranking the textual data they receive. This importance ranking, of the textual inputs our models process, is one of the building blocks Spoke uses in order to generate valuable summaries for our users.
Collaborative work can foster a sense of engagement that brings teams into alignment and helps to develop more effective communication. And it makes sense to have input from different perspectives when working on complex tasks, right? Teamwork is essential, especially when delivering cross-functional projects. But how can you tell when your team is collaborating too much?
Internal communication is essential for an organization to function. From strategy meetings and company-wide updates, to Slack messages or a coffee-break chat. As companies make the shift towards distributed working, many experience issues with alignment and internal communication. Knowing when to choose synchronous vs asynchronous communication is central to communicating successfully and keeping people in the loop.
Advice on how to maximize productivity is seemingly endless – from avoiding multitasking and kicking that coffee addiction, to optimizing your sleep pattern. What works for one person isn’t a fit for everyone. Looking for ways to ramp up your productivity? We’re no gurus, but at least we can share what’s working for each of us!
2021 was a big year for artificial intelligence and paved the way for further innovation in 2022. Things are moving fast, but sometimes it can be hard to discern what’s valuable amidst all the hype, so we brought together our favourite people from the field, to share their highlights from 2021 and predictions for the coming year... Spoiler alert: we’re pretty excited about what AI has to offer in 2022!
We spend over half of our working hours searching for and sharing information: responding to messages, chasing progress updates, and keeping stakeholders in the loop. In the right situation, overcommunicating can streamline information sharing in the workplace and encourage team alignment – giving us the context we need to work effectively.