Pivot Triggers Course – Tuesday "deadline"
Now is the best time yet to start learning and using Pivot Triggers.
If think you might be interested, register by this Tuesday (15th March). It won’t commit you to the course but it will save your space. Dates TBC, aiming for April/May.
(I want to run this second cohort with Maven, who have a deadline for applications. I’ll do it with or without them, but Maven are the experts in cohort-based courses and their capabilities will make the experience smoother for everyone.)
The information about Pivot Triggers will always be available for free through this email list and at pivot-triggers.com (updated today). You can piece everything together yourself if you want. But there’s nothing quite like the accountability and camaraderie you get on a cohort-based course – with a bunch of folks figuring ideas out together.
Why is now the best time?
Pivot Triggers has come a long way since I shared the first article at the end of 2020.
I've honed and simplified the methods through directly applying them with dozens of product people across 8 teams.
I’ve shared ideas from Pivot Triggers with companies from startups to established global tech companies, and with organisations from the California Office of Innovation to Harvard University.
I had a blast running the first small group course last Autumn (huge shout out to Susan, Mike, Kate, David, Dorian and Corissa!).
And my conversation on the UX Maturity Podcast highlighted just how many people working in product today have the struggles that Pivot Triggers is designed to tackle.
What does the course involve?
More details, including videos, over at pivot-triggers.com. Or hit reply and tell me what you need to know!
Here’s the link again to register your interest:
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