I want to write about what I’m calling charity product management’s ‘moneyball moment’. It’s the point where we realise that we’re doing product wrong by following the Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur idea of how products exist in the world and develop a new paradigm for product based on systems thinking, feminism, ecology. It moves away from the individualistic approach of user-centred design and takes a system-shifting approach. But whenever I try to write, I can’t find the words to make it make sense.

Watched Into The Wild again. I’ve seen it before and it’s been years since I read the book. It’s a story that speaks to me.

Started thinking about what effective new product development might look like. What kind of process, skills, knowledge, resources, etc.