I’m Stephen Okoye

Product Manager, Agile Coach, Podcaster, Speaker and problem solver.

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Developer/Engineer turned Agile/Product coach

Stephen is a developer/engineer turned PLAiD (Product, Lean, Agile, Innovation and DevOps) specialist. He is currently an IT Product leader at ExxonMobil where he advises senior IT leaders and leads a global team of PLAiD professionals as part of the Digital Transformation of the $185B enterprise (~ 8000 personnel)..

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Speaking Events & Workshops

Stephen speaks at several company-internal events, conferences, Meetup groups and communities of practice. He was voted the best speaker at the 2nd Operational Excellence & Organisational Agility Improvement for Energy Sector Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

His talks are focused on inspiring product and lean-agile mindset and creating a culture of inventiveness.

He also facilitates workshops and participate in panel discussions that is aimed at helping individuals and organization address the product management and digital transformation challenges.

Stephen is an expert and thought leader on the following topics:

  • Product Management
  • Agile/Digital Transformation Strategy
  • Innovation
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Leaders are readers...

When I get busy, I get stupid.” ― Austin Kleon

I often hear many product managers and digital transformation leaders, tell me 'Stephen, I am very busy and don't have time to read'. While it is true that product managers are very busy, I will recommend that you make time to read and learn from lot's of thought leaders out there.

To help you save the time to look, I have curated some of favourite resources from other below.

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