Starting my professional journey at Flipkart as an interaction designer to helping Gojek scale its suite of payment products & growing small teams to be important partners in the org, I have been fortunate to work alongside some of the smartest and the most supporting people :). Having worked as a Product Manager and designer for years, I have been leading a group of teams who help organisations achieve audacious goals through products that users desire. I am a design graduate , Engineer by heart who codes occasionally. I indulge in transforming ideas into market-ready products with an amazing experience.
The sheer scale of impact that one creates in people's lives through Gojek is momentous. The fact that Gojek alone contributes more than 1% in Indonesia's GDP is a testimony to its impact.
Asking the right questions, mostly.
Being a Jack of many trades
Balancing being hands-on and hands-off depending on context
I do not follow any as such but occasionally I read ideas shared by Marty Cagan (SVPG) and Ben Thompson (Stratechery). I do believe that anyone who is engaged in building products and services must understand their offering is a mere means to an end for users. Users prefer those means which are easy, efficient and intuitive to use. So, I always recommend "Don't Make Me Think" by Steve Krug to anyone who asks.
I have been an active user of Google Keep since its launch. It's a simple application packed not just with powerful features but also great performance on all devices.
Google Maps - It's an indispensable travel companion! It's an epitome of product brilliance that abstracts the complex but beautiful technology behind the scenes to make users' lives simpler.