Updated: January 27, 2023 - 4 min read
If you’re human, you probably would’ve heard all about the latest Netflix show causing a storm, Wednesday. If it wasn’t a creepy dance video you saw on Instagram or TikTok, then it might have been a trailer or interview with some of the cast. Whether Goth is your thing or not (see what we did there), Wednesday is where it is at, right now. So much so, we thought we’d do a roundup of the cast to reflect A Product Team. Take a look:
Wednesday, The VP of Product
A natural leader with the capacity to understand and predict market trends and discover the "next big thing." Her cool, calm, and collected attitude is a valuable asset when working under pressure. Her bold and striking goth wardrobe is a testament to her fearlessness, which could translate to her being unafraid to take risks.
Enid, The Product Manager
Her "super bubbly" personality and optimistic attitude make her an invaluable asset in decision-making and problem-solving. Her status as a she-wolf highlights her ability to face challenging situations. Even though her journey was not easy, Enid can learn from her mistakes and develop innovative solutions quickly.
Thing, The Product Support Specialist
Always happy to lend a hand (get it), Thing provides assistance and support to the team in solving any issues related to the product. It works closely with other members to identify and troubleshoot problems and provide necessary guidance and solutions. Its presence brings a sense of calm and reassurance to the team, especially during times of stress or uncertainty.
Morticia and Gomez, The Product Marketing Managers
This duo develops and implements strategies for bringing new products to market and building solid customer relationships. Morticia's ability to keep important information confidential and use it to her advantage is an asset for market research and analysis. Gomez brings a great sense of dedication, commitment and a curious mindset for the team.
Uncle Fester, The Software Engineer
As an eccentric, he brings a strong sense of curiosity and experimentation to the team. He's unafraid to think outside the box and try new and unconventional methods. He's responsible for researching, designing, and developing new products and making sure they meet the needs of the customers and the company's goals.
Eugene, The Data Analyst
His nerdy personality suggests that he is highly analytical, detail-oriented, and has a strong understanding of complex data systems. He’s passionate about data, and has the ability to identify patterns and trends. He's responsible for collecting and analyzing data to help inform product development and marketing decisions, as well as identifying opportunities for growth and improvement.
Marilyn Thornhill, The Sales Representative
She is a highly motivated individual driven by a need to achieve her goals. Her experience working as the only "normie" staff member makes her a great asset in building relationships with more traditional clients and promoting the company's products or services. Her intolerance of failure drives her to do whatever it takes to close a sale and achieve her targets.
Larissa Weems, The CEO
She's a determined and ambitious leader. Her experience in a competitive and demanding environment has honed her skills in strategic thinking and decision-making. Her willingness to confront her past and overcome her nemesis shows a level of resiliency and adaptability which are valuable assets in a fast-paced industry.
He's responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient functioning of the team. Some of his tasks include coordinating and managing the day-to-day activities. His sixth sense for detecting danger allows him to anticipate and identify potential issues before they arise. Lurch is a strong advocate for the team's goals and objectives and will work tirelessly to ensure their success.
This is all for edutainment purposes, of course. In all seriousness, ready to understand what it really takes to work in Product?
Updated: January 27, 2023