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Get Your Team Experimenting More by Using One Little Word…

Mind the Product

For me, as for many, the idea of applying a scientific approach (experiments, hypothesis, etc) to product management came from Eric Ries in Lean Startup. In many ways, the concept was a game changer in how to approach validating product ideas and getting to product market fit.

Product Camp: Getting Promoted to Director

Mironov Consulting

Attendees of Product Camp Silicon Valley 2017 voted up this talk on “ Getting Promoted to Director.” ” We had an energetic discussion, including several real-work-life examples of senior product managers who were thinking about the next job up; or had already talked with their managers about promotional opportunities; or who may have accidentally set hard deadlines for roles that may not be open in time.

A Certain Ratio – Bringing the Donuts 03/27/2017

Ken Norton

What's the ideal number of engineers for every PM? -. I spend a lot of time with startups, and a good portion of that time helping them think through organizational questions. One of the most common questions I get from growing startups is, what’s the ideal ratio of engineers to product managers? (A A different kind of P/E ratio.) For fun

How To Price Your Product Correctly

The Accidental Product Manager

Setting the right price can determine if your product will be a success Image Credit: Allen. When I talk with product managers, over and over again I hear that the one task that they all fear the most is setting a price for their product. I’m not 100% sure why this is such a big deal.

User Research – Making it Work in Government – Katy Arnold (ProductTank London)

Mind the Product

Katy Arnold, Head of User Research and Design at The Home Office, talks to ProductTank London about making User Research Work in Government. The civil service has traditionally been focussed on moving paper.

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Product Management Tools in Everyday Life – Oisin Zimmermann (ProductTank Oslo)

Mind the Product

When you first start building a product you have a lot of decisions to make. You have to figure out what to build, what to build first , and know how to explain your decisions to both yourself and your team.