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Product in Practice: Getting Value Out of In-App Surveys Takes Iteration

Product Talk

Committing to continuous discovery means changing the way your product team operates. It’s no longer about making decisions purely based on your intuitions or stakeholder requests, but finding ways to integrate touch points with customers into your work every week—if not every day. Continuous discovery means not making decisions purely based on your intuitions or stakeholder requests, but finding ways to integrate touch points with customers into your work every week. – Tweet This This can sound

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A no-code approach to building MVPs 

Mind the Product

The article explores how no-code and low-code development platforms empower product managers to build and launch MVPs without extensive coding knowledge. I have layered insights from my own experience in working with these tools as well. Read more » The post A no-code approach to building MVPs appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Jobs To Be Done (JTBD) – The Foundation of Great Presales Demos

Product Management University

There are countless tips and tricks that make for great presales demos. But there’s one foundational tactic that’ll set you up to crush your demos and further amplify the finer tips or tricks you wrap around it. Typical Presales Demo Formats Most presales demos fall into one of two formats. The most common is a walk-through of features and the benefits of those features.

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Want to Live Longer? Change Your Mind About Aging

Nir Eyal

Typing in “longevity” into Amazon reveals over 40,000 books on the topic. Each author purports their own cure, typically involving a special diet, miracle supplement, or painful practice. However, there is one often overlooked factor that studies have found increases lifespan by seven years or more. The post Want to Live Longer? Change Your Mind About Aging appeared first on Nir and Far.

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How To Manage Multiple Product Teams For Successful Development & Delivery

Speaker: Leslie Grandy, Product Executive & Drew Weaver, Senior Program Manager

Effective management of multiple product teams necessitates a skillful coordination and guidance with the objective of aligning efforts towards shared goals. This entails constant communication, efficient task management, and ensuring that each team aligns with the broader organizational objectives. We can think about this like conducting an orchestra, where diverse efforts are harmonized toward a unified outcome. 🎯 Proficiency in these skills empowers product managers to navigate comple

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15 Amplitude Integrations SaaS Businesses Need in 2024

Userpilot

What are Amplitude integrations? How do they work? These are 2 of the questions we answer in this article. The main reason you should read it? To learn about the 15 best integrations that the Amplitude product analytics platform offers its customers! Let’s dive right in! TL;DR Amplitude integrations are connections that allow businesses to sync data between Amplitude and other tools or data sources for cross-platform data collection, management, and analysis.

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The User Champion — Ben Hollinsworth

Mind the Product

The UK residential property market may be huge – it was worth about £280 billion last year with over a million properties sold. But anyone who’s ever tried to buy or sell a house in the UK can attest to how slow, painful and fraught with problems the process can be. More than 35% of Read more » The post The User Champion — Ben Hollinsworth appeared first on Mind the Product.

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489: Product Portfolio Management: Third of Seven Knowledge Areas of Product Mastery – with Chad McAllister, PhD

Product Innovation Educators

How product managers can master product portfolio management Watch on YouTube TLDR Portfolio management is a crucial aspect of product development that helps organizations strategically allocate resources, balance projects, and align their product innovation efforts with overall business goals. By understanding the essentials of portfolio management, product managers and leaders can better position their ideas, defend resources for their projects, and contribute to the organization’s succe

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Introducing the next generation of AI for product management

ProductBoard

With today’s launch of Productboard AI 2.0, featuring new fully-automated feedback categorization, true continuous product discovery is finally within reach. Now you can build what customers really need, increase product manager productivity, and ship even faster with the next generation of AI for product teams, fully integrated into your product management platform.

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10 Best Mixpanel Integrations for 2024

Userpilot

What are the best Mixpanel integrations in 2024? Hard to tell, as this depends on your needs and what you already have in your tech stack. Here are 10 possible contenders for the title, covering multiple use cases, from customer engagement through analytics , customer relationship management, experimentation, and digital experience optimization. TL;DR Mixpanel integrations enable you to connect it to other tools for seamless data sync.

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Generative AI Deep Dive: Advancing from Proof of Concept to Production

Speaker: Maher Hanafi, VP of Engineering at Betterworks & Tony Karrer, CTO at Aggregage

Executive leaders and board members are pushing their teams to adopt Generative AI to gain a competitive edge, save money, and otherwise take advantage of the promise of this new era of artificial intelligence. There's no question that it is challenging to figure out where to focus and how to advance when it’s a new field that is evolving everyday. 💡 This new webinar featuring Maher Hanafi, CTO of Betterworks, will explore a practical framework to transform Generative AI prototypes into

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Be fundamentally different, not incrementally better | Jag Duggal (Nubank, Facebook, Google, Quantcast)

Lenny Rachitsky

Brought to you by: • WorkOS —Modern identity platform for B2B SaaS, free up to 1 million MAUs • Mercury —The powerful and intuitive way for ambitious companies to bank • OneSchema —Import CSV data 10x faster — Jag Duggal is chief product officer at Nubank, a decacorn neobank founded in Brazil. It’s valued at over $30 billion, is bigger than Coinbase, Robinhood, Affirm, and SoFi combined, has 100 million customers (more than Bank of America!

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Navigating the shift from engineering to product – Anuja More (Product Lead, Meta, Whatsapp) at Meta

Mind the Product

Join our conversation with Anuja More, Product Lead at Meta. We delve into the lessons she learned while transitioning from engineering to product management. In our discussion, Anuja unveils the change required to switch from a mindset fixated on technical hurdles to one adept at unravelling customer needs, underscoring the vitality of curiosity and problem-solving Read more » The post Navigating the shift from engineering to product – Anuja More (Product Lead, Meta, Whatsapp) at M

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How Module-Level Product Management Strengthens Product Strategy

Gocious Blog

Managing products at the module level presents a unique set of challenges that require careful navigation and strategic planning. One of the top challenges lies in coordinating the production of modules, ensuring they meet quality standards, pricing objectives, and delivery timelines.

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60 Seconds of Johanna’s Writing WIP for May 17, 2024

Johanna Rothman

My podcast this week is from the writing book. Enjoy! I record these in video , too. (Especially since this is a speaking book! The Transcript: I’m Johanna Rothman, and this is 60 Seconds of Johanna’s Writing WIP for May 17, 2024, where I read an excerpt of just a minute of some writing in progress. This excerpt is from the speaking book. And then came the dreaded “presentations” or “class participation.” You weren't supposed to just talk to your classmates or to the teac

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Product Strategy Agility: How to Use Experiments and Options to Create Products Your Customers Love

Speaker: Johanna Rothman - Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Senior leaders often want to see months - or years - long product roadmaps. But these predictions often do not create products your customers will love. While customers aren’t fickle, they often do not know what they want until you give them something to try. That means product leaders need to integrate experiments and options into their roadmaps. In this presentation, Johanna Rothman will explain: How to limit the duration of a roadmap and show possible options.

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Customer Feedback Surveys: Types, Questions, and Templates

Userpilot

Customer feedback surveys serve as invaluable tools for gathering actionable insights directly from your audience. However, it’s important to know when and how to trigger the forms to gather user feedback , for increased response rate and data credibility. In this article, we explain the definitions, types, examples, and best practices of customer feedback questionnaires to help you increase your response rate.

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5 Ways Media and Entertainment Companies Can Use First-Party Data

Amplitude

Learn how to use first-party data to improve acquisition, retention, and monetization in media and entertainment.

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Executive product leader — Amanda Grant

Mind the Product

It’s been an exceptionally busy 12 months at OneAdvanced Software. The Birmingham,UK-based SaaS provider has completely reorganised its operations to becomecustomer-centric, and the business is now organised around eight customer sectors –distribution and logistics, education, government, health, housing, legal, Business Services , and social care.

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Minimum Viable Product (MVP): How The Iterative Process Works

The Product Coalition

Let’s talk about how an MVP actually works in practice.

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Toward a Unified Project Management Understanding

The objective of this research is to dispel misunderstandings about crucial project management terms and their definitions. It aims to accurately place these terms and facilitate a comprehensive global understanding of their meanings.

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Product Roadmapping: Frequent Challenges Automotive Manufacturers Face

Gocious Blog

In the dynamic landscape of automotive manufacturing, product roadmapping software is a crucial tool for innovation and success. However, it has its challenges. From rapid technological advancements to market demands, automotive manufacturers must navigate a complex web of factors to make successful products, and roadmaps can help make it happen.

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8 SaaS Dashboard Examples to Track Key Metrics

Userpilot

When it comes to product management, you need to look at different SaaS dashboard examples to see what kind of product analytics you can measure, and how. So what are the most important types of dashboards and which ones are the best for you? Let’s go over 8 examples of SaaS dashboards and see how they can fit your business objectives: TL;DR A SaaS dashboard centralizes KPIs, metrics, and analytics to improve user experience and drive product growth.

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Why Climate Tech Needs More PMs

Daniel Elizalde IoT Blog

In this World Product Day, I want to shine a light on one of the biggest opportunities for the PM profession: applying technology to fight the Climate crisis. I know the PM profession has an echo chamber that aims to be like FAANG companies.

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Why traditional product management may not work for Gen Z users

Mind the Product

In this article, Chetan Zawar, a product lead at TikTok, explores the evolution of product management in the digital age, highlighting differences between Millennials and Gen Z in technology use and values. He advocates for an updated approach that emphasizes authenticity, ethical practices, and rapid adaptation based on user feedback to cater to the nuanced needs of both generations.

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Harnessing Mobile-Led Growth: The Case for Mobile App Performance

In an increasingly mobile-first world, successful mobile apps have become a key driver for business growth. However, many companies still struggle to find success in the highly competitive mobile market. While many factors determine the success of a mobile app, one of the most important and often overlooked is app performance and its effect on the user experience.

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Your Guide to Effective Backlog Management (Insights from David Pereira)

airfocus

Discover expert strategies for managing your product backlog effectively with insights from top PM David Pereira. Learn how to prioritize, refine, and transform your backlog into a powerful strategic tool.

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Session Replay: Bringing qualitative insights to Mixpanel

Mixpanel

We’re excited to announce Mixpanel Session Replay is now available in beta. Up-level your customer understanding by combining quantitative insights with replays of real-time user clicks. People know and love Mixpanel for easy, fast access to customer journey data at the aggregated level. We’re making it even easier to zoom in and literally see how individuals move through your product.

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Best Marketing Analytics Software for SaaS

Userpilot

Is your team struggling to determine the return on investment (ROI) of product marketing strategies? Or are you looking for ways to improve the performance of your marketing campaigns? In either case, marketing analytics tools can come to your rescue. But with so many analytics solutions available in the market, how do you choose the right one? In this article, we’ll take a look at a few powerful marketing analytics software, focusing on their features and pricing.

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How to use Timeboxes instead of Batch Planning: Visible Progress or Focus to Finish

Johanna Rothman

If you use Scrum or any other iteration-based approach to your work, the team plans in batches for that next iteration. The iteration is a timebox. The batch is the amount of work the team thinks they can do in that timebox. If the batch is sufficiently small and your cycle time is sufficiently short, that can work. However, planning for a batch of work is push -planning.

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Embedded Analytics Insights for 2024

Organizations look to embedded analytics to provide greater self-service for users, introduce AI capabilities, offer better insight into data, and provide customizable dashboards that present data in a visually pleasing, easy-to-access format. To better understand the factors behind the decision to build or buy analytics, insightsoftware partnered with Hanover Research to survey IT, software development, and analytics professionals on why they make the embedded analytics choices they do.

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The Growth Product Leader — Quincy Hunte

Mind the Product

Qatar Airways is an multi-award-winning airline in what is a highly-competitive, highly-regulated industry and Quincy Hunte recently became the product leader responsible for ensuring the growth and success of its digital products. Quincy joined the airline as vice president of digital products in January, inspired by the challenge of driving growth in such a successful Read more » The post The Growth Product Leader — Quincy Hunte appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Idea Maps 101: How to Use Them in Your Product Strategy

The Product Manager

There’s no satisfaction quite like outlining your thoughts in a clear, structured, visual format. Here’s everything you need to know about idea mapping with your product team! The post Idea Maps 101: How to Use Them in Your Product Strategy appeared first on The Product Manager.

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Is 'Nice' a Secret Tool for Product Managers? Discover Its Hidden Power.

People-First Product Leadership

In a recent coaching session, I felt one word right in my gut. It’s a seemingly innocuous word which packs a big punch; it’s the word “nice” In the work environment, nice can imply easy to get along with or welcoming, which is beneficial for product managers who are constantly navigating cross functional dynamics. Nice also can be cringeworthy when a manager says you are “nice” during a performance review.