Mary Meeker Internet Trends 2019 vs 2002


Take a look at her analysis from 2019 and her 2002 report. The post Mary Meeker Internet Trends 2019 vs 2002 appeared first on Development Corporate. Mary Meeker from Bond Capital is the undisputed leader in using big data to describe and analyze the major trends in the tech industry. She has published a renowned annual research report since 2001. The differences and trends are fascinating. Product Management

Internal Product Development by Lucia Adams

Mind the Product

In 2002, she huddled into a “bunker room” at The Times to rethink the direction of the newspaper as it moved from a print to a digital model. Developing influence across an organisation allows you to drive products – and transformation – forward. In this ProductTank London talk, Lucia Adams goes through examples and learning from her own experience (including all the times she got it wrong) as she offers her personal framework for accelerating change in business.


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Resume and Interview Workshop with Keith Cline

bpma ProductHub

In 2002, Keith founded Dissero, a recruiting firm focused on early to mid-stage venture-backed technology companies. Contributed by Cait Porte. In November, the Boston Women in Product (BWP) hosted an event with the support of Keith Cline. The event focused on resume writing and interview preparation specific to the Product Management function. Keith has spent the last 15 years helping grow Boston’s vibrant technology and startup communities.

Resume and Interview Workshop with Keith Klein

bpma ProductHub

In 2002, Keith founded Dissero, a recruiting firm focused on early to mid-stage venture-backed technology companies. Contributed by Cait Porte. In November, the Boston Women in Product (BWP) hosted an event with the support of Keith Cline. The event focused on resume writing and interview preparation specific to the Product Management function. Keith has spent the last 15 years helping grow Boston’s vibrant technology and startup communities.

Creating and Marketing Cybersecurity Products by Richard Reiner

Mind the Product

Between 2002 and 2006, cybersecurity technologies for networks were now entering into a period of maturity. In this ProductTank Toronto talk, Richard Reiner , Executive Chairman at dfuse , takes us through various case studies and lessons learned from his experience building and marketing products in the cybersecurity space. His key points include: Creating a category at Assurent. Surviving in a maturing market at Enomaly. Consumer security at PasswordBox. Creating a Category at Assurent.

Gibson Biddle – Wicked Hard Decisions at Netflix

Mind the Product

In 2002, Netflix went public. There was a major anthrax scare in 2002, making people afraid to open their mail. Gibson Biddle has worked in product at several entertainment companies, such as Netflix, Mattel, and EA, as well as educational companies such as Chegg and The Learning Company. In his presentation, he discusses “wicked hard” decision-making and how it is a practiced art, and can be very easy with practice.

March 10 & 12: Designing, Structuring and Leading Product Organizations (Toronto, Kitchener)

Mironov Consulting

He founded Product Camp, has been blogging about software product management since 2002 and his “Art of Product Management” was one of the first books on the subject. Saeed Khan and I will be leading a pair of one-day workshops in Toronto and Kitchener/Waterloo — providing insights, frameworks and tools to help attendees create high-performing product management teams. Toronto: March 10th, 8:30am – 5:00pm @ WeWork Scotia Plaza, 40 King Street West #41st Fl, Toronto M5H 3Y2.

Why Commitment Culture Wins by Damian Hughes

Mind the Product

Taken from Baron & Hannan, 2002. In this ProductTank Manchester talk, Damian Hughes proposes that we should strive to create “commitment cultures”, as this kind of culture more often wins than other forms of culture. Damian roots the talk, and his book , on taking the lessons from a high-performing sports team – FC Barcelona – and applying them to business. The types of culture within organisations can often be a lottery.

May 7 w/ Saeed Khan: Designing, Structuring and Leading Product Organizations (online)

Mironov Consulting

He founded Product Camp, has been blogging about software product management since 2002 and his “Art of Product Management” was one of the first books on the subject. What: “Designing, Structuring and Leading Product Organizations” online workshop. When: May 7 , 9am – Noon PT (Noon – 3pm ET). Where: online (link provided to attendees). Register here , limited to 16 participants.

Why Drawing Maps Sharpens Your Thinking

Product Talk

2002, March). In 2002 AAAI Spring Symposium, Sketch Understanding Workshop, Stanford University, AAAI Technical Report SS-02-08 (pp. “Could it have been the drawing of maps that boosted our ancestors beyond the threshold which the other apes just failed to cross?”. – Richard Dawkins. Have you ever wondered why the Business Model Canvas spread like wildfire? To me, the answer is clear.

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Product Managers Deal With New Wrinkles In Marketing Skin Care Products

The Accidental Product Manager

Botox was first approved for cosmetic use back in 2002. Botox product managers now have to face new rivals Image Credit: Leslie Nguyen. Good news for product managers – nobody likes to get old! In fact, nobody really likes to look like they are getting old.

Collection, Analysis, Action: A Beginner’s Guide to the Product Stack


Since 2002, they have helped both scale-ups and large enterprises achieve their conversion, engagement, and retention goals. This post is written by TWG, a product consultancy specializing in modern application development , data engineering, and product growth.

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Product Management History: The Nineties, The Noughties, and Beyond

The Product Coalition

2002 saw the start of the APM program, which Marissa Mayer introduced at Google. At the close of 2020, when we’re on the brink of entering a new decade, we thought it’d be a good time for a little history lesson.


The Product Coalition

The year was around 2002. Is the product manager actually the intelligence officer of the company? As a child, I loved reading fiction books such as “The secret seven”, “The famous five”, “Hasamba” and such. I also loved all the Agatha Christie books and movies. As I was a curios kid (and today curious man), I used to learn and read about a variety of subjects?—?from from history through science and nature. I just loved data.

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The Best NPS Tools & Software + How to Use Them to Cut Churn by Up To 30%


And no wonder: it was developed on the basis of studies from 1999 to 2002, Fred Reicheld and his team found a strong correlation between company growth rates and Net Promoter Scores in a variety of sectors.

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Top Cross-Platform App Development Companies in 2020

The Product Coalition

hourly rates: $25–49 Employees: 1000–9999 Founded: 2002 Headquarters: USA iTechArt Group is a famous custom software development company based in New York, USA. Since 2002, they have already helped dozens of VC-backed startups and fast-growing tech companies build successful, scalable products that users love. Are you still thinking over whom you can trust and depute implementing your big app idea?

What Lifecycle or Agile Approach Fits Your Context? Part 5, Origins of Agile Approaches

Johanna Rothman

That set the scene for the Scrum certifications in about 2002. The original signatories of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development wanted to solve these specific problems: How can we: Bring more adaptability to software development? Stop “ plan the work and work the plan ” thinking? Release something of value earlier? Especially since teams now had these levers, from the iterative and incremental approaches: Prototype something for fast feedback.

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A simple calculation on how Tech can save the world. And is not what you might think.

Bogdan Coman Says

1) There is a lot of debate around this statement that was initially made by Jim Johnson from Standish Group at XP Conference in 2002 (his estimation was 64%). Roughly half of the features in tech products are never used, or used very rarely. In simple words, the effort to build them is just waste. (1) 1) There are around 25 million direct productive software engineers in the world. (2) 2) As a rule of thumb, the development accounts for only one-third of the budget in software projects.

3 Data-Driven Tactics Meetup is Considering to Optimize Offline Connections


Meetup’s co-founder and CEO Scott Heiferman says he created the company in 2002 to “use the Internet to get people off of the Internet.” But even an offline community can be optimized with data-driven tactics. At a live podcast recording at the UX + Data Meetup, Heiferman told Indicative co-founders Jeremy Levy and Andrew Weinreich about how Meetup plans to bring people together using new technology.

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Media Product vs The Rest: The High Leverage Phenomenon In Media Products

The Product Coalition

And in 2002 Tobey Maguire got to play the role. Hulu purchased the rights of Seinfeld in 2015 for $150 Million. For the same deal after 4 years Netflix wrote a check of $400 Million.

A book for all Product Managers: The Art of Product Management

All About Product Management

Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator by Rich Mironov This book compiles some of Rich's most popular columns from 2002 to 2008. It includes thoughts on building and maintaining product organizations, understanding how customers think, ideas for how to price new products, and ways to motivate people who don’t work for you. Collected into a single volume, it paints a picture of a typical interrupt-driven day.

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5 Lessons from SpaceX for Product Managers in 2020

The Product Coalition

Because SpaceX is a relatively new venture in terms of humanity’s obsession with the cosmos (the company was established in 2002 and we’ve been star-gazing since Babylon) it can feel like everything they’re doing is happening very suddenly, and is therefore unrealistic. What would it take to put humanity on Mars? Apparently it’s going to take six thousand passionate employees, and one real-life Iron Man CEO. Welcome to SpaceX.

4 key steps towards a growth engine strategy

Product Warrior

To illustrate how to use this tool, below is a made up example reviewing Apple in Jan 2002 after a successful launch of the first iPod. Growth is the focus for most companies, unfortunately margin levels and cost of customer acquisition frequently presents the limiting factor that simply doubling marketing spend is not an option. Reviewing product strategy to design a growth engine for established business is a common ask of product leadership, although few businesses achieve it.

Selling Vs. Learning

Mironov Consulting

Here’s my interview guide from 2002.) I talk with product managers all the time, and always ask whether they are talking directly with end users and target customers. The most frequent response from enterprise product managers is “Of course! I’m on sales calls two or three times a week.” . That’s great, and helps push the current-quarter revenue needle, but is IMHO a terrible way to learn about general customer needs and broader market trends.

Getting Developers’ Buy-In on Build versus Buy

Mironov Consulting

The interface is from 2002 and only a handful of our employees can operate it, but it contains dozens of pre-written email templates. In theory, Build versus Buy decisions should be straightforward: we compare off-the-shelf offerings with the time/cost/expertise to create them ourselves; we run the numbers; then we make an objective financial-technical decision before starting any work. In practice, these decisions sneak up on us after a lot of work has been done.

Web Design Inspiration in 2019: Where to Search for Ideas If You are Stuck?

UX Studio

Thus Template Monster was born back in 2002. . Working as a web designer requires a lot of creativity, skills, constant personal and professional development. Those who perceive the world in a new way, find hidden patterns, make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena and generate solutions will always remain competitive in our dynamic world. Today we will talk about web design inspiration. The uncertainty with the question “How can I be more creative?” happens to everyone.

How Can Product Managers Get Kids To Buy Groceries?

The Accidental Product Manager

between 2002 and 2007. How to get millennials to buy groceries Image Credit: Britt-knee. If you were the product manager for a grocery store, you wouldn’t think that you’d have to worry about getting young people to come into your store and buy things, would you? I mean, we all need the food products that grocery stores sell.

7 Lessons We Learned About Product Development From Our Own Customers


Intuit recognized the value in the feedback and in 2002, launched Quickbooks — accounting software for small to medium sized businesses. At the Product Analytics Summit in Seattle this past March, we chatted with some of our customers about how they use Amplitude as part of their product development toolbox.

Salesforce’s Mike Kreaden on how to build a platform to drive growth

Inside Intercom

You’ve had a number of roles at Salesforce since you joined the company back in early 2002, from product management to startup relations. When I started in 2002, I was the first product manager for the API. Knowing when it’s time to become a platform is a delicate thing, as Mike Kreaden , Managing Director of Salesforce Incubator, discovered.

Why the Ride-Share market in Australia is proving hard for disruptors

The Product Coalition

Only seven years later in 2002, its estimated eBay owned 70% of the US based online auction market. Photo by Bogdan Kupriets on Unsplash eBay was famously launched in the home of Pierre Omidyar as AuctionWeb way back in September of 1995. And from then to now, the eCommerce giants of eBay, Amazon and Alibaba have scaled exponentially with a hockey-stick like growth curve you’d expect from a digital marketplace once network effects kick in.

Optimizing for Fundamental vs Strategic Value

Sachin Rekhi

Last.FM , a social music service founded in 2002, was ultimately acquired by CBS Interactive for $280M in May 2007. Every week I meet with different entrepreneurs asking for my advice on topics ranging from funding strategy, exit opportunities, user acquisition, monetization, to technology investment.

Top 6 E-Commerce Mobile App Development Companies in Singapore To Hire in 2019

The Product Coalition

Being founded by a group of experienced engineering professionals in 2002, Tvisha has grown to a digital product development company with nearly 100 industry experts on board. Due to the fast diffusion of technologies into different fields of our lives, society’s addiction to mobile devices is growing too. That is why many entrepreneurs have rethought their approach to e-Commerce and started realizing the urgent need of having a mobile app.

Network effects and Feedback loops?—?the Betamax and VHS story

The Product Coalition

The last Sony Betamax unit was produced in 2002. Network effects and Feedback loops?—?the the Betamax and VHS story Photo by Chris Lawton on Unsplash As a teenage boy in Australia in the early 1980’s, I would regularly go down to the local video store in the Brisbane suburb of Albion to rent a movie. It was a novel concept for those of us privileged enough to have a Video Cassette player (a.k.a. a VCR) in the home.