Developing Product Management Confidence

bpma ProductHub

She summarized her frameworks through her first book, “Software Product Management Essentials”, first out in 2003.

Building the Future of Digital Technology News with Richard MacManus


Previously, he founded ReadWriteWeb in 2003 and built it into one of the world’s most influential technology news sites. I started a site called ReadWriteWeb back in 2003, and it was one of the early technology blogs and one of the first kind of professional blogs in general.

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Design Led or Designer Led? By Liam Casey

Mind the Product

Part of the inspiration for the theory of this talk stems from the Better by Design program run in New Zealand in 2003, which aimed to inspire and enable New Zealand’s best companies to succeed by design.

5 Skills Every Product Manager Can Learn From Elon Musk

Sachin Rekhi

A great example of this was at early SpaceX in 2003 when Elon decided to unveil the Falcon 1 to the public. This weekend I had the opportunity to read Ashlee Vance's Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future.

Product Management Memory Lane with Alyssa Dver

bpma ProductHub

She summarized her frameworks through her first book, “Software Product Management Essentials”, first out in 2003. Contributed by Saikrishna Chavali. Kicking off the 2017 BPMA calendar is Alyssa Dver on using Neuroscience to build confidence.

Seven Things you can Learn From WeChat Product Development

Mind the Product

Alibaba’s Taobao is a competitor to eBay and launched Aliwangwang, an instant communication tool for buyers and sellers to interact in 2003. We tend to think of Chinese companies as imitators rather than innovators, but is this fair?

The Importance of Listening to Your Customers by David Cancel

Mind the Product

In 2003 Lego lost $300 million – even though Lego has the highest profit margin of any toy brand – and predicted a loss of $400 million in 2004.

Open innovation 2.0–and other innovation insights for product managers May 20, 2016 - The Everyday Innovator – Resources for Product Managers and Innovators

Product Innovation Educators

Chesbrough wrote his Open Innovation book in 2003. Each week I scour articles, wading through the dogs, and bringing you the best insights to help product managers, developers, and innovators be heroes. . Henry Chesbrough, father of open innovation, shares how open innovation has evolved.

Product Innovation with Rick Robinson, VP Product AARP Innovation Labs

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

In 2003 while at AOL we developed something called Match Chat. Rick Robinson is the VP of Product Development for AARP’s Innovation Labs. He began his career as a journalist and moved into digital journalism then product creation in the mid ‘90s.

Behind Every Great Product by Marty Cagan

Mind the Product

The BBC was one of the first companies to enable content syndication, and in 2003 product manager Alex Pressland started to look at where it could be used.

Product Innovation with Rick Robinson, VP Product AARP Innovation Labs

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

In 2003 while at AOL we developed something called Match Chat. Rick Robinson is the VP of Product Development for AARP’s Innovation Labs. He began his career as a journalist and moved into digital journalism then product creation in the mid ‘90s.

Goodbye Scion – What Happened To You?

The Accidental Product Manager

Scion was a separate brand that Toyota created way back in 2003. However , the Scion product managers are discovering that this is not always the case… The Scion brand was created by Toyota back in 2003 so that they could reach out to younger buyers and try out new sales techniques.

Net Promoter Score (NPS): the right way to use it + FAQs


His research culminated in a paper published in the Harvard Business Review in 2003, where Reicheld summarized his findings and unveiled the NPS metric and its associated survey question.

Does NPS Correlate to Churn?


There are five ways you should be looking at NPS as a strategic metric: NPS does correlate to growth : Since 2003 when Fred Reichheld introduced it, NPS has been strongly correlary to (and a leading indicator of) growth—through word of mouth and we now know, expansion. . Roses are red.

The Design Sprint Process – 11 Reasons To Love It

UX Studio

In 2003, Knapp – future father of The Design Sprint – realized that what he was doing at work wasn’t working. Downtown Budapest, 6 October, 21 degrees Celsius. I’m trying to warm up my tired legs before the upcoming marathon relay.

Product Management is Culture Management

Mind the Product

Bleier; University of Missouri—Columbia, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2003, Vol. Or “ How to Manage Software Development in Teams who Think Nothing Like you “ Product management has two diversity problems.

Even More Amazing Speakers for #mtpcon London 2017

Mind the Product

Mind the Product London 2017 on September 8 will be better than ever, with more workshops, more networking, and more fun than ever.

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Product Manager’s Reality

The Product Coalition

Gallup polls since 2003 have consistently shown that dissatisfaction at work runs from 70–90% when polled in Western Europe and North America. Every now and then, it’s interesting to ask: What does a Product Manager (PM) do?

Dear Strategy: 074 Jobs To Be Done (and Other Frameworks)

Dear Strategy

By all accounts, “Jobs To Be Done” was a phrase first popularized by Harvard Business Professor Clay Christensen in his book The Innovator’s Solution back in 2003. Dear Strategy: “How do I best operationalize the ‘Jobs To Be Done’ framework in my everyday strategy work?”. .

Top 10 FinTech Software Development Companies 2019

The Product Coalition

Fingent Headquarters: New York Founded in: 2003 Employees: 201–500 Minimum project size: $25 000 Hourly rates: $25–49 Contact details: Fingent has appeared on the list of the best FinTech software development companies collected by GoodFirms.

Can Apple’s Product Managers Win Back The Movie Market?

The Accidental Product Manager

In order to provide their customers with content for the iPhones and iPads, Apple created the iTunes digital store way back in 2003.

A Practitioner's Guide to Net Promoter Score (NPS)

Sachin Rekhi

Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a measure of your customer's loyalty, devised by Fred Reichheld at Bain & Company in 2003. Over the past year at LinkedIn I developed a strong appreciation for using Net Promoter Score (NPS) as a key performance indicator (KPI) to understand customer loyalty.

Behind Every Great Product


Back in 2003, a full four years before the debut of the iPhone, a young product manager at the BBC, Alex Pressland, had just finished leading a product effort that enabled the BBC to be one of the first media companies in the world to syndicate content. Article: Behind Every Great Product.

Human-Centered Design Network’s Gerry Scullion on inclusive architecture

Inside Intercom

I had a moment of clarity in 2003, a very long time ago, where I realized I was contributing to the mass destruction of the planet by producing products that were the highly disposable at the time: battery packs and stuff that was just protecting a couple of four AA batteries.

The Ultimate List of Product Leaders You Must Follow (UPDATED)

The Product Coalition

He founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Stanford. Who are the best product managers?

The Rollaboard suitcase and the Paradox of Specificity

The Product Coalition

I had no idea that it would take off like it did,” Plath told USA Today in 2003. Photo by yousef alfuhigi on Unsplash The Rollaboard suitcase was invented just over 30 years ago by a highly resourceful American pilot called Robert Plath. It was designed with just a tiny audience in mind?—?airline

The Next Chapter in Online Content Discovery

Sachin Rekhi

The eventual popularization of RSS and their associated RSS readers, including Bloglines (2003) and Google Reader (2005), made this all possible. In addition, Delicious (2003) launched a social bookmarking service which became equally beneficial as a content discovery tool.

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What Should Product Managers Do When Their Main Product Fails?

The Accidental Product Manager

The company was founded in 2003 and had raised US$6.9M Theranos is in bad shape, but they have introduced a new product Image Credit: Wikipedia. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you’ve probably heard about a company called Theranos. They are a Silicon Valley startup that attracted a lot of attention. They claimed that they had invented a product that with just a minute amount of blood from an individual could run a large number of health tests.

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

Inside Intercom

Salesforce figured out in 2003 that just having the list of partners on our site that integrated with customers wasn’t enough; we needed to facilitate the discovery, the ranking and the promotion of community advocacy around these solutions.

Top App Development Agencies 2018–2019

The Product Coalition

Raizlabs About the agency: Founded in 2003 by Greg Raiz, Raizlabs has been around for a while, and saw the rise of the Apple iPhone. In the past few days we’ve been browsing the internet with a single purpose?—?to to find this year’s top app development agencies.

What can product managers learn from a 1920s newspaper pioneer?


This sounds exactly like something Clayton Christensen could have said in Innovator’s Solution (2003). Quite a bit, it turns out… Usage data … user needs … segments & personas … ethnographic user studies… I’d always reckoned these concepts and techniques came about in the ’70s and ’80s, as modern product design took hold.

“It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times” – Every CEO Ever | Tim Barker, DataSift | BoS Europe 2018

Business of Software Conference

I you know I started in the SaaS space in 2003. Tim Barker, CEO, DataSift. Tim Barker has established three startups and has seen the ups and downs of the startup journey, from his first business being acquired by Salesforce – where he spent five years in the formative age of cloud computing – to his current company DataSift being acquired by Meltwater in 2018. He is a keen advocate for transparency, eating humble pie, and being big enough to own your mistakes.