I Was a Product Manager Before It Was Cool

ProductCraft

2004 feels like a century ago. But 2004 was the year that a mentor took. Think about it. We didn’t have Airbnb and Uber. It would be three more years before the first iPhone would make its appearance, two years before the launch of AWS, and almost a full decade before the emergence of Slack. The post I Was a Product Manager Before It Was Cool appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo. Perspectives Agile B2B PM Role

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Product Goals in Scrum

Roman Pichler

Background Story : Readers familiar with the history of Scrum—sometimes lovingly referred to as Scrumtorians—will undoubtedly know that it has contained sprint goals at least since 2002 and a (product) vision since 2004 , even though the latter is not mentioned in the Scrum Guide.

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Using One-to-One Messenger Bots for Lead Generation

AB Tasty

Launched in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook quickly took the world by storm, bringing friends and families together from around. Read more. This article was originally posted on AB Tasty as Using One-to-One Messenger Bots for Lead Generation. Conversion Optimization User Experience

Nulab makes IPO listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange

Nulab

Founded in 2004 in Japan, Nulab creates productivity software used by over 4 million people in over 190 countries. Nulab Inc., an international collaboration software company headquartered in Fukuoka, Japan, has debuted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Growth Market.

The Power of Amazon's Written Narratives

Sachin Rekhi

But by 2004, Jeff Bezos had become increasingly frustrated with the lack of productivity he felt from the exec meetings he held with product teams. In 2004, Bezos and team came across an essay by Edward Tufte , a Yale professor who is an authority on the visualization of information.

Product Goals in Scrum

Roman Pichler

Background Story : Readers familiar with the history of Scrum—sometimes lovingly referred to as Scrumtorians—will undoubtedly know that it has contained sprint goals at least since 2002 and a (product) vision since 2004 , even though the latter is not mentioned in the Scrum Guide.

What’s Make or Break in Game UI Design?

StudioTeam

World of Warcraft (2004). Some members of UX studio had a nostalgic discussion about video games not too long ago.

A Microsoft Bigot’s Guide To Windows 10

Modus Create

I’m quite impressed with what I’m seeing as of Windows 10 version 2004. Windows 10 Version 2004 Better than Expected! Even though build 2004 was available, it never got installed on my machine until many days later. Then 2004 got installed, and everything got much better.

Top Product Design Companies to Work With in 2021

StudioTeam

The company was founded by three enthusiasts who met at Howard Dean’s Presidential campaign in 2004. Ustvo started as a small company founded by 2 best friends in the UK in 2004.

How and When to Use Timeboxes, Iterations, and Sprints to be Most Effective

Johanna Rothman

2004?) A colleague unfamiliar with lifecycles or agility asked, “How can we use sprints in this approach?” ” and pointed to a phase-gate approach with documentation deliverables after each phase. It looked just like the serial lifecycle in the image on the left.

Saying Goodbye

The Product Bistro

Sales training in 2004 in Europe. It has become almost a religion to me, and I think that I have done some memorable runs: Paris -Running to the Eiffel Tower, through the Arc de Triomphe and back to our hotel (2004 sales training.).

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Web3 versus Web 3.0: The Basic Concepts and Differences

The Product Coalition

the next generation of web technology, all that changed in 2004. For the past few weeks, I have been researching the Web3 phenomenon. I noticed that there seems to be a lot of confusion over the differences between Web3 (the decentralized and blockchain-based Web) and Web 3.0,

Scaling the Product Owner Role

Roman Pichler

A common technique to do this is unbundling a feature and releasing it as a separate product—like Facebook did with the Messenger app in 2004. Scaling and the Product Life Cycle. To understand if and when the product owner role should be scaled, I find it helpful to consider the product’s life cycle stage. As long as a product is young and hasn’t reached product-market fit—or is close to achieving it—I recommend having a single person in charge of the product.

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Bain Public

FITC Toronto 2004, Canada Flash Forward 2004, San Francisco, U.S. I am ready to provide business leaders and product managers the information, access, and expert guidance that they wish they had earlier in their product journey.

How To Build Your Audience Well Before Launching Your Product

Sachin Rekhi

Only in 2004 did they eventually launch Basecamp , their flagship project management app to a welcome audience of blog readers, including designers, software enthusiasts, small businesses, and more. Rand Fishkin launched SEOmoz.org in 2004 to share his thoughts as he learned about SEO. Most entrepreneurs assume that the marketing and audience building phase of their startup begins post product launch.

How to Evaluate and Create Great Product Management Teams

280 Group

2004).?Psychological Join us for our webinar on July 26th, Becoming Expert: Are you the Product Leader your team needs? where we’ll tackle what it takes to create great teams in more detail. When I think of product or market-oriented teams, I think about meetings. In fact, Product Managers are more likely to have meetings with folks outside of product management as inside it. As Product Managers, here are examples of meetings where we all wander in to address a topic.

Sydney, 1 March 2018 Meetup: Building & Scaling Product Teams

Mironov Consulting

About Brainmates : Founded in 2004, Brainmates provides professional Product Management and Marketing training and consulting throughout Australia. Topic: Building & Scaling Product Teams. How Do We Make Them Work? Where: Sydney , AU (location TBD). When: Thursday, 1 March, 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Registration page. Hosted by Product Talks Sydney and Brainmates. Building and scaling a product team is a challenge that every successful product company faces.

Purple Squirrels and Your Product Team

Under 10 Consulting

Facebook was founded in 2004; Twitter in 2006—so it’s unlikely there are many people who meet the “15 year” requirement. Many product management job postings are impossible to fill. The idea is to find someone with many years of experience in product management… with a similar product… built on similar technology… in a similar domain… serving a similar market. They’re looking for a unicorn. Recruiters use another term for this: The Purple Squirrel.

[Breaking News] Verint Systems Acquires Telligent: Customer Community Core to Customer Engagement Strategy

TSIA

When I first began publishing research on customer communities as a self-service channel in 2004, few companies had a community, and most were afraid of the “free-for-all” nature of discussion forums, fearful of what customers might say.

The Best Custom Software Development Companies in Poland

The Product Coalition

Since 2004, the company has delivered services for startups and already world-famous brands. The Most Trusted Custom Software Development Companies in Poland Are you looking for a reliable software development partner for your business?

How Would You Improve Instagram as a Product Manager?

The Product Coalition

As stated on their website, “Originally founded in 2004 as Facebook, Meta’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together” This goes hand in hand with the mission of Instagram stories.

Recommender Systems, a Popular Media Introduction

The Product Coalition

Untitled, 2020 (by me) In 2004, Chris Anderson wrote “ The Long Tail ” , an article that motivates the need for recommender systems. A Collection of News Articles by Popular Media that Explain Recommender Systems in a Way Everyone Can Understand.

Sydney, 1 March 2018 Workshop: Managing Stakeholders and Priorities

Mironov Consulting

” About Brainmates : Founded in 2004, Brainmates provides professional Product Management and Marketing training and consulting throughout Australia. Managing Stakeholders and Priorities: A One Day Workshop for Product Managers. Cohosted by Brainmates and Rich Mironov. Where: Brainmates, Level 6 / 100 Clarence St, Sydney, Australia. When: 1 March 2018, 8:45am – 5:00 pm. Cost: $995 AUD, register here.

10+ Resources to awaken your strategic brain

The Product Coalition

Blue Ocean Strategy Published in 2004, the ideas of professors W.

Review of Vimeo OTT: The Best Alternatives & Competitors in 2021

The Product Coalition

The video-on-demand platform, since its inception in 2004, has catered to many in the creative market. Vimeo OTT Review & Alternatives Have you been generating video content for a long time? If yes, you’ve definitely heard of Vimeo at some point.

TEI 225: Create a movement for a product – with Greg Satell

Product Innovation Educators

In 2004, I found myself running a news organization in Kiev, Ukraine, during the Orange Revolution. In 2004, I found myself running a news organization in Kiev, Ukraine, during the Orange Revolution. The power of small groups, loosely connected, with a common purpose to propel products. I’ve been looking forward to this discussion with Greg Satell since hearing he was working on a new book, titled Cascades: How to Create a Movement that Drives Transformational Change.

Why We Fail: What I Learned From 5 Years with Friends, Netflix’s Social Strategy

Mind the Product

Netflix’s Friends (Born 2004, died 2010). Netflix launched Friends in 2004, the year that Facebook grew from one million to six million members. I write a lot about product strategy, and use Netflix as an example so that others can learn from the company’s success and failure. I often highlight that half of Netflix’s high-level product strategies fail in order to help product leaders to understand how hard it is to launch and grow startups.

AI, Autonomy, and the Build Trap – Announcing our first three speakers for #mtpcon SF

Mind the Product

Nate started his first company in 2004 where he revolutionized medical evacuation with Paraslyde, later acquired by Stryker Medical. Mind the Product San Francisco 2017 promises to be one of our best product conferences yet, with double the number of workshops, more networking events around the conference, and more fun than ever before.

Birst Smart Analytics: Using AI to Operationalize BI

Birst BI

When creating Birst in 2004, the idea was to get insight out to as many people in an organization as you can, so that even non-analyst people are empowered to use data to make decisions. How do you deliver more insights out to more people? Operationalizing BI and analytics – that is, putting the power of data in the hands of everyone across the enterprise, not just analysts and data scientists – has always been the mantra for Birst co-founder Brad Peters.

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DAU/MAU is an important metric, but here’s where it fails

Andrew Chen

I found this from a Facebook 2004 media kit showing crazy high numbers even with a small base of 70k users: Assessing product/market fit with DAU/MAU. How DAU/MAU got popular. DAU/MAU has been a popular metric because of Facebook, which popularized the metric. As a result, as they began to talk about it, other consumer apps came to often be judged by the same KPIs. I first encountered DAU/MAU as a ratio during the Facebook Platform days, when it was used to evaluate apps on their platform.

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

The Product Coalition

2004: The video game industry’s profits officially overtook those of the movie industry ?? 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.

Bootstrapping To 10 Million – The Story Of Kovai.co

Userpilot

For instance, since 2004, Saravana had been writing about the Microsoft BizTalk technology on his blog. A bootstrapped company led by a technical founder with no business background isn’t the typical description of a successful 8+ figure Saas business.

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. In 2004 Lego’s new CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp stated that customers would have a say in all new Lego designs going forward.

Digital Health’s Slingshot Moment

The Product Coalition

Prior to YML, Jason was at SapientRazorfish from 2004–2018, before which he spent time with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Diamond Management Consulting, and McKesson. 10 years of progress in healthcare and technology equaled in just a few months. Discover what’s next.

You Need to Be Involved with SoftwareGR

Atomic Spin PM

SoftwareGR started at Atomic way back in 2004 as an idea to bring like-minded people together. Are you a software designer or developer looking to connect with others in West Michigan? How about an owner of a software consultancy who would like some exposure to potential new employees? Maybe you lead a department of software designers and developers and would like to expose them to new ideas? As human beings, we have a powerful need to belong.

Artificial Intelligence for Localization: Cutting Through the Hype to Develop Our Product

The Product Coalition

Source: designed by alconost.com Since 2004 Alconost has been providing professional audio, video, and text content localization services for games, apps, other software, and websites.

TEI 323: Product management insights, stories, and secrets from inside Amazon – with Colin Bryar & Bill Carr

Product Innovation Educators

In 2004, we started thinking about how we could build an ebook service. How product managers can work backwards to amazing products. In a few weeks, the name of this podcast will be changing to Product Masters Now.

eBay’s search metrics used to suck

The Product Coalition

Ben Foster, who was the company’s PM of Findings between 2001–2004, was in charge of that effort. Photo by Khachik Simonian on Unsplash To live in the Information Age sounds fun and, for the most part, it is. In this age, data is becoming increasingly easier to collect.

What Is Your Product?

The Product Coalition

Alan Cooper’s prescient book, The Inmates are Running the Asylum , was a wake-up call back in 2004. What Is Your Product? “So, So, what is your product?” That was the key question I posed in my Agile Cincinnati keynote recently.

The Evolution of Product-Led Growth

ProductPlan

In 2004 I helped launch GoToMeeting , one of the earliest web-based products with a SaaS model. The evolution of product-led growth may seem to be a recent trend at software companies, but the underlying concepts have been in full force for years. .