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Back to school with Matt Walton

Mind the Product

They say the best teachers inspire and show you where to look. It’s this sentiment that led Matt Walton to forge a career as a product leader in edtech, first at digital education platform FutureLearn, and now at a new university in the UK that wants to equip its graduates with the interdisciplinary perspectives and [.] Read more » The post Back to school with Matt Walton appeared first on Mind the Product.

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App Ratings Prompts: When and How to Ask For a Mobile App Rating

Alchemer Mobile

Over the past few years, many people in the development community have sounded off about “rating nags” and the “please rate me” dialogs that some apps show, with perhaps the most pointed critique coming from John Gruber , of Daring Fireball. He shared his frustration with the usage of ratings prompts and said: “I’ve long considered a public campaign against this particular practice, wherein I’d encourage Daring Fireball readers, whenever they encounter these “Please rate this app” prompts, to go


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From opinion-based to evidence-guided product development by Itamar Gilad

Mind the Product

In his keynote session at #mtpcon London 2022, Itamar Gilad, veteran product manager, coach and speaker with over 20 years’ experience at Google and Microsoft, examines how adopting Evidence-Guided Development can result in more reliable and repeatable decisions that empower teams to deliver greater value. Watch this video or read on for key highlights from the talk. [.

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Four Methodologies That Can Help Your Product Team’s Prioritization Efforts

The Product Coalition

Selecting a prioritization methodology allows your teams to define a shared vocabulary and logic. Let’s look at four helpful methodologies. Continue reading on Product Coalition ».

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Beyond the Basics of A/B Tests: Highly Innovative Experimentation Tactics You Need to Know

Speaker: Timothy Chan, PhD., Head of Data Science

Are you ready to move beyond the basics and take a deep dive into the cutting-edge techniques that are reshaping the landscape of experimentation? 🌐 From Sequential Testing to Multi-Armed Bandits, Switchback Experiments to Stratified Sampling, Timothy Chan, Data Science Lead, is here to unravel the mysteries of these powerful methodologies that are revolutionizing how we approach testing.

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10 Best Practices to Creating Powerful Sign-up Forms

AB Tasty

Sign-up forms are where business happens, but even the smallest mistake in designing your forms can have huge consequences on your conversions. Here, we cover 10 best practices to designing powerful sign-up forms that convert.

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How to use the Value Indicator Chooser

Product Warrior

In the previous article, we explored how to identify value assumptions focused on what user behaviours to change. This article switches focus to help you decide how to measure those value assumptions that underpin your product strategy. If you can measure it, you can manage it Over this series, we have clarified the key assumptions of your product strategy that will drive value, and we have translated these into behaviours.

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We Interviewed JJ Rorie to Get Her Insights on Product Topics!

Bain Public

Welcome to our new interview series, where we ask product podcast hosts to answer 5 questions on different product topics. We had the pleasure of interviewing JJ Rorie as our first guest! About JJ Rorie. JJ Rorie is founder and CEO of Great Product Management. She is the author of the book IMMUTABLE: 5 Truths of Great Product Managers. Through research on thousands of product managers, she pioneered the practical professional development approach that anchors product managers with the five skill

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Summary of the Relationship Series: When the Wind is Fair

The People of Product Management

As a surfer, I am at the mercy of the wind. The basic natural phenomenon of wind strength and direction has a direct impact on my life. At a practical level, the wind governs if I surf or not and how much I spend on petrol to get to various surf locations. At a deeper level, the wind influences my mood and thus my relationships with those closest to me.

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413: The Key to Successful VOC in Agile Teams – with Kristyn Corrigan

Product Innovation Educators

How product managers can go beyond the obvious in VOC. PDMA invited me to their conference, which was in Orlando, Florida, to interview some of their speakers. This speaker spoke on The Key to Successful Voice of the Customer (VOC) in Agile Teams. This episode is sponsored by PDMA, the Product Development and Management Association. PDMA is a global community of professional members whose skills, expertise and experience power the most recognized and respected innovative companies in the world.

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Exploring PerfDog Whitepaper 2024: Unlock the Power of Performance Testing

Key Takeaways Robust Platform & Multi-System Support: Brief introduction to PerfDog's extensive compatibility across various operating systems and hardware platforms including Android, iOS, PC, gaming consoles and more. In-Depth Performance Metrics: Quick view of the extensive range of metrics for system, graphics and rendering, user experience, in-depth analysis, and more.

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Product Managers Prepare To Change How We Make Cocktails

The Accidental Product Manager

A new machine is going to make it easier to make cocktails Image Credit: Thomas Hawk. If you enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning when you are at home, just exactly how do you go about making that cup of coffee? These days, if you are like most people, you probably pop one of those “K-cups” into your Keurig machine and then sit back and let the magic happen.

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Mark’s look back at 2022

Business of Software Conference

At the beginning of 2022, having come out of a difficult 2021. We were really excited about 2022 and we’d also found that the online conferences that we’ve been running had really struck a chord with people. Many people who attended the online conferences found that they were getting better networking and better conversations than they were in the in person events.

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Where are we all going?

Business of Software Conference

Since Elon Musk’s (shudders at the mention of his name) $44bn takeover of Twitter, and the abhorrent way he has fired and cleared out the employees and wiped billions of value off the platform, everyone has been looking for the new ship to jump on where we can share cat gifs, sassy comments, important news, views, and find out what other people are up to.

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