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Will Conversational Interfaces Rule the World Hereafter?

The Product Coalition

Re-evaluating the boundaries between graphical and conversational interfaces in product design.

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Develop a Content Strategy for Product Marketing in 5 Steps

Product Management University

Developing a content strategy for product marketing requires an approach similar to product positioning. It’s about meeting your target customers in their comfort zone with insightful content that strikes an emotional chord. The end game is to open more doors for sales at the decision-maker/influencer level and give them higher quality leads that are warmer from the start.


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Product career and alignment – Donna Lichaw on The Product Experience (Part 1 of 2)

Mind the Product

Donna Lichaw, product expert, consultant, and author of 'The Leader's Journey' joins us on the podcast this week. She shares the lessons to reinvent your leadership journey, by activating your superpowers, transforming your team, and poising your business for success in product. Read more » The post Product career and alignment – Donna Lichaw on The Product Experience (Part 1 of 2) appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Spark Innovation With Your Team: Three Workshop Formats To Help

The Product Coalition

Want to cultivate a more dynamic, engaged, and successful organization? Who doesn’t! One of the most impactful ways to achieve this goal is to take a more intentional approach to innovation. Doing so has a ton of benefits, including: More competitive edge: Concerted efforts around creativity and innovation allow your teams to develop new products/services that better meet customer needs and help keep you ahead of the competition.

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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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Who to Satisfy? Differentiate Buyers, Users, and Customers for Effective Product Decisions

Johanna Rothman

In product development, we often use the words, “user” and “customer” interchangeably. But they mean different things depending on the type of product you create. I wonder if it’s time to stop talking about “customers” altogether. It's time to clarify who we want to satisfy, so we can make better product decisions. Here are my definitions: Buyers have the money to make a purchase decision for a product.

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Driving Efficiency and Collaboration in Product Operations


This blog post was created in partnership with the “Product Ops HQ community”, the fastest-growing community where product operations professionals gather to connect, share knowledge, and learn. Product Operations is gaining importance in business, and organizations are discovering its benefits. In this interview series, we explore best practices from Product Operations Leaders and Responsive Product […] The post Driving Efficiency and Collaboration in Product Operations appeared first on

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Top 5 Takeaways from the 2023 User Interviews Research Panel Report


The data’s in. Here’s what to know about the depth, reliability, and scalability of our proprietary UX research participant panel.

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The Pros, Cons, and Best Practices for Using Feature Toggles


Feature toggles are a powerful tool that developers can use to deploy code changes quickly and efficiently. They allow developers to test features in production without exposing them to end-users. As a result, they can change the behavior of features without having to go through the entire release cycle, which can save time and money. Feature toggles are becoming increasingly popular as they provide a way for teams to experiment with new features.

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How Teams Do Continuous Discovery Research Today, According to Research


Insights from our internal research project exploring how teams define and implement continuous discovery research today.

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From Developer Experience to Product Experience: How a Shared Focus Fuels Product Success

Speaker: Anne Steiner and David Laribee

As a concept, Developer Experience (DX) has gained significant attention in the tech industry. It emphasizes engineers’ efficiency and satisfaction during the product development process. As product managers, we need to understand how a good DX can contribute not only to the well-being of our development teams but also to the broader objectives of product success and customer satisfaction.

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Top 15 Advantages of Nearshore Software Development

TurnKey Labs

Success for software development startups and high growth companies relies heavily on having a strong and efficient development team in place, which is why many firms choose to leverage the many benefits of offshoring.

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10 Important Meetings Product Managers Should Participate In

Ronke PM

Table of Contents Sales meetings with potential customers. Customer Success/Relationship Management meeting with an existing customer. Internal Sales and Customer Success/Relationship Management Quarterly Business Reviews (QBR) meetings. Customer Quarterly Business Reviews (QBR) meetings. Retrospective meetings with the engineering team. Daily Stand-up meetings with the engineering team.

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4 Tips To Help Your Team Successfully Integrate Two Work Cultures Into One


Integrating two work cultures can be difficult -especially when combining two cultures as different as the U.S. and Japan! However, it is well worth the effort. Here are four tips taken from btrax’s cultural values to help you achieve your goal: 1. Be a forward thinker Being a forward thinker means being open to new ideas and embracing changes and challenges when they arise.

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Tips and Tricks from Product Makers: How to Navigate the Product Job Market


Macroeconomic conditions are still turbulent, and that has naturally led to people questioning how feasible it currently is to find a new job. And for Product Managers especially, where it’s common to be referred to new positions, applying for jobs might feel extra daunting. James Jordan, the founder of US-based product recruitment company Producto, joined a Product Makers community event to chat.

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7 Pitfalls for Apache Cassandra in Production

Apache Cassandra is an open-source distributed database that boasts an architecture that delivers high scalability, near 100% availability, and powerful read-and-write performance required for many data-heavy use cases. However, many developers and administrators who are new to this NoSQL database often encounter several challenges that can impact its performance.

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ONE THING on Too Many OKRs

Product Culture

Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are not your backlog. They don’t include everything you plan to do, only the most important things you want to focus on right now. Teams cannot concentrate on more than a handful of things at once. The ideal for a small team is one objective per quarter with 3 measurable KRs. Larger teams with a proven track record might have as many as three objectives.

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Comparing Adobe Firefly, Dalle-2, OpenJourney, Stable Diffusion, and Midjourney

Crafty CTO

Muhammad Usman does a nice comparison of art AIs. To me, the richness of the outputs is amazing. I'm a heavy Midjourney user, and still prefer its output, though the alternatives are impressive as well.

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Product Talk is Growing: Meet New Instructor Ellen Brandenberger

Product Talk

Product Talk’s North Star metric is to increase the number of product trios who adopt a continuous discovery cadence to their work. This is what inspired Teresa to write the Continuous Discovery Habits book and shift Product Talk to a course-first business. And this outcome is also the reason why we continue to expand the team of Product Talk instructors—the more instructors we have, the more cohorts we can offer, the more students we can serve, and ultimately, the more people who will feel empo