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Ask the Community: How Do You Shift From Functional Teams to Value-Driven Teams?

Product Talk

When an organization shifts from delivery or feature teams to product teams , the first step is often a change to team structure. Delivery and feature teams are often structured by function—front-end teams, back-end teams, mobile teams, etc. These teams can rarely deliver value on their own.

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User Research: What Is It and How to Do It in SaaS

Userpilot

Looking for the best ways to conduct user research and gather actionable insights? Whether you’re building a product from scratch, updating something on your platform, or just want to listen to users and create better experiences , this article provides the guide you need. What is user research?

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Product in Practice: Assumption Testing with Engineers at Orion Labs

Product Talk

Engineers are often reluctant to participate in discovery. This is only natural: Through years of bad habits, many of us have shown engineers that we only value them for the code they can write. But there are many reasons why engineers are one of the essential members of the product trio. And this is a good thing.

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15 Customer Experience Survey Best Practices For Collecting Valuable Feedback

Userpilot

When it comes to customer experience survey best practices you have to consider the timing, placement, wording, and the right audience segments, among other things. In this article, we’ll share 15 of our survey best practices to help you factor in the aforementioned and make the most of customer feedback.

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Minimum Viable Products: Why You Should Test before Investing in Ideas

The Product Coalition

Minimum Viable Products: Why You Should Test Before Investing In Ideas Let’s analyze the advantages of MVP-based software development. Why should you invest in MVP development? You can successfully prevent these problems by starting software development with a Minimum Viable Product (MVP).

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Product Validation: Testing and Researching Ideas to Ensure Product Success

The Product Coalition

If you let yourself get carried away, it’s really, really hard to tell the difference between a good and bad one. There’s nothing worse from a personal and business perspective than investing your time, money, and effort into an idea, only to find out no one wants it or needs it. New ideas are exciting. Google Glass, anyone?

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UX vs CX (User Experience vs Customer Experience): Explaining 4 Key Differences

Userpilot

UX deals with a user's interactions with specific aspects of your product, while CX is broader and covers all customer engagements with your brand. TL;DR The user experience (UX) is the sum of a user's thoughts, impressions, and feelings as they interact with specific aspects of your product.