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Product Portfolio Management & the Strategic Ripple Effect 7 of 10 – Portfolio Positioning Is What Makes Your Product Positioning More Strategic

Product Management University

Here’s a simple example of portfolio positioning and how it makes your product positioning more strategic. Your accounts payable product improves the customer’s cash flow. Your accounts receivable product further enhances cash flow. This is what differentiates you more than anything.

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Product Marketing vs. Portfolio Marketing: Which One is Right For You?

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The easiest way to think of product marketing vs. portfolio marketing is the age-old motto, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Your portfolio has more market and customer value than the sum of the products. What is Product Marketing? Product Marketing is Key to Portfolio Marketing.

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Why Storytelling Skills For Product Management & Product Marketing Are Essential

Product Management University

Storytelling skills for product management and product marketing are essential because without them, the value context (why the market cares) of what you’re building, marketing and selling is completely masked. Enroll in Product Management University On-Demand and learn new skills on your own terms.

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Why Market Leadership Starts With Product Management

Product Management University

But products are the nucleus, and that means market leadership starts with product management. There are the obvious things product management does. I want to focus on the responsibilities of B2B product management that don’t get much airtime. For some, a market means a user or buyer persona.

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The Biggest Difference Between Product Management and Portfolio Management

Product Management University

The biggest difference between product management and portfolio management is product management focuses specifically on the success of each product whereas portfolio management focuses on the success of the company (the portfolio) in chosen market segments. Here’s a bonus.

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Product Management Marketing: A Guide for Building Successful Products

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How do product management and marketing teams work together to build successful products? TL;DR Product managers define the overall product direction and oversee the entire product lifecycle. Product marketing sits between product development and the market.

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B2B Product Manager Magazine November 2020

Product Management University

B2B Product Manager November 2020 Issue. We hope your 2020 is winding down on a positive note, all things considered. As the pandemic economy has forced all of us to completely rethink everything, we also give you a list of things to consider for product management, product marketing and sales in 2021.

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