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Product leadership in a chaotic world: Balancing short-term and long-term goals

Mind the Product

Product leader Dave Martin delves into the uncertainty of startups, and discusses why focusing on short term plans is a dangerous drug. Read more » The post Product leadership in a chaotic world: Balancing short-term and long-term goals appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Data Products: Tell Me Why

The Product Coalition

A data product’s main ingredient is in the name, it is data. In this article, I’m going to give my take on data products and why they’re so important in creating value for companies. This is part of a series, where I’ll follow up more specifically on what they are and how we make them. As a product manager, it’s only right that I start with telling you why d ata products, because we ask that a lot, and this couldn’t be truer: Having a young child, the reference to ‘4 year olds’ couldn’t be truer

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Writing Secret 10: A Small Rant About Research on Social Networks

Johanna Rothman

It must be the season for “research” on social networks. Just this past week, I received several requests to share my stories with researchers—as if my experience was research. Some of these researchers are graduate students. Others are consultants. All of them share these goals: They want to write a substantial document, incorporating their research.

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Data Products: Tell Me How And What

The Product Coalition

In the first part of this series I covered the why behind data products. This article covers how we make them and what they are. In the previous article I gave examples of some of the data products you interact with everyday. To recap super quickly on those, here they are: When Netflix gives you a recommendation of which shows to watch next ? Spotify’s daily mix recommending what you might enjoy listening to next ?

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Reimagined: Building Products with Generative AI

“Reimagined: Building Products with Generative AI” is an extensive guide for integrating generative AI into product strategy and careers featuring over 150 real-world examples, 30 case studies, and 20+ frameworks, and endorsed by over 20 leading AI and product executives, inventors, entrepreneurs, and researchers.

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Building an Outcome-Focused Mindset in Your Product Team

Dragonboat

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 businesses, and its benefits are being discovered. In this interview series, we dive into best practices from Product Operations Leaders and Responsive […] The post Building an Outcome-Focused Mindset in Your Product Team appeared first on Dragonboat.

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Building an Outcome-Focused Mindset in Your Product Team

Dragonboat

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 businesses, and its benefits are being discovered. In this interview series, we dive into best practices from Product Operations Leaders and Responsive […] The post Building an Outcome-Focused Mindset in Your Product Team appeared first on Dragonboat.

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Gruber Translates Linda Yaccarino's Company-wide Memo on the X Rebrand

Crafty CTO

A few prime translations: It’s OK to day-drink. I am. I used to run all advertising for NBCUniversal. Now I’m running an $8/month multi-level marketing scheme where the only users who’ve signed up are men who own a collection of MAGA hats. As if this rebranding disaster isn’t enough, our infrastructure is crumbling. Facebook took Threads from 0 to 100 million users in under a week, without a hitch, at the same time we imposed comical rate limits on usage.

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Why imaginative copywriters are essential

Business of Software Conference

No matter what is going on in the world, one thing remains constant: the power of storytelling. It’s no secret that captivating narratives can leave a lasting impression on your audience and ignite the flames of change. In the realm of marketing and communications, the role of a skilled copywriter is paramount. But what sets apart a good copywriter from a great one?

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Product Managers: Look Out for Your Well-Being Too

The Product Coalition

It’s easy to focus on the team and the product, but what about you. Unsplash: Kalen Emsley Happy World Product day! An awesome day to celebrate all the awesome product people out there, taking one for the team; daily, weekly, monthly, even hourly and of course, by the minute. For the last World Product Day, I took part in a panel discussing Marc Abraham’s Managing Product = Managing Tension — an awesome session, and an awesome book.

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Entity Resolution Checklist: What to Consider When Evaluating Options

Are you trying to decide which entity resolution capabilities you need? It can be confusing to determine which features are most important for your project. And sometimes key features are overlooked. Get the Entity Resolution Evaluation Checklist to make sure you’ve thought of everything to make your project a success! The list was created by Senzing’s team of leading entity resolution experts, based on their real-world experience.

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12 Types of Minimum Viable Product With Their Pros and Cons

Userpilot

With so many types of minimum viable products out there, it can be challenging to know which one to choose for your specific product idea. In this article, we’re going to explain what minimum viable products are, break down the different options you can choose from, and help product managers make up their minds. TL;DR A minimum viable product (often referred to as an MVP) is a version of a product with just enough features to be usable.

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The Product Backlog: A Rock Concert of User Stories

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In the realm of product development, the backlog is often perceived as a monotonous list of tasks. It’s seen as a necessary evil, a relentless setlist filled with features, bugs, and technical debt. But what if we’ve been viewing it through the wrong lens? What if the backlog could be a tool for understanding, a roadmap that guides us through the customer journey?