Sun.Jan 06, 2019

NebraskaProduct 2018 | Building a Local Product Community

The Product Coalition

Product Management is a hard job. That’s no secret. If you find a good product manager, they’ll often make the role look natural and even effortless. But behind the scenes, it can be high stress and even isolating at times.

The year of breaking past human limits

Inside Intercom

We’ve reached a point in the digital era where customers not only seek, but expect personal communication from businesses. Don’t get left behind.

Product Manager need not know how to code

The Product Coalition

As a former technical lead and now a product manager, I can say that a product manager does not need to know how to code to do well in the job. Most Common Question This is the most common question by a product manager or aspiring product manager.

Leaders & Lessons That Changed My 2018

Product Club

Mentors are all around us when we look through our life and workplace. For me, 2018 was filled with inspiring and varied individuals and leadership styles. Several leaders had a big impact on my personal and professional development in 2018, as I made a transition from consulting on product and engineering strategy and execution with TribalScale in MENA to an internal product role with OLX Group in Europe.

Your Post-Launch Toolkit for Understanding Your Users

Speaker: Brittney Gwynn, former Director of Product, Simple Health

If you've you've launched an MVP, you know that the journey has just begun. But what do you do after the launch? How do you figure out what to do next? After you launch, it's important to be able to look at how different segments of your users react and quickly uncover signal vs. noise so you can iterate and improve. Join Brittney Gwynn, former Director of Product at Simple Health, as she explains how you can use early customer feedback, usage data, and continuous experimentation to optimize your way to product-market fit. Whether you're at a brand-new company, or looking to innovate within a more mature organization, or anywhere in between, you'll come away with a skill set to make the most of your launches.

It’s time to stop “doing” Agile and become agile

The Product Coalition

At summer camp I taught orienteering. I taught young people how to use a map and compass to orient nature.

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