Sun.Feb 19, 2023

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SUNDAY REWIND: Thinking big, working small by John Cutler

Mind the Product

This week’s Sunday Rewind is an #mtpcon London+EMEA session from John Cutler, now Senior Director of Product Enablement at restaurant technology vendor Toast, that explains how product managers can be strategic and think big while staying agile and small. John says that in most companies, the timelines for business strategy (1 to 3 years), making bets [.

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Designing Friction in Products and Services Can Be Good

The Product Coalition

In Product Management, user friction is not always a bad thing. Let’s learn about how you can use friction to help consumers recognize what’s important and increase their trust in your product or service. We often obsess over reducing friction for users. But have you considered introducing friction by design? In recent years, the product management community has placed a great deal of emphasis on reducing friction for users.

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Challenges of Being a Product Manager

The Product Guy

No obvious answers are some of the best parts of product management. Watch and learn more from product management expert, Meghan Nesta.

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Alarmed About AI?

Crafty CTO

We’re currently experiencing a wave of AI news stories, including: Uproar over artists’ work being used without permission by art AIs like Midjourney and DALL-E 2 A flood of ChatGPT stories, including the phenomenon of ChatGPT confidently presenting information that proves to be completely erroneous, and even hallucinating non-existent references Microsoft’s just released Bing AI, acquired through a 10 or 11 figure investment in ChatGPT maker OpenAI, is spawning multiple person

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Platform Product Management Beyond Features: Introducing B-MAP for Platform Ecosystem Success

Traditional PM struggles with the complexities of platform ecosystems. B-MAP framework tackles this challenge. B-MAP goes beyond features, focusing on building, managing, adapting, and partnering to foster a thriving platform ecosystem.

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Podcast: Agile & Sales-Led Development

Mironov Consulting

I joined Murray Robinson and Shane Gibson on their No Nonsense Agile Podcast to talk about the problem with sales-led development.   (1 hour) It's easy for B2B enterprise companies to fall into a sales-led development model where the majority of  work is customization – starving the core product of resources for innovation, new features, quality improvements and technical resilience.

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