Wed.May 23, 2018

What is UX prototyping and why should you test at this stage?

Userzoom

Exploring the basics of creating and testing UX prototypes. The best user experiences don’t happen by luck.

Exploring When To Partner

Under10 Playbook

Most tech organizations build most or all of the technology needed for their products. But should you? Always consider buying or partnering before embarking on a new development project—whether a big feature or a new product. There are merits to building internally.

Embrace Reciprocal Learning in the New Issue of Pragmatic Marketer

Pragmatic Marketing

Startups can learn a lot from established enterprise companies, including where the potholes are and the best ways to navigate around them. But they can also teach enterprise companies a thing or two about speed, adaptability and innovation.

6 Product Management Conferences You can Still Make in 2018

Craft.io

Half way through 2018, it’s not too late to catch up with the latest trends and developments in product management, at some of the world’s spearheading conferences on product management and growth. Mind the Product SF. San Francisco, CA, July 16-17.

The 5 Levels of Analytics Maturity

Basic dashboards used to be enough to thrill end users. But over time, modern capabilities have emerged—and bare-minimum features are no longer cutting it. How have analytics changed? And where do your BI offerings fall? Find out sophisticated ways to future-proof your application. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

Question on Building a Fence in Price Segmentation

Pragmatic Marketing

I always enjoy hearing from alumni who have taken the Pragmatic Marketing Price course : I was in your Austin Class last May. It was fantastic, and I had a question on price segmentation for software.

3 things that a Product Manager don’t have to do

The Product Coalition

Be a Product Manager is annoying sometimes. A lot of people think that exist some glamour in be the person behind the product decisions and this is what seduces the unsuspecting crowd to be a PM/PO. The point is: don’t exist just one person behind of a product, but a whole team.

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Five Myths About the PM Role by Noah Weiss

Rahul Abhyankar

Very good tweetstorm by @noah_weiss, Head of Search, Learning, & Intelligence at @SlackHQ in NYC. Former SVP of Product @foursquare + Google PM on structured search. Stanford alum, Brooklyn native. Product Management Tweetstorm

Resolve Product Evolution Uncertainty with Research

UserInterviews

Make research a habit throughout your product development cycle to make product decisions clearer