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Navigating the corporate labyrinth: A product manager’s guide to strategic empowerment

Mind the Product

This article champions the concept of “product-led strategy”, transforming the way product managers navigate and influence within large organizations. Read more » The post Navigating the corporate labyrinth: A product manager’s guide to strategic empowerment appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Inside OpenAI | Logan Kilpatrick (head of developer relations)

Lenny Rachitsky

Brought to you by: • Hex —Helping teams ask and answer data questions by working together • Whimsical —The iterative product workspace • Arcade Software —Create effortlessly beautiful demos in minutes — Logan Kilpatrick leads developer relations at OpenAI, supporting developers building with the OpenAI API and ChatGPT.

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How To Analyze User Interview Data: Stop Searching for Needles in Haystacks!

The Product Manager

Even if your user research is packed with valuable insights, it's hardly useful if all the good stuff is buried in a bloated, unorganized folder. Try these shortcuts for sorting and synthesizing the fruits of your UXR labor. The post How To Analyze User Interview Data: Stop Searching for Needles in Haystacks! appeared first on The Product Manager.

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How to Align Customer Success With Revenue

Gainsight

In the ever-evolving landscape of SaaS, Customer Success (CS) teams are facing a paradigm shift. Once primarily focused on customer satisfaction and retention, CS teams are now being called upon to think more commercially and demonstrate their direct impact on business revenue. As the SaaS industry matures and competition intensifies, the role of CS has expanded beyond mere support functions to become a critical driver of revenue growth and profitability.

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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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9 Game-Changing Reasons to Prioritize Your Career Path in 2024

The Product Manager Coach Blog

I recently had a conversation with a product manager who felt stuck. Let’s call her Pam. She’s at level 7, eyeing the director’s chair, yet feels barricaded by a ceiling, not of glass, but of circumstance. Her boss, while supportive, isn’t interested in climbing further up the corporate ladder, leaving Pam to ponder if her growth is tethered to team switches within the company.

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A Beginner's Guide to Attribution Model Frameworks

Amplitude

Read our beginner’s guide to attribution models to learn the difference between the different types and how to decide which one to use.

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Governing Your Design System: The Continuous Challenge

UX Studio: Product Management

If done right, digital products evolve naturally, leading to increased complexity in design and development work. A typical scenario is that products grow in complexity, expand into product families with shared UI needs, or appear across multiple platforms with a demand for consistent brand recognition. This growing complexity often gives rise to the need for a design system, driven by the necessity for consistency and a more streamlined workflow.

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How to iterate on a product

Mixpanel

The most exciting product announcements in a company are usually related to big, eye-catching new feature releases. But another, equally important type of product update tends to fly under the radar: incremental improvements to product functionality. And even though product builders may see the value of both of these types of new releases, they can still be unsure which one to focus on.