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Special: Level Up Your Product: Innovation with Game Mechanics – with Mike Hyzy and Bret Wardle

Product Innovation Educators

How product managers can gamify their products, process, and career I am interviewing speakers at my favorite annual conference for product managers, the PDMA Inspire Innovation Conference. This discussion is with Mike Hyzy and Bret Wardle, whose session is titled “Level Up Your Product: Innovation with Game Mechanics.” In our competitive landscape, businesses constantly seek innovative ways to captivate users and empower their teams.

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Unveiling the Art of Product Management: Lessons from the Taylor Swift Movie

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Just last weekend, my wife, two teenage daughters, and I embarked on a family outing that turned into a profound revelation. We decided to treat our girls to the latest Taylor Swift movie, a decision that was met with boundless enthusiasm and excitement. As the lights dimmed, and the screen came to life, my daughters and wife began to dance and sing along, engulfed in the world of Taylor Swift.


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Product Portfolio Management & the Strategic Ripple Effect 10 of 10 – How to Set Customer Success Managers Up To Play Offense

Product Management University

In most B2B organizations, it’s more the exception than the rule that customer success managers inherit accounts where they’re in a position to play offense because the customer is thrilled with your products. Let’s dream for just a minute. It Starts With Product Management Product management consistently does discovery at a level that makes them more knowledgeable holistically on the markets and customers than all other disciplines.

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How To Know if Your Organization Is Product-Led

The Product Coalition

Being customer-obsessed without being data-driven is just a delusion.

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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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Uselessly Wide Estimation Ranges

Tyner Blain

Estimating with ranges requires a level of transparency which may be uncomfortable because you are acknowledging what you don’t know. Doing this, however, cascades into multiple positive consequences. This is also a necessary component of outcome orientation. Using Problem Statements to Make Choices I talk about using problem statements to “shape” a product strategy.

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7 Digital Transformation Traps: #3 Inadequate Idea Management


All too often, the promise of digital transformation falls flat. In fact, according to McKinsey, 70% of digital transformation efforts fail. You might think this statistic doesn’t really apply to you if you’re a product leader, though. You’re already at the forefront of developing new technology, right? Not so fast! Our most recent Product Excellence Report revealed some of the challenges product.

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Resource Allocation's People Puzzle: How do you decide who goes where? (6/7)

Fearless Product

Are you a product leader trying to allocate people and time across your product portfolio effectively? In this 7-episode miniseries on Resource Allocation, 5 experienced product leaders share our most effective techniques on why and how to make product-related resource allocation decisions. In the sixth episode, we tackle the people puzzle as we answer the question: How do you decide who goes where when allocating resources?

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Your Guide to Unmoderated Retail and Shopping Research

dscout People Nerds

Meet the people that matter to you in the moments that matter to them. Qualitative research tools and services for product, innovation, CX, and brand.

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5 Examples of Great Digital Customer Acquisition


See how five leading companies boost customer acquisition. Learn how to adapt their marketing tactics to your business.

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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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How Final Draft Evolved Their Beta Program


Pete D'Alessandro from Cast & Crew breaks down how he elevated his beta program with Centercode

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Here Are the Key Differences Between Strategy, OKRs, and KPIs You Need to Know

The Product Coalition

When one might be better-suited than another, and how to use them together for maximum long-term success Confused about Strategy, OKRs, & KPIs? Author image created from Eva Lotta Lamm ’s original character designs. As part of a large-scale Agile Transformation supported by one of the major global consultancies, I was coaching one particular program leader in OKRs.

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Peloton Product Managers Try A New Plan

The Accidental Product Manager

It’s time to try some new strategies at Peloton Image Credit: Tony Webster The Peloton product managers have had it pretty good for the last few years. When Peloton first showed up on the market, their brand of expensive at home exercise bikes really took off. People liked to be able to exercise at home while pretending to exercise with other people via video links to live classes.