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How to effectively transition into a new role

Lead on Purpose

For most organizations, individuals starting a new job have 90 days to prove themselves. What happens during this critical time can make or break your career. Your goal is to get as rapidly as possible to the break-even point. This … Continue reading → Team Building balance preparation strategy success transition

The Product Lifecycle, an introduction

The Product Bistro

If you work at a startup, or a small company, chances are this three letter acronym is alien to you. However once you graduate to a mid sized company, with multiple products, and, more importantly, multiple divisions or business units, the construct of a PLC is inevitable, and even welcomed. PLC is an acronym for […]. product management essentials

Time for a GTD Refresher Course

Joe Cotellese

I’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed by all of the projects I am trying to juggle. When this happens it’s easy for me to just end up procrastinating on all of it because I don’t know where to begin.


UI Trends 2019: The Top 7 Trends Users Will Love

UX Studio

UI trends 2019? It seems like just yesterday I was looking out my window and saw a falling leaf! Now, the year is coming to an end AGAIN! So we’re going to revisit the hottest topics of late 2018 and predict the UI design trends of 2019.

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.

Why Product Managers Should not Report to the CTO

Mind the Product

Product managers often end up reporting to the CTO, and some will argue that this is a good thing. While this might have been the case in the early days of product management, it’s not anymore. Why Shouldn’t a CTO be the Boss? Martin Eriksson’s seminal post on being a product manager shows that they sit in the centre of tech, business, and user (customer). So if they report to the CTO it creates the impression of bias against the business and user.

Product Managers Attempt To Solve The Toy Problem

The Accidental Product Manager

Product managers attempt to get customers to shop for toys all year long. Image Credit: bygloricom. Product managers for stores that sell toys have an interesting problem on their hands.

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TEI 201: Lessons from Nikola Tesla on how successful product managers must negotiate with society – with Bernie Carlson, PhD

Product Innovation Educators

Combining dreams and discipline for successful innovations. I am wrapping up a 3-month road trip through the Northeast of the U.S., allowing me to meet many innovators and product managers.

What we shipped: 7 new features to deliver personalized experiences at scale

Inside Intercom

While a personalized approach is key to delivering engaging and positive customer experiences, it can be challenging to maintain the personal touch at scale. At Intercom, we know it’s important to find the right balance and we’re working hard to help our customers do just that.

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How to make Google Maps better : Personalised Directions


Undoubtedly, Google maps has been part of our daily lives. For both, the regular trips to know the best route and for the not-so-regular trips to know the route. The problem The whole product works on the premise that the user is engaged with the app throughout the journey, either by watching the screen or [.]. The post How to make Google Maps better : Personalised Directions appeared first on NextBigWhat. Product Management

How U.S. companies are remedying the UX problems of voting


While the UX problems of voting in the U.S. ultimately demand legislative fixes, we have been delighted to see how some U.S. companies and nonprofits have stepped up to remedy these issues just in time for this year's midterms. The post How U.S. companies are remedying the UX problems of voting appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Musings Partners & Stories

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Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualizations Will Never Be Enough

Think your customers will pay more for data visualizations in your application? Five years ago they may have. But today, dashboards and visualizations have become table stakes. Discover which features will differentiate your application and maximize the ROI of your embedded analytics. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

How remote UX teams can benefit from using RealtimeBoard


With the growing trend of remote work, especially in digital industries, UX managers are faced with the necessity of managing distributed teams, adding to the already complex challenges of maintaining efficient development, selling the UX vision to the entire company and studying mysterious customers. To help you succeed in this challenging environment, we created RealtimeBoard, which […].

The Benefits and Struggles Of Remote Work


Did you know User Interviews is a fully remote team? A look into what's great about remote, across the world and right here at User Interviews