Wed.Jul 10, 2019

Product Love Podcast: Hubert Palan, CEO and Founder of productboard


Hubert Palan wants every product to be both functional and delightful. He’s constantly thinking of ways to optimize experiences — he even says it the core of who he is. Sounds like a natural product manager if you ask me.

Why Being Wrong is Right with Alec Levin of The UXR Collective


Sometimes, to learn how to do better UX research, you have to fail

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Lessons From the Little Blue Book by Joff Redfern

Mind the Product

Joff Redfern is vice president of Australian enterprise software company Atlassian. He previously spent seven years at LinkedIn and he shares his thoughts on the “best and most painful product lessons” of his product leadership career through a journal he calls “the blue book”.

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Do It For the Portfolio Instead of Every Product: 1 of 5

Proficientz – Product Management University

There are five things that you don’t need to do for every product if you do them once for the portfolio. They’ll reduce the stress that goes with constantly changing priorities and more importantly, improve product management’s stock by operating more strategically, simplifying execution and getting better results. Market Segmentation. Imagine that you have 20 products, each of them with strong growth potential in five market segments.

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Make an Impact with Customer Journey Maps

Speaker: Kirui K. K., Co-founder and CEO of Tanasuk Africa

If you want to offer a better user experience, it can be tempting to track each and every data point in your product. However, this can quickly get complicated and overwhelming as you collect more and more data. How do you know which metrics will help you improve? Kirui K. K., Co-founder & CEO Tanasuk Africa, wants you to know that analytics don't have to be complicated to make an impact - no matter the size of your company. Join him as he explains how to create a customer journey map, then use that map to figure out the metrics you need to know - and how to use them.

3 Compelling Concepts from Basecamp's Shape Up

Sachin Rekhi

I always love reading each new book the Basecamp team publishes as they are inevitably chock-full of unique perspectives that preach an approach to working better that goes against conventional wisdom and established best practices.

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Piracy Impact Podcast: Former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy Head Andy Clarkson (Part 1)


In part 1 of this interview, Michael talks to former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy and Compliance Head Andy Clarkson about leaving a 24 year career in UK law enforcement to build a career at IBM and Dassault addressing software piracy.

Top Courses to Kick-Start Your Product Management Career

The Product Coalition

© Knowledge Officer Product management is one of the most leading professions nowadays. If you are a junior product manager or someone who is inquiring about the role, you might find the role duties a bit confusing as the role won’t seem to have any precise or consistent definition.

Announcing three brand new features to help scale your support

Inside Intercom

Today we’re launching three huge updates to our Articles and Custom Bots products to help you scale your support with Intercom. These days, great customer support isn’t a nice to have – it’s table stakes.

How to Get More Instagram Followers for Your Retail Brand

AB Tasty

Want to get more Instagram followers for your retail brand? Find out 5 tips that actually work if you want to get followers on Instagram. This article was originally posted on AB Tasty as How to Get More Instagram Followers for Your Retail Brand. E-commerce

Build Product Progress with a Strong Data Culture

Speaker: Nima Gardideh, CTO, Pearmill

Have you ever thought your product's progress was headed in one direction, and been shocked to see a different story reflected in big picture KPIs like revenue? It can be confusing when customer feedback or metrics like registration or retention are painting a different picture. No matter how sophisticated your analytics are, if you're asking the wrong questions - or looking at the wrong metrics - you're going to have trouble getting answers that can help you. Join Nima Gardideh, CTO of Pearmill, as he demonstrates how to build a strong data culture within your team, so everyone understands which metrics they should actually focus on - and why. Then, he'll explain how you can use your analytics to regularly review progress and successes. Finally, he'll discuss what you should keep in mind when instrumenting your analytics.

Why Being Wrong is Right with Alec Levin of UX Research Toronto


Sometimes, to learn how to do better UX research, you have to fail

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How We Hack Tech (And What That Says About Us)

dscout People Nerds

Clinical psychologist and former Intel research scientist Margaret Morris on how individual technology hacks shine a light on what users really crave

What it Takes to Build the Right Product Team, with Marty Cagan


What does it take to build a great product team? How do you build a team driven by product culture? What makes a successful product manager

More, Broader, Faster: A Brief Intro to Effective Remote Research

dscout People Nerds

Here’s a succinct, back-to-basics primer on how to maximize the impact and efficiency of your next remote study


What Is (and Isn’t) Product Management?

Speaker: Steve Johnson, VP of Products, Pragmatic Institute

Product Management is one of the most exciting - and most misunderstood - functions in technical organizations. Is it strategic or tactical? Is it a planning role or a support role? Many product professionals are unclear about what is (and isn't) product management. After all, product management spans many activities from business planning to market readiness. In this session, we’ll examine many product activities and artifacts for product strategy, planning, and growth, and introduce a simple tool that you can use in your organization to clarify the roles of product management and others. Steve Johnson explores the many roles of Product Management in this fun talk focused on why product managers should obsess on problems instead of solutions.