Sun.Feb 04, 2024

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SUNDAY REWIND: Storytelling for product leaders by Peter Fletcher-Dobson

Mind the Product

This week’s Sunday Rewind is a ProductTank Wellington talk from Peter Fletcher-Dobson, then Chief Digital Officer at BCITO, on storytelling for product leaders. Read more » The post SUNDAY REWIND: Storytelling for product leaders by Peter Fletcher-Dobson appeared first on Mind the Product.

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The Value Assessment Framework (Part 2)

The Product Coalition

Your product’s value needs to be defined, delivered, and perceived as such by your customers. If this isn’t challenging enough, what your customers want and need varies based on their profile and maturity with your product. Here is a simple framework to help you understand what they need, and more importantly — where are your current gaps. Photo by Chris Lawton on Unsplash A few years ago, I mentioned to my parents that my car needs cleaning.

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Lessons from Atlassian: Launching new products, getting buy-in, and staying ahead of the competition | Megan Cook (head of product, Jira)

Lenny Rachitsky

Brought to you by: • Teal —Your personal career growth platform • Sprig —Build a product people love • Vanta —Automate compliance. Simplify security. — Megan Cook is the head of product for Atlassian’s Jira software, which is used by 75% of Fortune 500 companies, has over 125,000 customers globally, over 15 different products, and is by far the most popular project management tool in the world.

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Building Habit-Forming Products

The Product Cafe

Hello, all you product-loving folks! 💜 Welcome to this week's edition of Product Café, your weekly cup of coffee for everything product management, startups, AI, and more. ☕ Thanks for reading Product Café Newsletter ☕️! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. Building Habits Every morning, my routine starts with the automatic scroll through Instagram or a quick glance at Slack messages and emails.

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How to Migrate From DataStax Enterprise to Instaclustr Managed Apache Cassandra

If you’re considering migrating from DataStax Enterprise (DSE) to open source Apache Cassandra®, our comprehensive guide is tailored for architects, engineers, and IT directors. Whether you’re motivated by cost savings, avoiding vendor lock-in, or embracing the vibrant open-source community, Apache Cassandra offers robust value. Transition seamlessly to Instaclustr Managed Cassandra with our expert insights, ensuring zero downtime during migration.

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On Minimum Market Requirements

Karan Peri

A short note ‘Minimum market requirements’ are those must-have functionalities in a product/feature that might not help you win, but will most likely contribute to losing out if they don’t exist. A good way to sometimes identify your product’s non-negotiables is by asking- What features, if missing, will most likely lead to failure, even if everything else is perfect?