Wed.Feb 12, 2020

Why you Should Invest in Relationships With Your Engineering Team

Mind the Product

A healthy relationship between product management and engineering is critical to building successful products. It’s also essential to creating a team where great people want to work.

Product in Practice: Tackling Big Hairy Product Challenges with Continuous Discovery

Product Talk

Hello, Product Talk readers! It’s time for another installment of Product in Practice. In this series, we highlight the impressive work that forward-thinking product teams are doing. Want to check out the other people and companies we’ve featured? Find our other Product in Practice posts here.

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How customer support sessions help us stay close to our customers (even as we scale)

Inside Intercom

We all talk a good game about the customer being the most important thing in our business. But the truth is, as most companies scale, the customer can feel further and further away. Customer empathy is often one of the first things to suffer as companies grow from startup to scale-up.

5 Steps to Breathing Again: A Time Management Method for Busy Product Managers

The Product Coalition

Highlights from my ProductX talk “The 24/7 Product Manager” Image by annca from Pixabay Raise your hand if you are not extremely busy. When you say that to a room of product managers, nothing happens. Nobody raises their hand. This profession is one of the busiest out there.

How AI Can Radically Change Your Business

AI is quickly becoming mainstream, thanks to its value-driving capabilities. Yet, even with such widespread attention, it still is one of the most misunderstood technologies out there. Here's how to make the most out of it and bring a positive change to your company.

What Every Product Leader Should Know About Collaboration and Teamwork


As the VP of product at Caremerge, a clinical and engagement platform for senior living, I have to think about every person who touches our product. Because we’re designing for older adults, we have to infuse all the work we do with a sense of empathy.


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The Emerging Data Trends For 2020


The technological landscape is an ever evolving one. New trends, software and applications appear regularly and are continuously expanding the role that data plays in decision making and operations for business. What are the emerging analytical, big data and data management trends for 2020?

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What is a “market-driven” Product?


Updated February, 2020. As a Product Manager I love the words “market-driven” They have purpose and connotations of real market intelligence (“customer-centric” sits in the same bucket). These words describe not only the end-product but also how we got there.

6 Signs Your Agile Teams Might Need Training

Agile Velocity

When going through an Agile transformation, Agile teams often feel like they have a good handle on Agile and Scrum. But when asked about their progress toward the business outcomes their organization hopes to achieve by implementing Agile, their answer is not as confident. This is not unusual.

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BANT is the sales technique you need to pick the best leads


No one likes having their time wasted. So before we do anything — whether that’s watching a movie or going to the gym — we ask ourselves: is it worth it ? When it comes to choosing a movie, you might lower your chances of wasting an hour or two watching a dud by reading reviews beforehand.

Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life with Nir Eyal

Speaker: Nir Eyal

Ever get the feeling the world is full of too many distractions? Research shows the ability to stay focused is a competitive advantage, in work and in life. However, in an age of ever-increasing demands on our attention how do we stay productive and stay sane? In this webinar, Nir provides research-backed, practical advice, and memorable strategies for managing distraction and our time. Nir Eyal shares findings of his five years of research into how to master what he calls, "the skill of the century," the power to be "Indistractable."