Tue.Apr 18, 2017

What it Takes to Speak at Mind the Product

Mind the Product

As the curator of the world’s two largest product conferences , I get approached all the time about getting on the #mtpcon stage. We only have so many speaking slots each year, and we review hundreds – if not thousands – of talks in the course of making our selection.

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Selling Around Deficiencies, Rock Star Product Managers & The Functional Designer Role

Proficientz – Product Management University

The B2B Product Manager Magazine April 2017 is now available. In this issue we cover everything from selling value in spite of your product’s deficiencies to what makes a rock star product manager to the criticality of the functional designer role. Plus tips for hiring the right product manager and getting unbiased customer feedback. View the April 2017 Issue. In This Issue: Blog: High-Octane Product Management. Imagine What a Rock Star Product Manager Could Do For Healthcare Reform.

All the Awesome Speakers for #mtpcon SF 2017

Mind the Product

UPDATED Mind the Product San Francisco 2017 promises to be one of our best product conferences yet, with double the number of workshops , more networking events around the conference, and more fun than ever before.

Selling Around Deficiencies, Rock Star Product Managers & The Functional Designer Role

Proficientz – Product Management University

The B2B Product Manager Magazine April 2017 is now available. In this issue we cover everything from selling value in spite of your product’s deficiencies to what makes a rock star product manager to the criticality of the functional designer role. Plus tips for hiring the right product manager and getting unbiased customer feedback. View the April 2017 Issue. In This Issue: Blog: High-Octane Product Management. Imagine What a Rock Star Product Manager Could Do For Healthcare Reform.

Lessons From Building Experimentation Programs From the Ground Up

Creating an experimentation culture is challenging. Bill Hinderman has been down that road - four times at four separate companies. Drawing on his experience from building and running experimentation programs at Orbitz, Expedia, Raise, and Vivid Seats, he’ll provide a framework for establishing an experimentation culture.