Fri.Sep 20, 2019

Top Strategies to Advance Your Product Management Career Rapidly – Part 3

280 Group

Read Part 2 of this 3 part series: Top Strategies to Advance Your Product Management Career Rapidly – Part 2. Those who truly care about people and do what they can to help others, always seem to get the lucky breaks. Truly Care About People.

Product, Society, and Ethics by Kathy Pham

Mind the Product

In this keynote from #mtpcon San Francisco, Kathy Pham reflects on the importance of asking societal and ethical questions in product organizations and asks how teams and companies can be more accountable in the future.

Agile Product Management – You Asked, We Answered

280 Group

In August 2019, we presented a co-hosted webinar with AIPMM – Predictable Delivery: The Power of Estimating and Forecasting. You can view the slides and accompanying blog post here. We received so many great questions on the topic and have included answers to each down below.

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The First 30, 60 & 90 Days of a Fresh Product Manager: The Battle Plan

NextBigWhat

What does a Product Manager do? What are the different roles of a product manager? How does it differs in Enterprise vs. Consumer industry? What about MNC vs the Indian arm? What should a product manager do in the first 30, 60 and 90 days?

The Product Growth Engine

Speaker: Dave Martin, Founder, Right to Left

How do you create sustainable growth? Do your product and feature releases achieve the desired results? In this talk, Dave Martin, founder at Right To Left, will explore how human bias repeatedly hinders product success and causes teams to miss out on their potential.

Three Reasons to be a Solutions Driven Organization

Proficientz – Product Management University

What are the biggest benefits of being a solutions driven organization versus product driven? In a nutshell, a solutions driven organization does everything from the customer’s perspective first. That customer-first approach simplifies everything across product teams, marketing, sales and client services because customer goals and success metrics are the centerpiece. If you’re a B2B organization, here’s the scenario. Most if not all of your products target the same markets.

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Correlation vs Causation: Understand the Difference for Your Product

Amplitude

Correlation and causality can seem deceptively similar. But recognizing their differences can be the make or break between wasting efforts on low-value features and creating a product that your customers can’t stop raving about.

Use This Framework to Unblock Your Product Roadmap

Gainsight

We recently had the opportunity to join Gainsight for a webinar about Finding Friction in Your User Journey and How to Fix It. One of the key aspects of fixing user friction is understanding how to prioritize that work along with things like new feature development.

Emerging Product Themes From Pendomonium 2019

ProductCraft

Last week, the ProductCraft team headed to the Raleigh Convention Center to support our colleagues at Pendo as they put on their biggest event of the year: Pendomonium.

Data-driven Product Management?—?Setting up User Analytics

The Product Coalition

Data-driven Product Management?—?Setting Setting up User Analytics A quick start guide based on my experience in setting up a tracking and analytics framework for an early-stage consumer tech company. The first step towards a Data-driven mindset is to start collecting data.

Architect Your Organization for Effectiveness, Productivity, and Joy

Speaker: Ron Lichty, Consultant: Interim VP Engineering, Ron Lichty Consulting, Inc.

As a senior software leader, you likely spend more time working on the architecture of your systems than the architecture of your organization. Yet, structuring our teams and organizations is a critical factor for success. In fact, the impact of software architecture parallels the impact of organizational structure. We are excited to welcome Ron Lichty, co-author of a seminal book on managing software teams and a well-known speaker, he’ll speak to organizing for effectiveness, productivity and joy.

Why you need a product strategy framework to build a great product

ProductBoard

It takes three things to build a great product: a vision, a strategy, and a roadmap. We often associate product management with roadmaps, since it’s the tangible piece of the process other teams see. Product managers are also known for articulating the vision for a product as well.

The 5 Areas Of Customer Growth You Need To Budget For In 2020

Gainsight

The new year is right around the corner, which means time is running out to get your budget in order. Customer growth is the goal of every business, but budgeting for a growth-driven strategy in 2020 is as difficult as ever. Customer growth is constantly evolving as new advancements in technology are made. This means that what worked last year may not be enough to keep up this year.