Tue.Jun 08, 2021

Demystification for product managers: The art of building common ground

Mind the Product

As Product Managers, we are in the intersection of three worlds: business, technology and user experience. To succeed in such an environment, a common understanding is key, and “Demystification” is the perfect approach to reach it.

Fun Discussing Management “Mobbing” on the Mob Mentality Show

Johanna Rothman

I had a terrific time with Chris and Austin on the Mob Mentality Show: Modern Management with Johanna Rothman. Is “mobbing” is the right word for management collaboration? Maybe. I'm not sure.


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Hire Women! – Debbie Madden [Rebroadcast]

Mind the Product

Debbie Madden wants you to make better teams because she knows what she’s doing. The founder and CEO of NYC-based Stride Consulting, Debbie offers practical advice for hiring managers, anyone looking for a new job, or who wants to change the culture in their current organisation.

How Simply “Playing To Win” is a Losing Business Strategy

The Product Coalition

Adopt an infinite product mindset instead, every time. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product-management mindset leadership strategy business

How to Accelerate Product Sales Virtually

Everyone sells online these days, but outselling the (virtual) competition requires following a few key principles. Yellowfin CEO Glen Rabie shares his insights on resonating with buyers in this short video.

“Ignore your competitors, but don’t ignore their customers.”: Twitch Founder, Emmett Shear’s Golden Growth Lessons


There are only five growth strategies that exist, and your product probably only fits one. Press isn’t a growth strategy, and neither is word of mouth. The five growth strategies are high-touch sales, paid advertising, intrinsic virality, intrinsic influencer incentives (Twitch!), and platform hacks.

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The Best User Behavior Analytics Software for SaaS


Tracking user behavior is more than just tracking conversion rates. You need to clearly understand how different users engage with your product through qualitative and quantitative methods.

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The Two-minute Quiz That’ll Help You Prioritize Product Management Tasks


We all want to be as efficient as possible, but it’s not easy—especially as your list of product management tasks grows. Are you stuck on your list of product management tasks? Unsure how to tackle a new request or bug? If you have two minutes to spare, we can help!

The 15 Best Product Management Software For Your Product Stack


Finding the right collection of product management software isn’t easy, especially with hundreds of products available in the market. Today we’re going to help you narrow down your options by compiling a list of the 15 best product management software you can include in your product stack!

The best engineers paired with the best designers don’t always make the best product teams


A rockstar team, the best I could assemble, was gathering in a video call one year ago, waiting for me to give them the start sign. They were pumped up to build a great new product that would help thousands of people, a product that would mean the next big milestone for our company.

The State of Product Leadership Report 2021

Delivery is the top success metric for product leaders. But should it be? This is just one of the findings in this year’s State of Product Leadership report. Download the report to discover more ways product management is changing in 2021.

Upcoming Masterclasses: Supercharging your business with JTBD

Business of Software Conference

If your company sells drills, your customers are buying holes. If the customer is using the holes to hang up picture frames then they’re buying the ability to be reminded of a happy memory. Putting up shelves? They’re buying storage space. You’ve probably come across this kind of statement before and for many of us it feel intuitively true. You’re still selling “a drill” But when you know what job the customer wants to get done with that drill you can pitch it better.

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Breakdown – Moderated Testing vs. Unmoderated Testing


Usability testing is an integral part of building the most satisfying user experience for your target audience. However, choosing the best method is just as essential. The post Breakdown – Moderated Testing vs. Unmoderated Testing appeared first on TryMyUI Blog.

5 onboarding best practices for product management leaders


Not long ago I was hiring someone on my team here at Productboard where it was clear, almost from the earliest conversations, that the person I had chosen would make the process of onboarding as smooth and straightforward as possible.

Conversational support isn’t just a nice-to-have – it’s make or break

Inside Intercom

Not too long ago, customer support was viewed as a cost center, not a value driver. It was seen as a necessary part of a business, but not something that drove revenue or influenced customers’ buying decisions. That time is over.

The Rapid Innovation Sprint as an Accelerator for Your Big Idea

Rapid Innovation Sprints (RISE) help companies incubate greenfield digital product ideas that have the potential to radically transform their business. The techniques of RISE help uncover game-changing opportunities with structure, collaboration, and commitment.