Thu.Aug 30, 2018

GV’s Kate Aronowitz and Vanessa Cho on leading through design

Inside Intercom

When Kate Aronowitz and Vanessa Cho were in college in the ’90s, coursework didn’t even exist for their future careers. They had to make their own. Two decades later, these two women are blazing trails in design leadership.

Do Product Managers Need an MBA?

ProductCraft Debates

Many students went back to school this week, but most of them are not starting product management school. While there is a growing number of academic programs in product management, historically most PMs came from an engineering background. But, increasingly, we’re seeing a lot of product jobs requiring an MBA; and it makes sense, PMs are. The post Do Product Managers Need an MBA? appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo

7 Years of Amazing Product Talks

Mind the Product

For the past 7 years Mind the Product has run #mtpcon in London and San Francisco and #mtpengage in Hamburg – the biggest and best product management conferences in the world.

Pricing Is Poker, Not Chess

Pragmatic Marketing

In her book, “Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t have All the Facts,” Annie Duke started off with “Life is Poker, Not Chess.” Have you ever read a book that gave you a way of thinking that is just common sense, but you really needed someone to make it clear for you?

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Top 10 industries for monetizing data: Is yours one of them?

Find out which industries, use cases, and business applications are the best opportunities for data monetization. Understand what data is being monetized, who wants it, and why. Use data you already own to create new revenue sources. Download the eBook.

Video Bots: The future of sales automation

Inside Intercom

When customers visit your website or use your app, there’s an opportunity to engage and connect with them to increase their likelihood of taking a desired action.

Full Transcript: Kathryn Hume on the Product Love Podcast


This week on the Product Love podcast we revisit the episode with Kathryn Hume, the VP of Product and Strategy at Like most product leaders we’ve featured on the podcast, Kathryn’s journey to becoming a product manager is definitely an unusual one.