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Elevate Your Service Blueprint: Integrate Business Processes to Achieve Maximum Impact

The Product Coalition

Business processes are intrinsic to the successful delivery of a good or service and ultimately, the satisfaction and retention of the… Continue reading on Product Coalition »

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5 Productivity Myths Ruining Your Life

Nir Eyal

Every time I hear a productivity myth described as fact, I cringe as if listening to a snake oil salesman peddle his cures. Let me tell you, when I was writing my second book, Indistractable, I endlessly researched productivity and time management. I tried a lot of recommended methods and techniques myself. Some of them can be so incredibly helpful in controlling your attention and managing your time.

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Product Development Process: A Breakdown for Aspiring Product Managers

The Product Coalition

Let’s take a look at what product development is and what are its stages. Product Development is the process of conceptualizing, designing, developing, testing and launching a new product or service. It involves a set of activities that are performed to bring a new product or service to the market. The process starts with an idea and ends with launching the product in the market.

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20 Product Survey Questions to Ask Users for Gaining Valuable Insights

Userpilot

Any savvy SaaS owner or product manager should have a roster of product survey questions to draw from when gathering valuable data. In this article, we’re going to set you up for success with a whopping 20 ideas to draw from and use in your own SaaS. What better way to gather customer feedback ? Well, let’s get started: we’ve got lots to cover.

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The Best Product Strategy Is a Customer-Facing Portfolio Strategy

Speaker: John Mansour - President, Product Management University

You know that sinking feeling. You’ve come up with a winning product strategy, everyone’s on board and energized, and you’re halfway down the path to execution only to have it submarined by something someone convinced your leadership was more strategic! It’s a scenario that’s all too familiar and it exemplifies one of the biggest struggles with individual product strategies.

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Focus Time Is Not Impossible to Find: How Product Managers Can Increase Productivity

The Product Coalition

Staying productive can be challenging for those who are navigating through ambiguity. Here are ways to push back against distractions.

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Report Design: How To Gather Requirements and Optimize Data Quality, According to Justin Norris

The Product Coalition

Marketing leader, Justin Norris shares recommendations for how to produce valuable reporting for stakeholders. By Tremis Skeete , for Product Coalition How do you know when a digital product is “done?” Product development teams ask this question, not because we want to end the work. We ask because, we want to define what “done” can look like for a given project timeline — while knowing we will continue work, add or change capabilities, and improve upon the product in the future.

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Pay-TV Product Managers Struggle With Changing Times

The Accidental Product Manager

Pay-TV product managers are losing customers Image Credit: Mike MacKenzie So here’s a question for you. When you go home at night and want to relax, what do you do? Most people plop down and click on the television. Now this is where things start to get interesting: who provides you with your television signal. Sure, you could pull four or five channels off the air using an antenna, but if you want the really good stuff you need to subscribe to a provider.

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Women’s History Month

Business of Software Conference

Throughout March we are sharing some of the brightest and best talks from BoS to celebrate the wonderful women we have welcomed on stage. Dame Stephanie Shirley In 1939 Dame Stephanie Shirley came to England aged 6 as an unaccompanied child refugee on the Kindertransport. In 1962, she started Freelance Programmers, pioneering new work practices, especially in hi-tech.

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How to Hire Dedicated Development Teams: Your In-Depth Guide

TurnKey Labs

One of the only good things about Covid is that it opened our collective eyes to how successful companies can continue to be even when staff doesn’t sit together in an office.

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The New GTM Playbook: 18 Ways to Future-Proof Your Sales Team

Longer sales cycles. Increasingly discerning buyers. More meetings. Intensifying competition. Economic uncertainty. Go-to-market teams of every size, in every industry, are grappling with these challenges firsthand. Thankfully, there’s an answer. We’ve developed an entirely new way for GTM leaders to identify and execute proven, data-driven strategies that drive revenue.

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[CASE STUDY] ‘Significant delinquent churn reduction’ and 25% fewer support chat requests – how Osano uses Userpilot to push for more upgrades and Product-Led Growth

Userpilot

Arlo Gilbert, the founder and CEO of Osano , an easy-to-use data privacy platform, initially signed up to Userpilot to build their new user onboarding. But it wasn’t long before he realized Userpilot could play a bigger role for their product team. Userpilot empowered Osano's product team to build various components in their app, such as upgrade screens, to fight delinquent churn and push for expansion revenue faster.

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Silicon Valley Bank – Imagine It Was Just a Dream

Business of Software Conference

Wake Up. And Breathe… Silicon Valley Bank – Imagine It Was Just a Dream The last few days have been some of the most traumatic ever for many in the SaaS and software ecosystem. The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), would undoubtedly been a near extinction event for growth stage software companies across the world. They had become a very significant player in the global tech banking ecosystem and the potential disaster of a very large proportion of software companies not being ab

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Facing Tech Budget Cuts? Get Our CIO’s Secrets to Managing the Madness

Gainsight

Whenever the economic landscape starts feeling shaky, companies—SaaS and otherwise—rush to tighten their belts and slash spend. Today we find ourselves in a very similar place to The Great Recession in 2008–09 where efficiency is now the focus: How can we do more with less ? That means the recent era of rubber-stamped “APPROVED” on requests to bulk up a company’s tech stack are over—for now.

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How to start building mental health apps

UX Studio

I have been learning about self-awareness and the importance of mental health over the past 10 years, but I hardly used mobile apps or such to support my mental state. The human soul has always been an interesting topic for me and I was curious about what kind of products are available in the digital world for those dealing with mental health issues.

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The Product Symphony: Orchestrating Success with Storymapping

Speaker: Jamie Bernard - Senior Product Director at Launch by NTT Data

In today’s dynamic business landscape, successful product management hinges on a keen understanding of customer needs and market dynamics. Storymapping emerges as an invaluable pre-investment tool, enabling smarter decision-making, more accurate resource allocation, and enhanced scope control. It serves as a catalyst to better align your entire organization, setting the stage for impactful, customer-centric product management.