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SUNDAY REWIND: Sharpening your product craft as an internal product manager by Alison Hickson

Mind the Product

In this week’s Sunday Rewind Alison Hickson talks about the changes in her work when she moved from an external product management role to an internal one. Read more » The post SUNDAY REWIND: Sharpening your product craft as an internal product manager by Alison Hickson appeared first on Mind the Product.

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How to speak more confidently and persuasively | Matt Abrahams (professor, podcast host, author, speaker)

Lenny Rachitsky

Brought to you by: • Sprig —Build a product people love • Dovetail —Bring your customer into every decision • Coda —Meet the evolution of docs — Matt Abrahams is a renowned communication expert, with decades of teaching, coaching, and consulting experience. At Stanford University, he teaches a business school class on strategic communication.


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Sequencing the Solving of Problems

Tyner Blain

Most people and teams conflate prioritizing and sequencing of work. Prioritization is the process of deciding what is important to do, and sequencing is deciding what order to do it in. Shaping a product strategy involves both. First you decide which problems are important to solve. Then you decide which problems are important to solve first. Your product won’t spring into existence fully formed and ready to compete like Athena emerging fully armored from the head of Zeus.

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Dear Strategy 140: All Bets Are NOT Off

Dear Strategy

On this episode of Dear Strategy, Bob responds to the idea that “all bets are off” when you begin executing your strategy. If you’re interested in strategy training or coaching for your business, please visit us at Strategy Generation Company. The post Dear Strategy 140: All Bets Are NOT Off appeared first on Dear Strategy.

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Beyond the Basics of A/B Tests: Highly Innovative Experimentation Tactics You Need to Know

Speaker: Timothy Chan, PhD., Head of Data Science

Are you ready to move beyond the basics and take a deep dive into the cutting-edge techniques that are reshaping the landscape of experimentation? 🌐 From Sequential Testing to Multi-Armed Bandits, Switchback Experiments to Stratified Sampling, Timothy Chan, Data Science Lead, is here to unravel the mysteries of these powerful methodologies that are revolutionizing how we approach testing.

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UX Strategy: What is it and How to Create One

UX Planet

UX professionals often focus on mastering practical skills such as UI design, user research, and usability testing. While these skills are essential, for UX to influence at a higher level, UX professionals must also grow their strategic skills. That’s why UX strategy is a crucial skill any seasoned UX professional should master. What is UX strategy UX strategy is a plan of action that allows the organization to reach a higher state of user experience over a certain period of time.

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