Mon.Jul 19, 2021

The 5 essential things you need to know about personalization

AB Tasty

Discover the key points you need to know about crafting effective personalized experiences and tailoring your website and app to each individual user. This article was originally posted on AB Tasty as The 5 essential things you need to know about personalization

Why Do People Believe the ‘Social Media is Mind Control’ Myth?

Nir Eyal

The post Why Do People Believe the ‘Social Media is Mind Control’ Myth? appeared first on Nir and Far. Self Discipline

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Scaling product teams for fun and profit by Claire Vo

Mind the Product

Whether you’re going from 0 to 1, 2 to 10, or 50 to 100 it can be disorienting when your team size multiplies and product lines scale.

How To Define Customer Problems: Part 1 of 5 — Solving Problems

The Product Coalition

A five-part series on defining and solving product problems — Part 1 — Solving problems. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». issue-tree product assumptions problem-solving hypothesis-testing

How to Empower Your Users So You Can Create a Great Product

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman, Author and Consultant, for her session that will discuss why instead of designing for the users, CTOs and their teams should collaborate with empowered users to create a great product together.

344: State of product management performance in 2021 – with Greg Geracie

Product Innovation Educators

Learn what sets successful product management teams apart. Today we are talking about a recent study that gives us insights into what’s going on in product management and product management teams. For several years, our guest has conducted the Study of Product Team Performance.

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1,000 Experiments Club: A Conversation With Jonny Longden of Journey Further

AB Tasty

Is experimentation for everyone? A resounding yes, says Jonny Longden. All you need are two ingredients: A strong desire and tenacity to implement it. There’s a dangerous myth lurking around, and it’s the idea that you have to be a large organization to practice experimentation.

How To Define Customer Problems: Part 4 of 5 — Creating A Hypothesis

The Product Coalition

A five-part series on defining and solving product problems — Part 4- Creating a hypothesis. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». problem-solving hypothesis-testing issue-tree product assumptions

9 Must-Have Features To Look For In Customer Engagement Platforms (CEPs)

Userpilot

It is not enough to support your users only when they have issues with your product. You have to engage with them at various stages in their user journey for a great customer experience. In a PWC study , more than 54% of consumers in the U.S

How To Define Customer Problems: Part 5 of 5 — Testing Your Hypothesis

The Product Coalition

A five-part series on defining and solving product problems — Part 5- Testing your hypothesis. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». problem-solving issue-tree hypothesis-testing product assumptions

Address the Challenges of Siloed Monitoring Tools

Companies frequently experience monitoring tool sprawl. Find out why monitoring tool sprawl occurs, why it’s a problem for businesses, and the positive business impacts of monitoring tool consolidation.

Creating Equitable User Experience for Your Customers with Brittany Edwards

ProductPlan

Every individual has a unique way they perceive and interact with the world around them. Recent reports claim that diverse organizations outperform their competitors by 35%, according to a recent report by McKinsey & Company.

How To Define Customer Problems: Part 3 of 5 — Identifying Your Riskiest Assumptions

The Product Coalition

A five-part series on defining and solving product problems — Part 3- Identifying your riskiest assumptions. Continue reading on Product Coalition ». product problem-solving hypothesis-testing assumptions issue-tree

Freezer Product Managers Become Popular Because Of Covid-19 Vaccines

The Accidental Product Manager

It turns out that Covid-19 vaccines need to be kept cold Image Credit: proteinbiochemist. The life of a freezer product manager is generally fairly boring.

Feature Adoption 101: What Is It And How To Increase It

Userpilot

Remember when almost all social networks started adopting the stories feature into their product? LinkedIn initially had everyone confused, then Twitter with Fleets. See how now when you open any of those platforms, you see several blue rings at the top of your screen?

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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.

Sparking conversations: How every team can benefit from conversational support

Intercom

It’s clearer than ever that customers (and businesses) prefer conversational support. It’s quick, efficient, and personal, meaning that customers can get the answers they need, where and when they need them.