Sun.Sep 18, 2022

SUNDAY REWIND: Applying product principles to guide better product decisions

Mind the Product

This week’s Sunday Rewind takes us back to a post from Nir Gazit on how to use product principles as a framework for decision making at all levels of an organisation. Nir takes us through his advice for writing product principles with a list of dos and don’ts, together with examples.

How “My First Sony” Created True Brand Loyalty

The Product Coalition

A story about how Sony products established great customer experiences.

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Case Study: How ReadyTech Use Product-Led In The Workforce Sector

BrainMates

Case Study: How ReadyTech Use. Product-Led In The Workforce Sector. By ADRIENNE TAN. When you think about the workforce sector you might not immediately see how product fits into the equation.

Feature Prioritization: Apply the Highest Counter-Value (HCF) First!

The Product Coalition

You can’t expect to be able to prioritize topics only by intuition and experience. Whether we talk about stories, epics, themes or complete initiatives, there is a big value in finding out what is the value you get from the investment. To ensure successful prioritization?—?there

Product Market Fit: A Lesson from Sephora’s Head of Product

Speaker: Sneha Narahalli - VP, Head of Product at Sephora

In this webinar, Sneha Narahalli, Head of Product at Sephora (Digital, Data & MarTech), will give you an iterative method for identifying and developing Product Market Fit.

Product-Led vs Customer-Led? It’s About Balance

BrainMates

Product-Led vs Customer-Led? It's About Balance. By JANA PAULECH. It’s no secret that at Brainmates we see product management as the engine of growth in every organisation.

Product-Led Organisations Redefine Research

BrainMates

Product-Led Organisations Redefine Research. By ANDI MASTROSAVAS. Customer research, performed continuously in product-led organisations, is used to identify pain points, uncover problems worth solving, and validate assumptions.